NEWARK, N.J.—Panasonic is letting users of its AU-EVA1 5.7K compact camera study up on all of its features with a new series of educational videos. All nine of the videos are currently available on YouTube.
The AU-EVA1 5.7K is a handheld camera with a pixel count of 5720×3016; dual native ISO ratings of 800 and 2,500; and 14-stops of dynamic range. The camera’s sensor is Super-35 sized with 5.7K resolution. The camera can be mounted on a drone, gimbal rig or jib arm.
Here is the list of videos and what they cover:
– “EVA1 5.7K Sensor”—What it means for the image
– “EVA1 Modularity”—How the camera’s modular design is useful for shooting
– “EVA1 Focus Aides”—How the camera’s Focus Aides interact to support user’s preference
– “EVA1 Video Routing”—How to adjust the camera’s multiple video outputs
– “EVA1 Wi-Fi Remote”—How to remotely control the camera’s menu functions with an iOS or Android device
– “EVA1 Image Stabilzation”—Learn about the multiple forms of image stabilization supported
– “EVA1 Dual Native ISO”—Explains the camera’s 800/2500 dual native ISO functionality
– “EVA1 Media”—Learn about recording onto SXDC cards
– “EVA1 Menus”—Offering multiple paths to control and interface with the camera
Watch the Panasonic videos here.