Check out Panasonic’s yet to be launched ultra wide video cameraby Sushant Bhosale September 18, 2013 0 comments
Very soon, you will find it feasible to record an entire sports event through a single video camera. Panasonic has been credited with this initiative especially a cost effective one with regards to its competitors. Scheduled to be launched in November 2013, the video footage recorded through it provides clear images and details such as not only the player will be clearly visible but also the number on its jersey along with the finer points of the decisive sporting actions.
Likely to be priced way below the price of panoramic capture models of LG, Philips and Vizio, the video camera will display a picture of 720p quality. Panasonic has got a combination of four high definition cameras operating simultaneously to capture 160 degree field of vision. Considering that the sports arena will be divided into 4 sections and a dedicated camera covering the action happening therein, the final picture will be then seamless stitched on a computer to deliver the wide angle footage.
At the same time, they are known to pan and tilt in order to record at 64:9 ratio, the entire happenings of the event in a coordinated manner. This footage is then stitched using a proprietary software real time, in order to produce a single clip with 5,120×720-resolution.
Though the ultra wide video camera is in its trial stages but once launched it went to find many takers for the same. But at the same time, what remains in question is that there should be a television huge enough to do justice to the video clipping when aired.