Datavideo MCU-100P Handheld Multi-Camera Controller for Panasonic Camcorders

BH #DAMCU100P • MFR #MCU-100P
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Datavideo MCU-100P Handheld Multi-Camera Controller for Panasonic Camcorders
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Datavideo MCU-100P Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Control Features
  • 3Rotary Encoder for Iris Control
  • 4Save/Recall Memory

Control up to four Panasonic camcorders with the Datavideo MCU-100P Handheld Multi-Camera Controller. Built for studio use, having a multi-camera controller gives you the ability to set up your cameras without having to leave the control room. Using RS-422 protocol, the MCU-100P connects to your cameras with standard Cat-5e/6 cable, supporting cable runs of up to 3280 feet.

Control Features

  • Control of Record and Playback functions
  • Control of Camera User Memory functions
  • Control of OSD Menu Navigation
  • Control of Shutter speed and degree functions
  • Control of Iris adjustment
  • Control of AWB and ABB functions
  • Control of White Balance A, B, and Preset functions
  • Control of Camera Knee and Bar functions
  • Control of Camera Gain adjustment
  • RGB / R & B gain and Master Pedestal Controls

Rotary Encoder for Iris Control

Individual camera's iris can be controlled regardless of knob position. This prevents cameras from losing their iris setting after switching.

Save/Recall Memory

The MCU-100P can store 3 setup configurations. It can also recall memories saved within each connected camera.

Datavideo MCU-100P Specs

ConnectionsCAM/BS: From Panasonic camera to AD-1 Adapter
RJ-45: From AD-1 Adapter to control unit
CVBS: From AD-1 Adapter to preview screen
Compatible CamcordersPanasonic AG-HPX255
Panasonic AG-HPX370
Panasonic AG-HPX500
Panasonic AG-HPX600
Dimensions3.75 x 8.2 x 2.1" / 95 x 208 x 54 mm
Weight0.6 lb / 272 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.6 x 9.8 x 4"
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