Showing posts with label Panasonic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Panasonic. Show all posts

Monday, 12 January 2015

The New Panasonic 4K UHD Blu-Ray Player Prototype Packs a Punch

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2015 displayed some fantastic innovations that promise to light up the gadget market in the coming time. Among many, the Panasonic 4K Blu-Ray player prototype has managed to grab some attention of many visitors in CES 2015.

The electronic manufacturing company Panasonic has launched its generation next Blu-Ray player at CES this year, which was held in Las Vegas. The new launch is one of the series of Flagship televisions, called CX850U 4K TV. This prototype player is able to offer a resolution of 3,480 * 2,160 and a bit rate of 100 Mb per second. Its ability of displaying 4K resolution images at the rate of 60 frames per second makes it a special one. Its specific design is exclusive for supporting video processing technology which is presently on the way of inclusion in the current standards of Ultra HD Blu-Ray. It’s High dynamic Range (HDR) and immersive audio technologies are also expected to be included under the UHD standards.

Colour Features

Similar to other renowned TV manufacturing companies, Panasonic flaunts a modified LED version with phosphor coating that delivers the colour brightness never seen before. It has a much broader range of colours which fills up to 98 per cent of DCI colour space. The fresh new Panasonic CX850U stands out for its picture processor engine called Studio Master Drive that enhances richness of colours and emphasizes on the accuracy of the colours in vivid images giving a much superior quality of pictures. Going through the prototype player one can undoubtedly say that the CX850U 4K Panasonic TV is just the perfect alternative to the kind of colour features displayed on cinema theatres.

Operating System

The Panasonic CX850U runs on the Linux based Firefox Operating System along with an exclusive Graphical User Interface of Panasonic. It has got a versatile combination of web-based Operating System along with a clear and convenient interface for the user benefits. The Linux based Firefox OS has a voice assistant associated with it called Xumo Guide that has got a touch of smartness in it for content discovery and some more added functions.


It was quite surprising to see that Panasonic did not prepare a centre stage for them on the occasion of announcing their new launch of 4K UHD Blu-Ray player prototypes. It deserved much bigger limelight than what it received having such fantastic features of its kind. The small black box Blu-Ray player will be developed in collaboration with UHD alliance which includes partners like Samsung, Panasonic and many more from the Hollywood industry such as 20TH Century Fox, Technicolor and Warner Brothers.


The fact that there is a rapid increase in availability and affordability of the 4K TVs point towards the mere future where there will be hardly any homes left having 4K UHD Blu-Ray technology get installed in the drawing rooms, starting from the year 2015 itself. But before that there is a long distance to cover up starting from the point of being a prototype till ending up enjoying the success.

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Panasonic UT- MB5 tablet with 4K, 20 -inch display

Panasonic UT- MB5
Panasonic has already making huge Tablets for outdoor use in its range, now followed by another device for special applications; a 20 -inch tablet with 4K - display that is aimed at designers and media designer. As the size suggests, the tablet should be a UT- MB5 ultra portable but not mobile workstation.

The overall weight of the tablet is about 2.3 kilograms and the battery life is of just two hours in the way. Instead, the tablet offers pure computing power. An Intel Core i5 is used, the generous 8 GB of RAM to the side. As data storage is an SSD with 256 GB capacity is available and the graphics makes a not exactly specified Nvidia GeForce.

And is of multi-touch display 3,840 x 2,560 pixels are displayed. The configuration is also a full-fledged operating system used: Windows 8.1 in the Pro version. The other features include WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0, HDMI out and a card reader. The Panasonic UT- MB5 will be soon available at a price of 4,500 Euros.

Sunday, 11 August 2013

The new Blu-ray recorder from Panasonic

The new Blu-ray recorder DMR BCT730 and DMR BST730 Panasonic are really comfortable - they can easily remotely programmed via app which is to be the first of its kind. The recorders from Panasonic are of a rare species: take TV broadcasts, including HDTV on their hard drive and can burn to Blu-ray. This is the only recorder the only recorder you can record and by which it can be played in any Blu-ray player. The quality is impeccable, the service Panasonic typical simple. Using a network connection, the recordings can also retrieve per tablet and other TVs in the home network. The transfer of cell phone photos or movies will go smoothly in the home network. The new generation puts something extra: Using the Internet to access the recorder is possible - for PC and Smartphone app. It can retrieve the list of scheduled recordings. You also program recordings remotely - via a convenient program guide (EPG), manually or using the scheduler. However, the preliminary software of the test device was still a bit tough. The new version of the Smartphone app "Diga player" with remote programming time of testing was not yet available. The recorder is available as a DMR BCT730 for cable and as DMC BST730 for satellite reception. The new Panasonic recorders inspire with their easy to use and good quality. If you want to record TV shows, receives an ideal device here.

Specifications: Dual TV tuner for cable (DMR BCT730) or satellite (-BST730), 500-GB hard drive, Blu-ray burner, HDMI output, network connection and Wi-Fi Price: 580 Euros.

Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Blu-ray disc successor announced by Sony and Panasonic

In a brief press release, the Japanese company Sony and Panasonic announced their mutual cooperation in the development of a new optical memory. This is to make the existing capacity of a Blu-ray disc in the shade. Sony and Panasonic are working together on an optical memory with 300 GB of storage. For this, both of the companies have signed a contract that combines its experience in the development in the future. The capacity of the new-generation storage discs to at least 300 gigabytes (GB) in size and the end of 2015 on the market. Conventional Blu-ray discs store up to 50 GB is worth mention. They planning to find a new storage device which is more advanced and sophisticated are probably on good roads. Than this is a replacement for video or Blu-ray discs as a storage medium for high-resolution UHD Movies Instead, it could allow the professional long-term storage of data in companies. Other features of the new optical storage from Sony and Panasonic are not yet known. For UHD content, there are basically already a storage medium, the so-called BDXL disc. It can hold 100 GB of data, recordable blanks are to be had online from 25 €. However, there is no living room player for those discs, other than PC drives which cost above 70 Euros.

Sunday, 21 July 2013

New Panasonic Lumix FZ72 bridge camera with 60 x zoom

Panasonic introduces the Lumix FZ72 claims to be a new record. No other bridge camera currently offers such a large zoom range. Panasonic Lumix FZ72 has the incredibly large focal length. The Panasonic Lumix FZ72 has a 60x zoom and that’s a record. Converted into small format extends the focal length of 20-1200 mm. You can still be doubled using the digital zoom and a tele-converter with a magnification factor of 1.7 could also be screws in front of the lens. With a focal length of 4,000 millimeters, for example, you can then, look at the moon in detail. An optical image stabilizer is although builds into the camera by the manufacturer, but also for the extremely wide focal lengths it is recommended to use a tripod because the framing may easily blurred. The MOS image sensor of the Lumix FZ72 delivers a resolution of 16.1 megapixels. His face falls with 1/2, 3 inches from the size as with most compact cameras. Video takes the bridge camera in full HD resolution and provides up to five photos per second. Panasonic equips the camera with a three-inch screen with 460,000 pixels and an electronic viewfinder with a size of 0.2 inches. To the New Lumix FZ72 the hot shoe is there for taking photos in RAW format without compression. In addition, 15 creative filters, a panorama function and digital retouching tools are available. The Panasonic Lumix FZ72 is available in black in September. The suggested retail price is 399 Euros.

Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Panasonic Lumix GF6 unfolds!

Panasonic on Tuesday unfolded the Lumix GF6, successor of the Lumix GF5 which is a hybrid device. Its sophisticated menu includes Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity. The new device from Panasonic offers a built-in flash, a new Live MOS sensor of 16 megapixels, but also with Wi-Fi Direct and NFC connectivity. The monitor is of 3-inch tilting touch screen, can also be rotated up to 180 degrees so you can use the particular device self-portrait. Finally, GF6 can reach a sensitivity of ISO 3200 and ISO 25600 automatic mode to manual mode. In video, GF6 captures movies in Full HD to 50i. As such GF5, it offers 19 different photo filters and the ability to create stop motion animation with several shots. The main new features, Wi-Fi and NFC allow such as Smartphone or tablet to remotely trigger the camera in order to capture images remotely. The Panasonic Lumix GF6 is available in black, white, and brown and red. It will be released mid-May to 699 Euros for the version with motorized lens Powerz oom 14-42, 549 Euros for the standard kit with 14-42 lens and 749 Euros for a double kit with 14-42 lenses and a second 45 - 150.