Leeds Media Services has recently invested in new hardware and software as part of an ongoing to commitment to offer the very latest high definition video production services.
Two new video cameras have been purchased both offering different capabilities to cover every type of video production. Investment has also been made in the acquisition of three new radio microphones offering huge flexibility when filming events and filming on location. The main edit suite has also been upgraded to use Adobe’s Creative Cloud software suite.
The new cameras is detail:
The imaging area of the new camera recorder is almost the same as that of 35mm cinema film and enables an exquisite film-like shallow depth of field. The short flange back distance of the Micro Four Thirds Mount allows the use of a wide range of lenses, including cinema lenses. In the AG-AF100 series, Panasonic has brought shallow depth of field control to a professional AVCCAM camera recorder. The AG-AF101 offers a new level of HD motion image quality with extended recording time, the variable frame rate function, and the operating system and system interfaces designed natively for video production.
The PXW-X160 three 1/3-inch type Exmor™ CMOS sensors camcorder records Full HD XAVC Intra and XAVC Long GOP, as well as MPEG HD 422 50 Mbps MPEG HD 420 35 Mbps, AVCHD and DV, making it ideal for a wide range of applications from education/videography to broadcast. As the successor of HVR-Z7 and HXR-NX5, the PXW-X160 has a lot of attractive features, including dual SxS memory card slots, a G Series fixed 25x HD zoom lens with 26mm wide angle and variable ND filter, that provides four conventional mechanical 4 ND filter positions or a linear switch dial for more control in changing light conditions.