09.06.2004 08:00 AM
Panasonic's camcorders used on reality series


"Girls vs. Boys" is taped with Panasonic's AG-DVC30 cameras.

“Girls vs. Boys,” a new reality series slated to air on the Nickelodeon Network’s “The N” this fall, used Panasonic’s miniDV camcorders in production.

The series just completed an extended shoot in Montana with Panasonic's AG-DVC30 miniDV 3-CCD camcorders. The show is currently in post-production.

Equipped with three 410,000-pixel CCDs, the AG-DVC30 can capture detailed black and white images in the dark (at 0 lux). It is outfitted with a newly-engineered, wide-angle 16X Leica Dicomar zoom lens with optical image stabilizer (OIS) and a focal length of 39.5mm to 632mm (35mm still camera equivalent) to meet virtually any broadcast and professional need.

For more information, visit www.panasonic.com/dvproline.

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