Gripping dramas, inspiring documentaries, laugh-out-loud comedies – audiences can’t get enough of today’s broadcast and cinema content. And our innovations are helping create these must-see productions.
For more than 40 years, we’ve been the leading name in cinema cameras, digital laser projectors, production monitors and more.
That reputation has been hard earned, by delivering on set and behind the scenes with rugged, reliable solutions – not to mention breakthrough features that provide filmakers the flexibility and artistic freedom they need to produce truly groundbreaking work.
Our versatile line-up of cinema cameras are designed for today’s demanding productions. These cameras help DPs capture the shots they envision, whether they’re stabilized or hand-held, in studio or on location.
From Netflix’s Orange is the New Black and Master of None, to HBO’s The Deuce, industry professionals shoot with our cameras because they get incomparable results.
Delivering high resolution, sharpness and color, the VariCam cinema lineup has remarkable sensitivity, capturing stunning lowlight shots in almost any environment, making it one of the most dependable products on the market.
When quality counts, the industry counts on Panasonic.
Panasonic offers advanced digital laser projectors with consistent, brilliant picture quality for feature films, as well as pre-feature interstitial advertising. Easy to install and operate, they fit into pre-existing projection rooms without any need to retrofit.
It’s difficult to understate the importance of control room equipment, providing the graphics and visual capabilities that drive audience engagement. That’s why we apply our forward-thinking approach to a comprehensive broadcast and production solution that can effortlessly integrate various components including:
Panasonic is excited to produce cinema and studio solutions that captivate audiences and streamline workflows for those in the industry. For us, this is where breakthrough technology, vision and creativity merge into one perfect scene.
AMC’s critically-acclaimed Better Call Saul has been using our cameras to bring the crime drama to life, including the intriguing night scenes shot on the edge of the Albuquerque desert. “Having the ability to shoot at ISO 5,000 opened a whole new world for us,” said series co-creator Vince Gilligan.