LUMIX’s first box-style camera
As its name suggests, the DC-BGH1 inherited the technologies incorporated in the LUMIX GH Series. To give greater freedom to video production, the DC-BGH1 adopted a box-style design. The compact body was equipped with a wealth of input and output interfaces such as BNC and LAN terminals. The LAN terminal enabled the use of a PC for multiple control of up to 12 units using and received power supply from PoE+ compatible equipment. Since the DC-BGH1 was customizable to suit each shooting site, it allowed flexible use in a diversity of recording situations such as multi-camera recording sites, in addition to ordinary production styles using tripods and gimbals.