IBC: Panasonic demonstrates its live and studio AV solutions

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Panasonic has announced a number of collaborations at IBC 2017 that help move it beyond hardware in to multi-technology, connected solutions. Building on its remote camera and Studio Camera products, the company has collaborated with industry partners to create robotic systems, new protocols and tracking systems.

 

It announced a new development collaboration with Vislink and Videosys, which will see the first compatible wireless modules for its studio camera range.


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