As Panasonic has introduced and expanded its suite of 3D production tools, we’ve recognized the critical importance and challenge of educating filmmakers and film students in the contemporary art of stereography. To further that effort, the company recently served a presenter of the inaugural DIRECTV n3D Film Invitational.
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Yesterday R&D Magazine announced their R&D 100 Award Winners, which included the Panasonic AG-3DA1 full 3D HD camcorder. The R&D 100 Awards are widely recognized as the “Oscars of Innovation,” so we were thrilled to learn about the 3DA1’s inclusion.
You may recall a blog back in December of 2010 about WealthTV, a luxury lifestyle and entertainment cable TV network and a Panasonic AG-3DA1 customer. We mentioned some of WealthTV’s exciting plans to shoot beautiful destinations like Cannes and Ibiza in 3D.
Since then, WealthTV has significantly expanded the scope of its 3D production. Over the last 18 months, the network has dispatched 3D crews to the most desirable destinations around the world, building up an extensive 3D series library.
Panasonic’s leading innovative technologies are being used extensively in the production at Roland Garros, including the company’s latest 3D camcorder, the upcoming AG-3DP1, which is being used for the first time for live broadcasting. Additional 3D solutions include the AG-3DA1 camcorder, a side-by-side rig with two AK-HC1800 box cameras, six AV-HS450N Multi-format live switchers, the P2 Mobile- Portable Recorder/Player, and BT-3DL2550 and BT-LH910 3D production monitors.
The Oceanic Preservation Society, known for its 2009 Academy Award-winning documentary The Cove, is a non-profit organization using the media to inform people of oceanic catastrophes and to engage their interest in helping to save the ocean. But capturing footage in an environment like the ocean takes equipment that is lightweight, portable, easy to use …