The HC-VX1 4K Camcorder from Panasonic employs an f/1.8-f/4 24x Leica Dicomar zoom, and a back-illuminated 1/2.5" MOS sensor for optimal imaging, even at lower light levels. The HC-VX1 captures 4K video up to 30 fps, Full HD video at rates up to 1080p60, and up to 26MP still photos. A wireless Multi-Camera feature enables you to record up to three camera angles at once, using one or two smartphones as your additional cameras. The HC-VX1's 24x optical zoom lens features a 25 to 600mm 35mm-equivalent focal length, and a 32x Intelligent Zoom in 4K, expanding to 48x in HD. For steadier handheld shooting, the HC-VX1 features three optical stabilizer technologies, including Panasonic's Hybrid OIS+, Ball OIS, and Adaptive OIS. An Active Contrast feature smooths out gradations in high-contrast scenes, and an HDR Movie mode provides a wider dynamic range for more lifelike reproductions. Additional HC-VX1 features include integrated Wi-Fi, a 3" touchscreen LCD display, SD/SDHC/SDXC recording, and multiple creative effects modes. The Panasonic HC-VX1 features an integrated 5.1-channel, wind-shielded zooming microphone for optimal audio capture.
4K and Full 1080p HD Recording
Captures 4K video up to 30 fps, Full HD video at rates up to 1080p60, and up to 26MP still photos. In-camera audio is recorded using a 5.1-channel, wind-shielded zooming microphone.
24x Optical Zoom&1/2.5" BSI MOS Sensor
A Leica Dicomar 24x optical zoom lens (25 to 600mm 35mm-equivalent focal length), and a large 1/2.5" BSI MOS sensor provide impressive image capture, even in low light. With Intelligent Zoom, a 32x zoom is offered in 4K, and a 48x range in Full HD.
Triple Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) Systems
Three OIS technologies: 5-Axis Hybrid OIS Plus, Ball OIS, and Adaptive OIS work together, providing impressive stability in various shooting situations.
Wireless Multi-Camera Capture
Record up to three camera angles simultaneously, using one or two smartphones as your additional cameras.
Active Contrast&HDR Movie Modes
The Active Contrast feature smooths out gradations in high-contrast scenes, and an HDR Movie mode provides a wider dynamic range for more lifelike imagery.