P2 Studio Package | P2Studio
Camcorder Studio System
Designed for applications where the camera is used on-shoulder; the P2 Studio package expands on the basic camcorder studio package — including the compact digital Base Station (AG-BS300); a lightweight camera adapter (AG-CA300G); and an Extension Control Unit (AG-EC4G) – by adding an AG-YA500G viewfinder interface box. With the YA500G; users can display return video and tally in the ENG viewfinder.
The AG-BS300 digital base station; which features two HD/SD SDI outputs and a composite video output; connects with the AG-CA300G camera adapter via optional studio cables; available in 100-meter (approx. 328 ft.); 50-meter (approx 164 ft.); and 25-meter (approx 82 ft.) lengths. The AG-EC4G extension control unit provides remote control of the base station and be used remotely or attached directly the camera. It comes standard with a 10-meter (approx. 32 ft.) cable; and can be extended up to 50 meters (approx. 164 ft.) with optional cables.
• Flexible camcorder studio system for applications that require tally indication and return in the ENG viewfinder (e.g. shooting on-shoulder)
• Viewfinder interface box compatible with Panasonic AJ-CVF100G; AJ-HVF21G; AJ-VF20WB and AJ-VF15B viewfinder models (NOT for use with the AG-HPX300 camcorder's viewfinder)
• AG-EC4G Extension control unit offers control of gain up/down; output camera/bar selection (linked to auto knee); white balance A/B/Preset selection; AWB/ABB execution; shutter SS/Fix/Off selection and speed setting; iris auto/manual selection and adjustment; master pedestal; painting; camera menu settings; recorder operation (Rec/Play/FF/Rew/Rec check) and programmable user buttons
• Lightweight camera adapter mounts directly on back of camcorder with two short interconnections for added flexibility
• Optional accessories include the 300LenReturn cable; which enables access to return video for framing shots; a range of studio cables; shelf rack kit and rack unit
• Optional battery plate required when using local battery sources (Anton Bauer; IDX; etc.)