- Super 35
- Dual Native ISO – Panasonic’s method to extract more information from the sensor without degrading the image
- Advanced Colorimetry
- Native EF Mount
- Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS)
- IR Cut In/Out (Panasonic claims that “Unique photographic effects and night vision imagery are possible with this control over infrared”
- Integrated ND Filter Wheel (2/4/6 stops)
- 4K60p / 2K up to 240p
- 4:2:2 10-bit
- The camera can record in several formats and compression rates. A complete breakdown of recording formats will be available at the time of the EVA1’s release.
- Video Codec up to 400 Mbps
- V-log & V-gamut
- 4K outputs in both HDMI and SDI simultaneously
- SD Card Recording
- 5.7K Raw Output to third-party recorders via a future update.
- Dual native ISO
- XLR Audio Inputs
- HDMI & SDI 4K Video Outputs
- Removable handgrip (for easy mounting on drones, gimbal rigs or jib arms)
- Timecode in/out
- LCD sun shade included
- Compact form factor and lightweight – 1.2kg/42.3 oz. (body only)
- 6.69“ x 5.31“ x 5.23“ / 17cm x 13.5cm x 13.3cm (LxHxW)
The camera will cost $7,345 (body only) and will be available Fall 2017.