02.24.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Panasonic to show new AJ-SD255 DVCPRO/DV VTR for NLE, production

Panasonic Broadcast will show its newly introduced AJ-SD255 DVCPRO/DV recorder, a half-rack-sized VTR made for nonlinear editing applications and a variety of production tasks.

Compact and easy to carry, the AJ-SD255 is well-suited for viewing, dubbing and feeding an NLE system.

The AJ-SD225 performs DVCPRO and DV recording and playback with both standard and mini-DV cassettes for cost-effective, extended-time applications. In recording and playback, including DVCAM playback, a cassette detection function automatically selects the proper mode.

The AJ-SD255 provides up to 126 minutes of continuous recording and playback.

For more information, visit booth C3617 or go to www.panasonic.com/broadcast.

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