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Those manual controls include variable frame rates (60i, PF30, PF24, and native 24p), shutter speed, aperture control, gain control, white balance (adjustable from 2000K to 15,000K in 100K increments), and zoom speed.
The new SRW-9000 is a full-HD (1920x1080) resolution camcorder using 2/3-inch CCDs and is capable of 4:2:2 10-bit recording as well as being optionally configurable up to 4:4:4 with variable frame rate from 1p-60p.
Multi-streaming provides up to eight concurrent non-identical streams with variable frame rates, bit rates, resolutions and picture quality.
Options for video and audio storage are offered through Telexis ViaNet DVR configuration and administration tools, including event-based recording, alarm recording, before alarm recording, and options for variable frame rate video recording per camera.
Variable Frame Rate Shooting and 24PsF Output (with the optional AG-SFU602G Production Package Upgrade Software Key).
Panasonic's VariCam format provides 720P 24 fps and variable frame rate capture for film-like feel and detailed fast/slow motion effects.
In addition the HPX250 offers variable frame rate capability in 1080p up to 30fps (17 steps) as well as 720p up to 60fps (25 steps) for undercranking/overcranking to create fast or slow-motion effects.
This system is streamlined to work with the Panasonic VariCam and will accommodate its variable frame rate.