Panasonic

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WX970

Twice the Fun, Four Times the Beauty

Capture family memories in stunning 4K videos, and increase the fun with Picture-in-Picture images by using Twin Camera. Also, let the world’s first HDR (High Dynamic Range) Movies technology give you great shots even with backlighting.

Panasonic VX970
 
 
4K Video Recording with 4K Photo Mode
LEICA Lens / 8M BSI Sensor / Crystal Engine 4K
Twin Camera / Wireless Twin Camera
Picture-in-picture twin camera recording
HDR (High Dynamic Range) Movie
Clear detail in both bright and dark areas

Overview

Record 4K picture-in-picture video with the Panasonic HC-WX970 4K Ultra-HD Camcorder. This camcorder can capture video at 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution at 30 frames-per-second, four times the resolution of full-HD video. With that resolution, you can us the 4K Photo Mode to extract individual frames from your videos and create high-quality photographs. Panasonic's CrystalEngine 4K chipset reduces rolling shutter artifacts from the sensor by increasing readout speed. When stepping down to full HD resolution, the CrystalEngine 4K can record slow-motion video at up to 120 frames-per-second, with frame interpolation it can slow the video even further by emulating a 240 fps recording.

Through their lens design partnership with Leica, Panasonic incorporated a Leica Dicomar 20x optical zoom lens with four separate optical groups and a maximum aperture of f/1.8. To keep excessive image vibration to a minimum, for steadier handheld shooting, the HC-WX970K features Panasonic's HYBRID O.I.S.+, which combines optical and digital image stabilization to provide 5-axis correction. Adjustable settings allow you to find a stabilization mode most appropriate for the kind of shooting you are doing. From OFF for tripod work, to Normal for regular handheld work, all the way up to Strong for those times when things really get shaky.

 
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The photography and videography has come a long way. Thanks to camera technology and great editing tools, people are now able to create photos like never before. But it doesn't stop here. With the most recent innovations in technology, the photo and video industry are now moving towards 4K.