PANASONIC HC-X1000E 4K ULTRA HD
Panasonic HC-X1000E (HCX1000E) 4K Ultra HD Camcorder with 1/2.3-type MOS Sensor and 20x Zoom Leica Dicomar Lens
The HC-X1000 is a full-fledged 4K camcorder supporting various recording formats, like 4K/Cinmea 4K/Full-HD, frame rates including 60p/50p/24p and a host of professional functions. Its 4K resolution produces stunning, lifelike images, and its compact body adds agile mobility. Idea for professionals shooting documentaries and events.
Incredible 4K images quality is achieved at 60p/50p. Using 60p/50p the video frame has double the information compared to 30p/25p, meaning smoother motion.
Versatile recording formats and bit rates prepare HC-X1000 for use in a wide range of applications. The AVCHD recording format is joined by MOV and MP4 for quick and easy editing. Full-HD recording employs all-intra compression for a maximum bit rate of 200Mbpa. This brings outstanding quality to image production. Works with Final Cut Pro X.
Leica Dicomar Lens
In addition to rendering crisp images, this remarkable lens produces the subtle nuances and shading that Leica lenses are renowned for.
1/23" BSI Sensor
Increasing the readout speed of this sensor has made it possible to handle large-volume 4K data at a fast 60fps/50fps.
Crystal Engine Pro 4K
This high-speed LSI processes the massive volume of 4K data quickly and accurately while reducing noise.
4K Video Recording
With four times the resolution of Full-HD, the HC-X1000 records in 4K (3840x2160) and Cinema 4K (4096x2160) formats. This delivers true-to-life images for a wide variety of shooting situations, in extemely high detail.
Background Recording (Ful-HD Only)
One SD card can be set in Slot 2 to record continuously, and another SD card can be set in Slot 1 to record necessary scenes by turning REC on and off. This prevents important scenes from being missed when REC is turned off.
When the first card reaches full capacity, the system automatically and seamolessly switched to the second card.
Two SD card slots allo to record data at the same time onto both SD cards, so you dont have to worry about losing data.
*Note the voice is interrupted for approximately one second during device switching.
ND Filters are built into the lens to suppress the amount of incident light. The filters can be selected (1/4, 1/16, 1/64 or OFF) to match the shooting environment. This is convenient, for example, when you want to shoot at a slow shutter speed in bright daylight. Also, when opening the aperture, you can attain high resolution and a shallow depth of field.
0 Lux Night Mode
Infrared rays and IR-LED lighting let you shoot in he dark (0 lux). You can shoot clear images even when observing animals at night.
Focus Peaking/Focus Expand
Focus Peaking is displayed in a selectable colour for easy manual focusing, and focus expand increases magnification up to 10x with multi-function dial control. Use them together to check the focus at a glance.
Area Mode Function
You can choose the focus area by touching any part of the screen. AE/AF operation continues at the selected position.
Displays a graph with brightness indicated on the horizontal axis and the number of pixels expressing that brightness level on the vertical axis. More precise exposure adjustment can be made viewing the histogram.
A striped pattern appears over excessively bright areas in the viewfinder and LCD, warning you to adjust lighting or exposure.
Colour Bar Monitor
The built-in colour bar monitor enables you to control the colour accuracy. For editing reference, the bar can be included in the recording.
Picture adjustment is possible in many ways - contrast, chroma level, exposure, sharpness etc. This creates natural colouring delicate nuances.
|Image Sensor||1/2.3-type MOS Sensor (For Europe)|
|Total Pixels||18.91 megapixels|
|Effective Pixels (Motion Image)||8.85 megapixels [17:9], 8.29 megapixels [16:9]|
|Effective Pixels (Still Image)||8.85 megapixels [17:9], 8.29 megapixels [16:9]|
|Standard Illumination||1400 lx|
|Minimum Illumination||4 lx (Super Gain 30dB, Shutter 1/30)|
|Focus||Auto / Manual|
|Intelligent Zoom OFF||20x|
|Intelligent Zoom ON||40x*|
|Digital Zoom||2x / 5x / 10x|
|White Balance||Auto / 3200K / 5600K / VAR (2400K—9900K) / Ach Fixed / Bch Fixed|
|Motion Image||60p / 60i / 30p: 1/8 — 1/8000/50p / 50i : 1/6 — 1/8000/25p: 1/6 — 1/8000/24p: 1/6 — 1/8000|
|Iris||Auto / Manual|
|ND Filter||1/4, 1/16, 1/64, OFF|
|Image Stabilizer||C4K/4K: POWER O.I.S./Full-HD or lower: 5-axis HYBRID O.I.S.+ with Active Mode|
|F Value||F1.8 ― F3.6|
|Focal Length||4.08 ― 81.6 mm|
|35 mm Film Camera Equivalent (Motion Image)||29.5 ― 600 mm [17:9], 30.8 ― 626 mm [16:9]|
|35 mm Film Camera Equivalent (Still Image)||29.5 ― 600 mm [17:9], 30.8 ― 626 mm [16:9]|
|Filter Diameter||49 mm|
|Lens Brand||Leica Dicomar Lens|
|Recording Media||SDHC/SDXC Memory Card|
|Video Compression Method||MPEG-4 AVC/H.264|
|Recording Format||MOV (LPCM) / MP4 (LPCM) / MP4/AVCHD: AVCHD Progressive|
|System Frequency||59.94Hz / 50.00Hz|
|Thumbnail Display||20 thumbnails/page, 9 thumbnails/page, 1 thumbnail/page|
|STILL IMAGE SECTION|
|Recording Format||JPEG (DCF/Exif2.2)|
|Recording Image Size|
|Still Image||[17:9] 8.8megapixels (4096 x 2160)/[16:9] 8.3megapixels (3840 x 2160), 2.1 megapixels (1920 x 1080)|
|Power Supply||7.2V (Battery) / 12V (AC Adaptor)|
|Power Consumption||15.4W (LCD Monitor) / 14.3W (Viewfinder)|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||Approx. 160 x 170 x 315 mm (6.3 x 6.69 x 12.4 inch)|
|Weight (w/o battery and SD card)||Approx. 1550g (3.42 lb)|
|LCD Monitor||8.83 cm (3.5") Wide LCD monitor (1,152,000 dots)|
|View Finder||1.15 cm (0.45") Wide EVF (1,226,880 dots)|
|Manual Ring||Focus / Zoom / Iris|
|USB||Micro-B: USB 3.0 SuperSpeed/Type A: USB 3.0 SuperSpeed, Host (for USB HDD**), Bus Power Supply|
|AC Cable||Yes (2 Cables)|
|Rechargeable Battery Pack||Yes (5,800mAh)|
|HDMI Cable||Yes (High Speed HDMI Cable)|
|NOTE||* For recording formats with 1920 x 1080 resolution or lower.|
|NOTE||** USB hard disks with a capacity of 32 GB or less, or more than 2 TB, cannot be used.|
|NOTE||Specifications are subject to change without notice.|