Panasonic AG-UX180 4K Professional Camcorder

Panasonic AG-UX180 4K Professional Camcorder

Panasonic AG-UX180 4K Professional Camcorder

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Product Highlights

  • DCI 4K Resolution, 1.0-Type MOS Sensor
  • 8-Mode Gamma, MOV/MP4/AVCHD Formats
  • 3G/SD-SDI, 8-Bit 4:2:0 HDMI Output
  • Variable Rate Recording up to 120 fps
  • 24 to 480mm Lens, 20x Optical Zoom
  • 5-Axis Hybrid Image Stabilizer
  • 2 x SDHC/SDXC Card Slots, UHS-I Support
  • Built-In ND Filters, Variable Gain
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Panasonic AG-UX180 Overview

  • 1Description

For a wide range of high-resolution and professional options when mobile or in the studio, use the Panasonic AG-UX180 4K Professional Camcorder for recording up to 4K24p 4096 x 2160 video and 8-mode gamma.

The AG-UX180 features a large, 1.0-type MOS sensor that creates a dramatic bokeh with its wide-angle lens, and its focal length with 20x optical zoom ranges from 24 to 480mm. The camera's 5-axis Hybrid Image Stabilizer provides anti-shake correction for smooth movement, and the 3-ring lens design allows for precision iris/focus/zoom manual control. The shutter system functions in three modes—System, Slow, and Syncro Scan—which allow shutter speeds from 1/60 to 1/8000 sec. Four-step, built-in ND filters and variable gain settings allow for greater control over brightness and shutter.

Recording functions include DCI and UHD 4K/FHD/HD/SD resolutions, MOV, MP4, and AVCHD formats with MPEG-4 and H.264 compression, slow-motion video up to 120 fps, Pre Rec pre-recording function, interval recording for time-lapse, freeze frame, timestamp and timecode, JPEG still recording up to 8.8MP 4096 x 2160 resolution, and 16-bit/48 kHz LPCM or Dolby stereo audio. Two SD slots record onto SDHC/SDXC media, and UHS-I format is supported. Rollover recording is also supported, which allows recording to continue by automatically switching to the second slot when the first card is full. Recording to external media is also supported via a USB 3.0 output. The camera supports dual XLR inputs, HDMI/3G-SDI/SD-SDI/AV audio and video output, 3.5mm stereo headphone output, and BNC timecode output.

The camera's auto-assist operations feature a variety of tasks such as high-speed 4K autofocus, automatic white balance, one-touch AF, manual focus assist, and focus preset transition, as well as peaking, auto iris, and brightness display functions. Image adjustment presets include 16-axis color correction, skin and master detail, and six preset scene files with slots for custom scene files. Use the 3.5-type HD display or the .39-type OLED viewfinder to preview your video and view your settings.

The AG-UX180 also supports infrared shooting with a separately available IR light, and it supports wireless transmission with a separately available wireless module. Accessory mounting options include a cold shoe mount on top. A 5900mAh AG-VBR59 battery, a battery charger, a microphone holder, an AC adapter, an eye cup, a lens hood with lens cover, and an INPUT terminal cap are included.

4/3-type MOS sensor for dramatic bokeh effects and DCI 4K 4096 x 2160 resolution.
Eight selectable gamma modes, including Cine-Like gamma.
Variable frame rate HD recording and slow mode up to 120 fps.
Includes a built-in 24 to 480mm lens with 20x optical zoom and intelligent full-auto functions.
High-quality 4K 8-bit 4:2:0 images can be output via the HDMI terminal.
Microdrive focus unit provides a high-speed, high-precision intelligent autofocus.
Advanced Optical Image Stabilizer (OIS) expands correction area with ball OIS system.
The 5-axis Hybrid Image Stabilizer effects handshake correction in various directions (does not work in DCI/UHD 4K mode).
Dual Codec Recording allows images to be simultaneously recorded into two different formats—main UHD/FHD and Sub FHD (UHD 60/50p mode is not supported).
Two SDHC/SDXC memory card slots boost recording reliability with background/relay/simultaneous recording and SD memory card copy.
The three manual focus/iris/zoom rings and other controls are specially designed to satisfy professional users.
Equipped with professional interfaces such as HDMI, AV, and 3G-SDI out, XLR-in, and TC preset in/out.
Optional wireless remote control from an iPad with iOS 7.1, 8.1, or 9. The optional AJ-WM30/WM50 Wireless Module is required for wireless connection.
UPC: 885170348530
In the Box
Panasonic AG-UX180 4K Professional Camcorder
  • AG-VBR59 Battery
  • Battery Charger
  • AC Adapter
  • 2 x Power Cord
  • Microphone Holder Kit
  • Eye Cup
  • Lens Hood
  • INPUT Terminal Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Panasonic AG-UX180 Specs

    Image Sensor 1-Chip 1" MOS Sensor
    Sensor Resolution 4096 x 2160 (9.46 MP)
    Effective Sensor Resolution 4096 x 2160 (9.46 MP)
    Gain 0 to 24 dB (Native)
    Sensitivity f/11 at 2000 lux 89.9% Reflectance

    When in HIGH SENS. mode

    Minimum Illumination 0.2 lux at 1/2 Shutter Speed
    White Balance Range 2000 to 15,000K
    Focal Length 8.8 to 176mm
    35mm Equivalent Focal Length 25.4 to 508mm
    Optical Zoom Ratio 20x
    Max Digital Zoom 10x
    Maximum Aperture f/2.8
    Minimum Aperture f/4.5
    Filter Size 67 mm
    Control Rings Focus
    Image Stabilization Optical
    Focus Control Autofocus
    Manual Focus
    Shutter Speed 1/60 to 1/8000 sec
    Scan Rate Adjustable Yes
    Built-In ND Filter Mechanical Filter Wheel with Clear, 2 Stop (1/4), 4 Stop (1/16), 6 Stop (1/64) ND Filters
    Built-In Microphone Type Stereo
    Recording Media 2 x SDXC/SDHC UHS-I Card Slots  (U1 / Class 10 or faster cards recommended)
    Broadcast System Compatibility NTSC
    Recording Modes MP4 4:2:0 8-Bit:
    4096 x 2160p at 24 fps (100 Mb/s) 
    3840 x 2160p at 23.98/29.97/59.94 fps (100 to 150 Mb/s) 
    1920 x 1080p at 23.98/29.97/59.94 fps (50 to 200 Mb/s) 
    AVCHD 4:2:0 8-Bit:
    1920 x 1080p at 23.98/59.94 fps (21 to 25 Mb/s) 
    1920 x 1080i at 59.94 fps (17 to 21 Mb/s) 
    1440 x 1080i at 59.94 fps (5 Mb/s) 
    1280 x 720p at 59.94 fps (8 Mb/s) 
    720 x 480i at 59.94 fps (9 Mb/s) 
    Variable Frame Rates 1080p: 2 to 60 fps
    1080p: 2 to 60 fps
    1080p: 2 to 60 fps
    Still Photo JPEG: 4096 x 2160 (8.8 MP)
    JPEG: 3840 x 2160 (8.3 MP)
    JPEG: 1920 x 1080 (2.1 MP)
    JPEG: 1280 x 720 (0.9 MP)
    Audio Recording MP4: 2-Channel 16-Bit 48 kHz LPCM Audio
    AVCHD: 2-Channel 16-Bit 48 kHz LPCM Audio
    Video Connectors 1 x BNC (3G-SDI) Output
    1 x BNC (Composite) Output
    1 x HDMI Output
    Audio Connectors 2 x 3-Pin XLR Mic/Line Level (+48 V Phantom Power) Input
    1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Stereo Mic/Line Level Output
    1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Stereo Headphone Output
    Other I/O 1 x 2.5 mm Camera Interface Control Input
    1 x 3.5 mm Camera Interface Control Input
    1 x BNC Timecode Data Input/Output
    1 x USB Type-A Camera Interface Data Output
    1 x USB Micro-B Camera Interface Data Input/Output
    Display Type LCD
    Screen Size 3.5"
    Touchscreen No
    Screen Resolution 1,150,000 Dots
    EVF Display Type OLED
    Screen Size .39"
    EVF Resolution 1,770,000 Dots
    Battery Type Panasonic AG-VBR Series

    Panasonic VW-VBR59 battery

    Power Connectors 1 x Proprietary (7.2 to 12 VDC) Input
    Power Consumption 19.7 W
    Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
    Operating Humidity 10 to 80%
    Accessory Mount 1 x Cold Shoe Mount
    Tripod Mount 1/4"-20 Female
    Dimensions 6.81 x 7.68 x 13.62" / 173 x 195 x 346 mm (Without Protrusions)
    Weight 4.4 lb / 2 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 10.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 19.0 x 14.6 x 13.0"

    Panasonic AG-UX180 Reviews

    AG-UX180 4K Professional Camcorder is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 33.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent quality video I'm a freelance videographer working on small to medium projects, my clients can't afford C700's or REDS, etc. and the UX180 is a great addition to my tools given my budget. I currently use DSLR's with Canon glass shooting 1080. This is my first real 4K camera and I'm very pleased. What drove me to this model was the 4K, sensor size 120fps and more than 30 min record time. I did a 1080 test with my 70D and Canon 35mm 1.4 and the UX180 at 1080 and it was better than the 70D. I've done some testing in various lighting conditions and the video quality is great. It was easy to set up and I really like all the programmable buttons. One of the reasons I picked the UX180 was the 120 fps at 1080 which I tested and really like the results. I haven't done a lot with it this first week but plan to put it to the test.
    Date published: 2017-01-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Run and gun. Been using this for a month or so, it's a pretty nice package depending on Your intended usage. I'm not a filmmaker so I don't need a cinematic camera and I don't think this one would fit that role. However, if You need an easy to operate, grab and go camera this might be a good choice. It has lots of features (I'm not going to list them all because I'm lazy) I do like the fact that I can jump out of the van, do a quick white balance and shoot. Dual card slots are great, I use one for FHD 8 bit for fast uploading and the other for 4K 59f. just in case I shoot somthing awesome. It's a great camcorder for My needs.
    Date published: 2018-07-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great camera, terrible LCD viewfinder I use this camera for ENG at a local news station in Philadelphia. The camera has done everything I needed it to do. No problems except the LCD Viewfinder. It is terrible while using it in the daylight. I bought a viewfinder cover but that didn't help either. You have to use the eye piece to see anything. Another problem with the viewfinder is you cant turn it so you can see it from the side. Its either in front or the back, but no side view.
    Date published: 2018-01-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great image, versatile formats, some design frustrations I purchased the UX180 to replace my AC160A. I like the AC160A, but thought it was a good time to upgrade to something with a sharper image. Originally I was evaluating the UX180 as a 4K camera, but it's better to consider it as an HD camera, and think of the 4K as icing on the cake. The reason? First, there is some serious lag on the viewfinder and LCD when in 4K mode, because of the 4K processing. That can make it difficult to manually focus on a moving object because the results of what your hand is doing on the focus ring is shown to you about half a second later. It takes some getting used to. Same lag difficulties on iris adjustments. This processing lag is not nearly as bad in HD mode. But the auto focus is pretty good if youre into that sort of thing. I'm old school, all manual, all the time. Secondly, regarding the 4K, it's good, but not GH4 good. Which is fine, I didn't expect it to be, but when you get used to a certain image quality, it's hard to downgrade. But again, it's not fair to compare the UX180 image to 4K cameras with bigger sensors. Compare it instead to cameras with the typical 3-small sensor setup, that's where it shines. When shooting with the UX180 in HD mode, side by side with the AC160A, the UX180 is noticeably sharper. And of course WAY sharper in 4K mode. Color science is almost identical. They match up very well. In terms of sensitivity, they are about the same. The AC160A's lens opens up more than the F2.8 on the UX180, but the UX180 is cleaner, so you can turn up the gain more. The UX180 maintains a sharper image in low light, so it gets a slight win. I love the wide angle on the UX180. Why has it taken this long to get a 24mm lens on a camcorder? It's fantastic! The lens is great overall, great image quality throughout the range. The AC160A had strong vignetting on the telephoto end. None of that on the UX180. Image stabilization is fantastic on the UX180, especially in HD mode. The great stabilization, coupled with the wide angle lens and the placement of the LCD, makes the UX180 one of, if not the best handheld cameras I've ever used. Very stable images. A pleasure to use. The LCD has a nice sharp image, but is impossible to see outdoors. The viewfinder is good, but it's not bright enough. If I could make it brighter, It'd be great. Now, this gets me to one of my greatest disappointments with the UX180, the auto viewfinder shut-off. I like having both the LCD and viewfinder on simultaneously. Cant do it with this camera. I think its because it cant process all the pixels to drive both at the same time. There is a switch to lock the LCD on, or auto for when your eye approaches the viewfinder, it kicks on. I hate this. There is a delay to the process that slows me down, because I put my eye to the viewfinder and it takes half a second for the viewfinder to kick on (yes you can adjust the sensitivity of the sensor, it didnt help my situation). Then I wait for my eye to adjust to the brightness of the image because my eye was staring into a black void, then wait while my eye focuses. The whole process adds like 2 seconds, which doesnt sound like much, but it gets old really quick when you need to check the viewfinder fast. The best solution I can hope for, via a firmware update, is to let the user lock the viewfinder on, like with the lcd. I see a bright external on camera monitor purchase in my future. Other observations: I really miss the manual zoom. Panasonic has had it since the DVX100. My shooting style evolved around that feature. I would quickly snap in manually to adjust my focus and snap back out. It was so fast and reliable, its one of the big reasons I stuck with Panasonic through the years. The UX180 has a fast zoom, not nearly as fast as a manual snap zoom, but I think itll suffice. Losing the manual zoom has helped with the smoothness of the power zoom. Much improved over the abruptness of the AC160A and HMC150. Better stops and starts. Not broadcast quality level, but better. Highlights can sometimes look a little wonky, weird color shifts. Noticeable on highlight gradients (puffy cloud contours will take on weird blue hue-shifts, etc.) I tried in vain to dial this out with the scene file adjustments, to no avail. Ive just been spoiled by the Canon C-series highlight rolloff. I like all of the recording options, something to cover every situation, AVCHD up to 60p 4K. Very versatile. The 120fps slow motion is useless, bad image quality. The 4K 60p is where its at, use that for slo-mo. Plenty of customization options to help you get the camera the way you want it. Very extensive. Perfect size, not too small or too big. Good weight. Battery attachment is deep, so going with the big bulky battery wont cause it to stick out too far. Dont expect extreme shallow depth of field with this camera. Which is good, because chasing focus is not fun. I would compare the depth of field characteristics resembling the look of a broadcast 2/3 camera with an F1.8 lens. Think of the look of Live News ENG. If you punch in, youll have no trouble getting your background out of focus and helping your subject pop. I havent gone too in depth with audio testing. Ive shot one interview so far with it, and no issues popped up, sounded fine. In summary, you get a lot of camera for the money. Its a camera that I can recommend.
    Date published: 2017-02-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Panasonic is closing the gap.... One of Aesop's Fables chronicled the story of the six blind men standing around the elephant. Each was asked his perception of what he was touching with his hand. Many different opinions. The same with the reviews of any camera. Even if a camera had a full frame sensor, a 11-600mm zoom, shallow depth of field, XLR sound, 8k and you could hold it in your hand, there would still be reviewers with 2 or 3 stars. I believe the secret to camera happiness is to first decide what is going to be the mission of the camera. Run and gun, doc, cinema look, etc. No camera does or will do everything and if you are serious about your craft, then you will most probably need two or more cameras and some fine glass. This camera is very versatile. The Panasonic AG-UX180 is a wonderful all purpose camera. Great video out of the box, easy menu settings, great form factor, etc. All good stuff. Panasonic professional support seems to be the last to know when a new camera is introduced. Some friendly and helpful people there and not quite sure why they stay mired in last place when it comes to coaching up their professional support people before the rollout of any new camera. Senior management could easily fix that. But sooner or later they get up to speed and if you can deal with that minor irritant, then buy this camera.
    Date published: 2017-01-31
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fine camcorder for a wide variety of shooting Panasonic loaned me an AG-UX180 for a couple of weeks, and I have since posted a review of the camera on YouTube. Here are some thoughts I have on the UX180, which is a pretty nice camera. In case you are wondering, the AG-UX180 and HC-X1 are nearly identical. The only difference is that the UX180 has BNC HD-SDI and timecode connectors, and the HC-X1 has neither of those. Otherwise, the two cameras are identical. If you don't need HD-SDI and/or timecode, save a few bucks and get the HC-X1. I really liked using the UX180. It's a good size for stable handheld shooting, although having a shoulder pad of some sort would make it better for longer shoots. The 20x lens with its smooth zoom control is a delight if you are used to shooting with dSLRs. I shot exclusively at UHD 4K (3,840 x 2,160 pixels), and the widest shot the lens can get is about 25.4mm. At the telephoto end, it's a bit more than 500mm -- nice! The optical image stabilization works well, although it gets a bit dicey at 500mm telephoto. The autofocus works better than any other autofocus I've used -- terrific. I did all my shooting at 100 Mbps using one of the internal SD card slots. This results in 4K/30p video. The UX180 also has a 150 Mbps setting for 4K/60p, but I did not try it as my SD card would not accept it. I looked all through the menus to see if there was a V Log or similar setting, but could not find such a setting. That said, the UX180 has better dynamic range in 4K than my Panasonic ZS100 and GX8 cameras. Not a lot of extra dynamic range, but some. The images looked really good. There are two viewfinders/displays: a pull-out 3.5-inch display at the front of the camera and an eyepiece electronic viewfinder at the back. The 3.5-inch display is a touchscreen, and the touch capability worked really well -- it was a snap to go through menus and set up the camera the way I wanted. However, the 3.5-inch display was dim and hard to see in bright daylight. The eyepiece viewfinder is bright, clear and sharp, so I used it more than I thought I would. The battery that came with the camera was good for 4-5 hours of continuous use. Panasonic provided a power supply and charger, and I believe that the power supply will run the camera when you plug it in. This could be useful in situations where the camera is on a tripod and power is nearby. The UX180 has an integrated shotgun mic mount that worked perfectly with my prosumer Audio-Technica shotgun mic. My mic has a stereo 3.5mm connector and the UX180 has XLR audio connectors, so I used an adapter and my mic worked fine. If you find my review video on YouTube, you can see a brief interview I did with this setup. The Panasonic AG-UX180 is sharp, flexible, easy to use and a good value. I thought it had decent sensitivity in darker scenes, but it is not as good as my Panasonic GX8 in the dark. (The GX8 has a Micro Four-Thirds sensor, while the UX180 has a 1-inch sensor that is somewhat smaller.) Although I have a long video background, I've gotten used to adjusting camera sensitivity using ISO. It took a bit of getting used to the UX180's sensitivity/gain adjustment instead of tweaking the ISO. The Panasonic AG-UX180 is not for everyone, but it is a good camcorder for documentary, news, corporate, event, government and feature shooting. My biggest complaints are that it has no shoulder mount and the 3.5-inch display was dim. If Panasonic had let me keep it, I would be happily shooting with the UX180 right now instead of typing this. I recommend the Panasonic AG-UX180. With its clear 20x lens, good wide-angle, reasonable weight, XLR audio and SD card recording, it is flexible and its video looks very good.
    Date published: 2016-11-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best 4K camcorder out there right now. Just bought this and used it a few times. This 4k camcorder has everything you need except 4:2:2 color space internal recording which some TV station may require. 16x zoom from 24mm equivalent covers pretty much everything you want. Autofocus is fast and accurate you can leave the camera in auto focus mode all the time with confidence. Monitor and viewfinder is high resolution and easy to see focus. Dual SD card slot is great for simultaneous recording in case of SD card failure on one card. Very clean at +12db. I set my gains at 0db, 8db and 16db. If your client don't care about 4:2:2, this is the perfect 4k camcorder for event coverage right now. Battery that come with can record 3.5hrs.
    Date published: 2017-03-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice upgrade from DSLR I purchased this to upgrade from a DSLR package to have 4K and an integrated system. It doesnt weigh much more than my DSLR system once all the components were assembed (7D Mk II, 70-300 zoom, D70 audio recorder, AT shotgun, and camera battery grip). But this is much easier to wield run and gun. And it balances better in my hand than the DSLR. Best is the image quality. The eagles in the pics were 1/2 mile away. The car in the 2nd pic was a mile a way. Im not complaining. These were captures out of a PP CC 2019 4k sequence. Im so new to 4k that Im not sure how much of the sensor is actually copied to a photo from PP. I added a full hood to the LCD monitor instead of just what is essentially a bra, and can see the LCD just fine outdoors.
    Date published: 2019-01-05
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    Since the Panasonic UX180 has 2 LANC inputs ...

    Since the Panasonic UX180 has 2 LANC inputs (Zoom/ SS and Focus/Iris), would it be possible to buy two Libec ZC-LP controllers, plug one into each port and convince one of them to run the focus? I ask because I use a shoulder rig and cannot fiddle with the camera. I have tried a remote controller that puts both zoom and focus on the same pod, but that's not what I want. I would like to control focus with one hand and control zoom with the other hand. That way, I can adjust focus while zooming.
    Asked by: Michael
    That will not be possible as the two connections on the UX180 are different sizes. The Panasonic control system has separate 2.5mm and 3.5mm connections. There is a solution for this that will work for you. You could get the VariZoom VZ-Stealth-DVX Stealth Zoom Controller for one side and then the VariZoom VZPFI Focus/Iris Controller for the other side. These are designed to work with Panasonic's 2 input control system. Zoom - Focus/Iris -
    Answered by: Joseph
    Date published: 2019-04-28


    can the 3.0 USB host can be used for live recording?
    Asked by: Pascal B.
    Sorry no, USB is for the transferring of video files to a computer. It does not have the speed to do live recording. Use the HDMI connection for that.
    Answered by: Dennis A L.
    Date published: 2018-11-06


    Is the lens on this camera a Par-Focal lens ?
    Asked by: Rob D.
    The lenses in prosumer camcorders not built to par-focal design standards and rely on the camcorder's auto focus function to maintain focus. It is possible however to have a non-parfocal lens maintain focus behave like a parfocal but they are not designed that way. If they were actually parfocal, the cost of the camcorder would go up 3X. In any event, you can zoom in and out and maintain focus without any issue with this camcorder.
    Answered by: Dennis A L.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    I ordered AG-UX180 and paid @ Store. but there is no product details @ B and H website. There is any differences between actual item and product Photo and description?
    Asked by: Binu
    The Product Highlights on our website is the most up-to-date information we have. When the camera starts to ship all of those features will be included and the camera should look like the photo on our website. If you have any specific questions feel free to email us at
    Answered by: Joseph P.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    Does this camera work with Final Cut Pro 7's AVCHD plugin in the Log & Transfer window for 1080 mode?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    The Panasonic AG-UX180 4K is supported by Final Cut Pro X. In the end, it is not the camcorder but the codec. Also know there are codecs that are better for use in the camcorder and others better for editing like ProRes for FCP. One example of a good camcorder codec is AVCHD: you can pack a lot of quality video onto a single media card. However, all that compression needs to be uncompressed so that all frames of video are available for cutting. That is what all this transcoding is about.
    Answered by: Dennis A L.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    Do you have information about lens's pecification? :whether UX180'lens have wide start or not
    Asked by: y s.
    This model is currently under development and the lens specifications have not been released yet. The lens has been announced as an optical 20x Zoom with OIS. With a 20x optical, you are going to have a very wide to very telephoto lens.
    Answered by: Dennis A L.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    Does the Panasonic UX180 suffer from fan noise?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    There have been no reports of the AG-UX180 suffering from fan noise.
    Answered by: Joseph P.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    I have a Rode NTG1 with a Rode Deadcat Furry Windshield. If I use the microphone with the windshield on, will it show in the footage on the Panasonic UX180?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    We cannot test to make sure but we think it unlikely. If it does, we have cold shoe brackets that can spot the mic out of harms way.
    Answered by: Dennis A L.
    Date published: 2018-08-26
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