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I could see shooting a variety of projects with this camera

Consumer Electronics Net
18 May 2013
  • Excerpt: Panasonic has a new camera, the AG-HPX255. Let's take a look at their new hand-held P2 camera offering, as well as their new monitor, the BT-LH1850. Panasonic lent a friend of mine the AG-HPX255 to test out. I happened to be in town, and he invited me to come try it out with him. But before we dive in, I want to talk about a book. Terry Bisson is a Kentucky-born sci-fi writer who lives in California.
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Panasonic NV-GS400B

15 February 2005
  • Summary: Panasonic NV-GS400B The heart of the machine Conclusion
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Panasonic NV-GS200B

16 August 2004

Panasonic NV-MX500B

16 April 2003

Panasonic LF-D311

16 August 2001
  • Summary: The wait for affordable DVD burners is over, and hot on the heels of Pioneer's well-hyped offering comes a considerably cheaper option from Panasonic. Has the Holy Grail finally been unearthed?
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Panasonic AG-DVC15

16 June 2001
  • Summary: Following in the footsteps of sister company JVC, Panasonic's broadcast division is making a play for the ever-growing number of DV video makers wanting professionally-featured, shoulder-mounted DV camcorders. Its entry-level machine, the DVC15, caused some genuine interest when it was first seen at Digital Media World in November, but closer inspection left us a little bemused about its advantages over a domestic three-CCD machine.
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Overall 8

REVIEW: Panasonic Toughbook CF-C2

11 April 2013
  • Summary: It takes a lot to stand out in a world of ‘me-too’ notebook and tablet designs, but that’s just what Panasonic has managed with its ruggedised Toughbook family, designed to go where notebooks really shouldn’t go. Aimed at engineers, scientists, architects, builders and others needing a fast and capable notebook that keeps going no matter what, there are several Toughbook models to choose from. However, for our review we were sent the CF-C2 (from £1,600 ex.
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REVIEW: Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 (MK3)

20 August 2009
  • Summary: Design Panasonic markets itself as one of the only remaining core manufacturers of laptop computers, meaning that the company manufactures most of the major parts used in the CF-19 (from £3030) and assembles the laptop itself. This is opposed to the practice of outsourcing the parts and assembly to a third-party manufacturer. Features The CF-19 Toughbook combines the features of a classic laptop and tablet PC.
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Overall 8

Panasonic Lumix DMC-G6 camera review

Digital Arts
5 October 2008
  • Excerpt: Panasonic’s compact system cameras (CSC’s) hedge their bets somewhat. The line up is split between those resembling digital SLRs and others ape-ing compacts, yet both incorporate the same Micro Four Thirds (4:3) ratio sensor.
  • Pros: Well saturated colours and warm feel to images, tilt and swivel rear LCD, DSLR-style handling yet compact camera approachability, EVF comes with built-in eye sensor for automatic activation.
  • Cons: Chunkier than most competitors who haven’t opted for the DSLR ape-ing design, feels slightly over-priced on launch.
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Test Systemkamera: Panasonic DMC-GF1

19 May 2012
  • Summary: Die Panasonic DMC-GF1 bereichert die fast als eigene Kamera-Liga zu bezeichnende Mikro-Fourthirds-Klasse von kompakten Digitalkameras ohne Spiegelreflex-Prinzip, aber mit Wechselobjektiven.
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