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The AG-HPD24 is a portable P2 solid-state AVC-Intra recorder featuring native 1080/24p recording with variable frame rates; a super-fast USB 3.0 interface; and 24-bit; four-channel audio recording* in AVC-Intra 100/50. With two P2 card slots and battery operation; the HPD24's rugged; half-rack design holds up to the demands of field production; yet it is small and light at 4.41 pounds** for easy transport.

This ultra-reliable; dedicated deck allows users to playback and review P2 cards on its 3.5-inch; 16:9 LCD screen; manage clip files and metadata; record full resolution; 10-bit 4:2:2 master-quality video content from a wide range of Panasonic and non-Panasonic cameras via its HD-SDI input; and can also backup data onto hard disk drives.

The AG-HPD24 is ultra versatile; supporting a wide range of high definition and standard definition recording formats including 1080 60i/50i/25p/24p; 720 60p/50p/24p and 480/60i; 576/50i in DVCPRO50; DVCPRO and DV.

The unit plays back HD/SD content automatically (no need to change settings) and is internationally operable in 50Hz or 60Hz. For 3D production; its 3D sync function offers master-quality; full resolution 3D recording and playback with a high-quality AVC-Intra codec when two units; one for the Left channel and one for the Right channel; are connected

A key feature of the HPD24 is its "SuperSpeed" USB 3.0 host interface that allows super-fast transfer rates of up to 1.6Gbps. Transferring data to low-cost hard disk drives or solid-state drives is achieved quickly and easily with its SuperSpeed USB 3.0. Its HDMI output enables the HPD24 to transmit uncompressed digital data to an array of consumer playback devices; including projectors and digital televisions. In addition; when attached to a computer; the USB device mode allows the HPD24 to become a two-card P2 drive. Using two 64GB P2 cards in the HPD24's two card slots; the unit can record for about 128 minutes in AVC-Intra 100 or DVCPRO HD; approximately 256 minutes in AVC-Intra 50 or DVCPRO50; or about 512 minutes in DVCPRO/DV.