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  • The history of Panasonic Corporation begins when Konosuke founded Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.Ltd in 1918 with help from his family. The first products were electrical insulating plates and lamp sockets. The company grew and expanded its activities continuously with the design of small household appliances. In the 1960s it became one of the leading multinationals in Japan.
  • At this stage Panasonic begins the development of its audiovisual products. Radios and televisions are its first products. In 1961, the company's first color television with a size of 21" was launched on the market. In 1977, the Panasonic subsidiary "JVC" launched the domestic VHS format, which after several years of struggle won the battle against Sony's Betamax .
  • During the 1980s and 1990s, Panasonic launched broadcast video switchers, professional monitors and ENG cameras with the famous Dvc-Pro tape format, highly recognized by the industry. In these years it also approaches the semi-professional sector with the Ag-dvx100, the first mini-dv camera capable of recording in 24p.
  • At the beginning of the 21st century, Panasonic developed its range of pan-tilt cameras coinciding with the new reality TV formats. In 2004, he surprised the industry with the professional P2 solid-state card format. These cards were pioneers in the broadcast sector since you could record SD and HD on the same support. Parallel to these advances, it develops its range of digital cinema under the VariCam brand.
  • The novelty of these cameras was their variable "Frame rate". You could record from 1 frame per second to 60 frames in a second. Offering the possibility of creating slow motions or time lapses. In 2014 Panasonic launched the VariCam 35 capable of recording images in 4k at 120 Fps.



  • Konosuke Matsushita was born on November 27, 1894 in a town south of Osaka and died of pneumonia in April 1989 at the age of 95. He started his career as an apprentice in a bicycle shop before joining Osaka Electric Light Company, where he worked as a wiring technician assistant.
  • A few years later, he left his well-paid job to create his own company Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.Ltd, demonstrating his entrepreneurial spirit from a very young age. In 1952 he appeared in Time magazine; he was the first Japanese to appear in this important magazine.


  • In Kyoto (Japan) Panasonic anticipated Japanese television broadcast in 1953, a congregation of engineers joined forces to sand down the increment of the first national television, the 17K-531, and they managed to manufacture it in just two months. They were different from the round screen CRTs, which were the televisions of the moment, this model used a rectangular screen like current televisions, since then, all screens are rectangular.
  • In the year 1960, Panasonic released its K21-10 model, its first color television. This used a 21-inch 70-degree offset tri-color display.
  • In 1977 with the collaboration of its subsidiary JVC, Panasonic released the first VHS home video, with outstanding features of long recording capacity and clear and sharp screen image, it was launched in 1977.
  • In 1985 Panasonic designed its model, the NV-M1, which was a video camera that recorded on VHS. He weighed only 2.5 kg.
  • In 1996 Panasonic released the first 26-inch plasma screen, the TH-26PD1. Until then there was no other model of plasma screen in the world.
  • In 1998 Panasonic introduced the DVCPRO series video systems, AJ-D900W/D950/ PD900W/PD950/D810, in response to high definition 525i/525p production and large image production. They transmitted VTR to record high definition images that lasted a maximum of 2 hours. It was a light and cheap model with just the right quality for transmission production.
  • That same year Panasonic launched in the United States and the European Union digital televisions, receivers and tuners (decoders) at a time when drastic changes were taking place in the markets related to the trend of digital television transmission worldwide.


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Rent Panasonic Varicam 35 4K

  • Panasonic Varicam 35 4K camera rental has a super 35mm MOS sensor that is capable of capturing in 4k, UHD, 2k and HD. This model gives good workflows with AVC-ULTRA or AVC-intra files. Another fact to emphasize is its high recording speed up to 120fps in RAW 4k. With a weight of 5Kg and PL mount.

Panasonic AK-UC3000GSJ rental

  • Panasonic AK-UC3000GSJ Camera Rental This camera designed by the Panasonic company is a highly variable 4K tool ideal for multi-camera production tasks. One of its characteristics is that it has 3 audio inputs and 2 video outputs with a weight of 4.4Kg.