Panasonic is out in full pressure on the Gitex Know-how Week 2017 with a slew of merchandise designed to excite enterprise customers. A number of the merchandise embody a modern stadium mapping projector, the corporate’s new rugged sequence of laptops and tablets, and a high-end cinema digicam with 4K/60fps functionality.
AU-EVA 1 digicam
An everyday consumer may acknowledge Panasonic for its level and shoot cameras, however the tech big has been commonly releasing high-end cameras geared toward filmmakers. The AU-EVA 1 is their new compact cinema digicam that incorporates a Tremendous35 sized sensor, improved low-light efficiency and twin native ISO settings. The digicam seize 4K/10-bit photographs, and data movies at 4K/60fps or 2K/240fps. It’s also just one.2kg making it an excellent resolution for handheld shoots for brief movies, documentaries and extra.
New Toughbooks and ToughPads
On show can be the corporate’s new lineup of Toughbook laptops, specifically the CF-20, CF-54, and the CF33, which comes with a removable display, and the brand new FZ-series of ToughPad tablets. The units are designed to face up to drops, spills, mud and dirt whereas sustaining optimum efficiency within the harshest environments.
Stadium Mapping Projectors
Engineered for a marathon efficiency, Panasonic’s new PT-RZ970 projector might be deployed on precise stadiums to create high-quality and immersive projections on the sphere.
The projector’s prowess is showcased at GITEX utilizing a miniature set of Japan’s Suita Soccer stadium demonstrating the Panasonic-produced and directed ‘Osaka Derby Projection Evening’. The PT-RZ970 makes use of SOLID Shine laser with DLP projection to create a balanced picture high quality, and options 360-degree rotation and 20,000-hour upkeep free endurance.
Dome Mapping with fisheye lens
Panasonic’s new fisheye lens is designed to create reasonable projections on dome theaters, planetariums, theme parks and occasions. The lens works with any Panasonic Three-Chip DLP Projector, and options 183 diploma viewing angle, 4K+ decision projection, large lens shift, and surrounding focus correction when projecting from quick distances.