Georgia State University Unwraps Panasonic Gear for New Media Institute

Cameras and display systems among gear put to use
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ATLANTA—Christmas came early for Georgia Student University students and faculty who will be utilizing the brand new Creative Media Industries Institute with a slew of Panasonic equipment to unwrap.

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CMII will train more than 4000 undergraduate students, including 1000 in film and television production majors. At their disposal will be Panasonic cinema cameras, including the AU-EVA1 5.7K handheld cameras and VariCam LT 4K cameras, both with HDR capability. Other cameras include the AG-UX180 UHD handhelds, AG-DVX200 4K 4/3-inch handhelds and the AJ-HPX380 AVC-Ultra shoulder mounts.

Additional gear from Panasonic will include the AV-HS450N multi-format switcher, 65-inch 1080p LCD displays and the PT-RZ970WU 10K lumen laser projector.

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