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Panasonic LUMIX BGH1 Camera Gets Netflix Approval

Dec 15, 2020

Panasonic’s Lumix BGH1 4K Cinema Box camera has been approved as a Netflix primary camera, in addition to Lumix S1H that was approved last year.

The small and lightweight BGH1 offers Dual Native ISO, C4K 60p 10-bit recording, 13 stops of dynamic range with V-LogL in an easy to deploy box-style form factor. It provides low-light performance using a high sensitivity, 10.2MP Live MOS Micro Four Thirds sensor, with the with Dual Native ISO technology to help minimise noise.

It supports Anamorphic recording, Genlock IN/Timecode IN/OUT and unlimited recording on all settings. Control of multiple BGH1 cameras can be done remotely via Ethernet with the Lumix Tether App whilst supplying power via PoE+. Control both by the app and with SDK is also available via USB-C.

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