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Panasonic AG-AC90 Full-HD 3-MOS AVCCAM HD Handheld Camcorder – Professional HD Camcorder – Pro Camera – Pro Camcorder – High-Def Camcorder

Panasonic AG-AC90 Full-HD 3-MOS AVCCAM HD Handheld Camcorder – Professional HD Camcorder – Pro Camera – Pro Camcorder – High-Def Camcorder
Panasonic AG-AC90 Full-HD 3-MOS AVCCAM HD Handheld Camcorder – Professional HD Camcorder – Pro Camera – Pro Camcorder – High-Def Camcorder


Product Added : March 12th, 2013
Category : Camcorders

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Panasonic AG-AC90 Full-HD 3-MOS AVCCAM HD Handheld Camcorder – Professional HD Camcorder – Pro Camera – Pro Camcorder – High-Def Camcorder


Panasonic AG-AC90 Full-HD 3-MOS AVCCAM HD Handheld Camcorder - Professional HD Camcorder - Pro Camera - Pro Camcorder - High-Def Camcorder

The Panasonic AG-AC90 AVCCAM Handheld Camcorder features 1/4.7″ 3MOS sensors, with 2.19MP each, to capture Full HD 1920×1080 resolution video. Variable frame rates record HD video at 60p, 60i, 30p, and 24p. The camera’s fixed lens has a 12x zoom ratio, up to f/1.5 brightness, a 35mm equivalent of 29.8-357.6mm and manual control rings for focus, zoom and iris. In addition, Nano Surface Coating works to reduce ghosting and flare.

The AG-AC90 has two SD card slots for expanded memory or simultaneous recording to both cards for an instant back-up. A five-axis image stabilizer improves stabilization for handheld shooting, and 4x pixel shifting technology helps to create a sharper image. An Intelligent 25x digital zoom function makes automatic adjustments of edge, gradation and detail.

Professional AVCCAM HD recording modes include PS mode, which records 1080/60p at 28 Mbps. Additionally, PH mode averages 21-24 Mbps, and HA mode clocks in at approximately 17 Mbps. Finally,

  • Three 1/4.7″ Full HD 2.19MP MOS Sensors
  • Fixed Lens with f/1.5 and 12x Zoom Ratio
  • Native 1920×1080 60p, 60i, 30p and 24p
  • Nano Surface Lens Coating Reduces Flare
  • Dual SD Memory Card Slots
  • Five-Axis OIS Improves Handheld Shooting
  • Pixel Shifting Technology
  • AVCCAM HD Recording Modes
  • Intelligent 25x Digital Zoom Function
  • Two-Channel XLR Audio Inputs

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  1. 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Camcorder, Great Quality, November 30, 2012
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    This review is from: Panasonic AG-AC90 Full-HD 3-MOS AVCCAM HD Handheld Camcorder – Professional HD Camcorder – Pro Camera – Pro Camcorder – High-Def Camcorder (Camera)

    My school TV station (WHBS) bought this camera last week and it arrived a few days ago. I was the one to test this and here are my test notes. (Current camcorders are Canon GL1s and GL2s, and Ikegami HC-400Ws). We are going from DV tapes recording in 480i (30fps) to 1080p (30fps)

    The package came with the camera, a lens cover, 2 covers for the XLR jacks, a Mini-USB cable, a cable for component/composite, a neck strap, and stuff for a microphone mounting clamp.

    Exterior………………

    Build quality is solid. I’m not sure exactly sure what its made of (metal or plastic) but it doesn’t feel cheap. One thing that I like about this is that the handle at the top has grooves for the fingers so its very comfortable to hold. One gripe is that its very front heavy. The whole camera itself isn’t very heavy, but the front lens is heavier than the rear (even with the battery) so its not very stable when put down – it rests on the lens hood. Speaking of the battery, the battery is quite thick, but when it’s in the camera, its still inside the camera; it doesn’t protrude out, which was surprising, but welcome. (Extended battery will be possible). The lens has three rings for zoom, focus and iris, and I found them to be very responsive and smooth. It takes a little force (just enough that its hard to accidentally move the ring, but easy to turn when you want to). I also didn’t have problems with lagging with the rings. It’s there, but i didn’t find it to be noticeable unless I was looking for it. The only thing with the LCD is that while it slides into the handle, which is nice, when it comes out, the hinge of the LCD is very flimsy. We need to be gentle when taking it out.

    Records onto SD, SDHC or SDXC and there’s two slots, so you can either continuously record onto both with one being a backup, or continuously with one after another. The only thing is that when recording one after another, theres a small delay as the camera switches to record to the other card. They should have put in some RAM to avoid that pause.

    The LCD screen is crisp, and the color balancing is pretty good. Not perfect, but the menus to manually change color balancing are fantastic. Also, the screen is a touchscreen, so its easy to select options since the buttons are big and easy to tap.

    It has a built in 5.1 condenser mic (which actually isn’t bad-it’s pretty good, just not very strong with low bass – It was able to pick up the pep band pretty well from across the high school gym with a good-sized crowd making noise) but the part that we really like is the 2 XLR inputs. The GLs needed their own boot to get the XLR for interviews and such so it was a major pain since the old boot doesn’t make a good connection. Since this is built in, we shouldn’t have that problem. It has switches which are covered with a plastic flap, which is nice, It has switches to use one channel XLR with one channel condenser, 2 channels of one XLR, 1 channel of each XLR, or 2 channels stereo condenser, and there’s probably more. The cameras also can output +48V phantom power. Only thing we discovered was that while recording, you can’t switch audio sources: I started recording from the condenser, but when I wen’t to switch over to the XLRs without stopping, it still recorded the audio from the condenser. I had to stop and restart recording before it recorded the XLRs.

    It has a headphone jack, remote jacks (which doesn’t work with the remotes we have? I’ll have to look into that), HDMI, Mini-USB and a proprietary(?) port which breaks up into component and composite. If only they had SDI…

    The battery lasts about 7 hours on a full charge, and takes about 8 to fully recharge. One bad thing is that you can’t use the battery while using the AC adapter.

    Test Shots……….

    I set his up with a side by side tripod with the AC90 on one (in 1080p, 30p-what we’d be shooting in), and the GL2 on the other (480i, 30i-what we used to shoot in), and the Ikegamis (also 480i, 30i) where appropriate.

    In all cases tested, the AC90 was superbly better than the old cameras. Colors were more accurate, it was very close to being white balanced automatically, and it was more vibrant. The old stuff was a lot more dull. We tested it in indoor fluorescent lighting, in the studio with halogen lighting, in the auditorium, with house lights off and stage lights on, in the high school gymnasium, and out in the football field from the press box. In the gym and the field, I has someone go down and run around to compare how it focuses and if the camera could zoom adequately. It could. While the GL2 has a slightly closer zoom, the AC90 has so many more pixels that using digital zoom would still be better than the GL2.

    We also tested all the cameras in the PAC with only a few lights (from the computer, the cracks in the doorway, etc) and the AC90 did better than even the…

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  2. 0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Buyer beware Grey Market Camera, February 25, 2013
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    Camera looks great but it’s immediately being sent back.
    Just a word of caution: Big VALUE Inc and Electronics Basket is selling grey market Canadian versions of this product. If you live in the US that means you don’t get Panasonic’s warranty with this purchase or Berry Green’s guide book (worth $100).

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  3. 1 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Panasonic revolution began, November 27, 2012
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    I must say first of all that I have not bought yet and I’ve only worked with her at work, the experience will be amazing for any lover of the image, the facilities that gives the cameraman joined the many possibilities you have, – while mention the affordable price – in my opinion makes it one of the best options in the market, this promise will be one of the chambers of this company to mark the revolution of the picture, please be acute to read their chances for them to exploit the full potential of this beautiful instrument. I wish I could collect only enough to buy it and become part of the family Panasonic.

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