When purchasing a VIERA NeoPDP plasma TVs between November 17, 2009 and January 9, 2010 Panasonic offers warranty Hamburg five years fabulous instead of the usual two years, November 2009 in time for Christmas Panasonic launches the XXL warranty for its VIERA NeoPDP plasma screen TVs. During the promotion period from November 17, 2009 until January 9, 2010, a corresponding TV model purchasers receive five-year warranty instead of the usual two years. So you get not only a modern plasma television with excellent product and excellent image quality, but at the same time a valuable safety. Who still looking for a reason, to move to a flat-screen TV and dispose of the old unit of tube, won a strong argument to with the extended warranty. A VIERA NeoPDP plasma TV buyers can see reassured in the (television) future five years eligible for warranty service. And in an excellent image quality as excellent results in current tests of numerous publications show. Just when the new Panasonic NeoPDP plasma flat-screen TVs the strengths of plasma technology are clear: natural color reproduction and excellent movement and contrast representation from every angle ensure an excellent home theater enjoyment. And at the latest when starting in early 2010, the major German TV stations broadcast their program in regular operation in HD quality, you will want to not miss the newly acquired picture quality.
The conditions of participation and the participating NeoPDP models, as well as a dealer in your area, see the Internet under xxl warranty. The following models can be purchased with the free extended warranty: VIERA Z1 series: 54 – and 46-inch VIERA V10 series model: 65 – 58 -, 50 – and 42-inch VIERA G15 series model: 46 – and 42-inch model GW10 series VIERA: 50 -, 46 – and 42-inch model various VIERA retail models of Panasonic the Panasonic Corporation is a worldwide leader in the development and production of electronic products for a wide variety of Customer needs in the private, business and industrial area. The Osaka, Japan-based Group achieved in the past fiscal year (end of March 31, 2009) consolidated net sales of 7.77 trillion yen / 78.4 billion US – dollars. The shares of the group are on the stock exchanges in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and New York (NYSE: PC) records.
Rimage reports huge demand for solutions for the archiving and distribution of digital content Dietzenbach according to IBC, September 27, 2010 the international broadcasting Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam was determined this year by issues such as Stereo 3D and file-based workflows. In addition, the topic of 3D came workflow”at around 48,000 visitors on broad interest. The Rimage Europe GmbH comes to this conclusion on the IBC, inter alia with the Panasonic AG-3DA1 FULL HD 3D camcorder at their booth set. Live thus produced 3D HD video shots of the visitors are archived at the booth Rimage in real time and automated menu structure on Blu-ray discs produced. The growing popularity of 3D content especially for the cinema audience pushing the technology further. Demand for Blu-ray in turn benefits discs by the decreasing cost per terabyte, high compatibility and extended archive guarantees. 3D and Blu-ray discs determine just two issues the market each other greatly driving up”, says Jurgen Sattelmayer, vertical business manager of the Rimage Europe GmbH.
tapes as disks and analog technologies have clearly looking up.” Special interest visitors showed the IBC on solutions that cover the entire archiving workflow: from the input of data and the generation of proxy clips, through the assignment of metadata to the physical storage and search capabilities of the raw material. In particular the users of Panasonic, Canon, Sony and RED memory card login here growing demand for new solutions. Increasingly, the availability of different variants of the 3D-Authorings employs the industry. Mainly fully automated 3D Blu-ray Authoring without manual intervention, as well as various compression methods and its automated integration with the workflow aroused the interest of the public at the IBC. The IFA, which took place shortly before the IBC, has shown the subject of 3D is now as popular.
In Amsterdam, the visitors had the opportunity to experience even the production of 3D live now. The FULL HD 3D camcorder, which was a Panasonic AG-3DA1, definitely a Crowd-puller. Thus managed to show us, how are the amounts of data that fall, the best way to handle a 3D production, archive and publish”, explains Jurgen Sattelmayer. The 3D technology requires user-friendly and affordable solutions to continue their success beyond the box-office. One of the answers lies in the seamless connection of professional burner systems, high-performance archiving software and Blu-ray discs as a storage medium. There more interesting developments here in the coming months.”