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Header image for article A Tour of the Panasonic VariCam 35 & HS

A Tour of the Panasonic VariCam 35 & HS

With the new Panasonic VariCam 35 and VariCam HS cameras now shipping, I'm excited to give you a full tour of the camera system and its features.

My first video, above, is an in-depth look at the cameras' external controls, including a demonstration of how to separate the body and the head.

In the second video, below, I walk through the menu system and the recording options of the cameras, highlighting the many great features, including main and sub recordings, LUTs and frame rates.

Interested in learning even more about the new VariCams? Make sure to check out the upcoming dates for our NY and LA VariCam Intensive classes!

Andy Shipsides

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