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  • The advantages of a large 4/3-inch imager The AF100's 4/3-inch sensor affords a shallow depth of field and an angle of view similar to that of 35mm movie cameras and also affords the full range of cinematic requisites.
  • Built-in optical neutral density filters ND filters are a tremendous time-saver and essential for outdoor shooting, while maintaining shallow depth of field. A dedicated dial allows you to make adjustments in 2 stops, 4 stops and 6 stops, at 1/4, 1/16, 1/64, increments.
  • Variable frame rates for fast-motion or slow-mo work Featuring high-resolution Variable Frame Rates in1080p in 20 steps, from 12-60 frames including popular rates like 22 and 48 frames. Variable frame rates are available in 24p, 30p and 25p in 1080p. Depending on whether the camera is operated in 60Hz or 50Hz, the frame rate will be up to 60p or 50p.
  • Use virtually any lens Equipped with an interchangeable lens micro 4/3" mount, the AF100 has the ability to use virtually any professional quality lens with the addition of an easily obtainable adapter. You can use low-cost still camera lenses, as well as film-style lenses with fixed focal lengths, prime lenses and zoom lenses.
  • Full Range of cinematic controls It's equipped with the full range of image controls to impact the look of the recording, like pedestal, color temperature and phase, as well as detail coring and skin tone detail. A cinematographer needs tools to make critical judgment on exposure and focus; to this end, the camera supplies a spotmeter, adjustable zebras, a vectorscope and waveform monitor, and focus on red peaking with a fast-acting focus bar for quick verification of spot on focus.

Shoot It. Share It. Winners Announced!
Panasonic has announced the winners of the Shoot It. Share It. video contest. The Grand Prize was awarded to Graham Streeter in the category of Music Video for his video of "This Guy's In Love with You," featuring six-time Grammy-nominated jazz saxophonist Dave Koz. You can see all the winners here.