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PL mount is a showstopper for me.
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Here are the main specs of the camera:


4096 x 2160 Super 35mm CMOS sensor

14+ Stops of Dynamic Range

PL Mount

Internal 4K up to 120fps

Records 4K & UHD in AVC-ULTRA 4K

Records 2K & HD in AVC-Intra 100/200

Capable of 4K RAW

1.5 to 6 Mbps Proxies

Two expressP2 card slots (Record 130 minutes of 4K/24p with these cards)

Two microP2 card slots (for HD and 2K)

Four 3G-HD-SDI Outputs for 4K QUAD

Two 3G-HD-SDI Outputs for RAW

HD-SDI out for monitoring (down-converting from 4K)

Two XLR inputs can record four channels of 24-bit, 48KHz audio

Removable Control Panel

OLED Viewfinder with Optical Zoom

Availability: Fall 2014

Price: TBA
http://nofilmschool.com/2014/02/panasonic-varicam-super-35-4k-raw-120fps-varicam-hs-2-3-inch-1080p-240fps/

 

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Micro 43rds lenses would Vignette on an S35 chip camera. The camera would need a crop mode. Anyway, people who'll be able to afford a camera like this will also be able to afford good PL mount lenses.


I definitely wouldn't mind recording 4K footage at 120 frames a second.
 

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Originally Posted by Paulo Teixeira  /t/1520328/panasonic-announces-the-next-4k-camcorder-but-with-pl-mount#post_24423091


Micro 43rds lenses would Vignette on an S35 chip camera.
Very true. PL is the industry standard for cinematographers. This is not a hobby camera. It really should have 96Khz audio these days.
 

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Heh, MicroP2? Did not know about these. Thought these were called Secure Digital (tm). At least Panasonic has got to its senses - it is not 2003 - pushing 4GB P2 cards for $2K each does not work anymore.
 

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Here's some better images of this.
 
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