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Panasonic has introduced three new and lightweight 4Kp60 camcorders: the HC-X1500, HC-X2000 and AC-CX10. The new models feature a Leica wide-angle zoom lens (25mm, f/1.8, 24x), precision autofocus system, two manual rings, ND filter, LED video light (except for the X1500, this variant does not have the VW-HU1handle) and 24-bit PCM quality audio recording. All cameras also offer internal 4:2:2 10-bit recording (up to 4Kp30) or HDMI output with 4Kp60/10-bit support, a high-efficiency HEVC codec (MOV, MP4 and AVCHD; the AC-CX10 also supports P2 MXF) and a Wi-Fi interface with HD live streaming without additional equipment. In addition to P2 MXF format support, the broadcast variant of the CX10 will also offer 3G-SDI output (also applicable to the HC-X2000), and an Ethernet interface (with included micro USB > LAN adapter) with NDI|HX support (requires optional license). All three new models will be launched around the end of March this year.