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Supported Cameras

Panasonic AG-DVX-200

The DVX200 embraces the same fixed lens all round functionality for run and gun acquisition that made the work horse of the DV days, the DVX100, famous. Internally it utilises a codec thats favours smaller files size over image attributes, but thankfully the 10-bit output makes this a great combo with Atomos


Panasonic AG-DVX-200 Set-Up Guide

This video steps through the setup on the AG-DVX-200 and shows how connecting with Atomos dramatically adds value with more professional monitoring and recording functionality

Key Features

Pro Res
Bypass recording limitations

Record direct to ProRes & DNxHD full intra frame encoding with 422 color accuracy and 10-bit color resolution.

HDR Preview for Vlog-L

No more washed out log images, just easy exposure set up on the calibrated 1500 nit monitor with 10+ stops of dynamic range and 10-bit processing.

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Product specifications

HDMI Connector type full
HD-SDI (Video) True
SDI Connector type Full BNC
SDI version 3G
Internal Recording
Color Space 4:2:0
Bit depth 8-bit
Output for Recording
Color Space 4:2:2
Bit depth 10-bit
Log Output
Log Output VLogL
Trigger & Timecodes
HDMI Timecode Atomos protocol
HDMI Trigger Atomos protocol
SDI Timecode Yes
SDI Trigger Vendor Specific
Media in camera No media needed but change settings
Audio Output
Embedded HDMI 2ch
3.5mm mini jack 2ch
Audio Input
XLR 2ch
Resolutions & Framerates
HDMI video 4K DCI 24p
HDMI video 4K UHD 24p, 25p, 30p, 50p, 60p
HDMI video HD 1080 24p, 25p, 30p, 50p, 60p
HDMI video HD 720 50p, 60p
HDMI video SD 480 60p
HDMI video SD 576 50p
SDI video HD 1080 24p, 25p, 30p, 50p, 60p
SDI video HD 720 50p, 60p
SDI video SD 480 60i
SDI video SD 576 50i
4K 60p cannot output HDMI during internal recording. "Trigger only" (not recording internal memory) has to be set up using the assign button (cannot use REC button). 4kp50/59.94 HDMI output is 8-bit 4:2:0.