The following video presents EVA1 Codecs & RAW | Panasonic:
“Filmmaker Barry Green, author of “A Guide to the Panasonic AU-EVA1 Camera”, shows you the different EVA1 formats and explains the differences between ALL-I and Long GOP codecs, 10-bit 4:2:2 vs. 8-bit 4:2:0, and more.“
Panasonic just announced a firmware upgrade to the Panasonic AU-EVA1 compact cinema camera.
- Panasonic’s firmware update Ver. 2.52 (Aug. 30, 2018) for the Panasonic AU-EVA1 series (Models AU-EVA1P, AU-EVA1PJ, AU-EVA1EJ, AU-EVA1EN, AU-EVA1ED, AU-EVA1AN) compact cinema camera.
This firmware provides the following new improvement:
The firmware is improved so that the “CHECK CARD” warning is displayed if there is a difference between the information detected in the card slot and the information inside the SD card when it is inserted in the slot, and the recording won’t be started in error.
When a UHS-II SD card is inserted in the card slot, it may not be correctly detected as UHS-II on occasions (= pushing it for more than one second, etc.). In this case, it is detected as a card with a write speed of less than 400Mbps.
So, if the format is set to 4K/UHD 422 All-I 400M and the recording is started, an error will occur in a few minutes and the recording will stop. To address this problem, the specification has been improved as described above.
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The following video presents EVA1 Hands On Series: Modularity | Panasonic:
“EVA1 is designed to be used in a variety of shooting situations. It is modular and has a great flexibility. The digital cinema camera can even shed all accessories for remote operations.“
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