Professor documents AP photojournalists in action with AVCCAM HD camcorder

June 2012
Broadcast Engineering Exclusive Insight;6/ 5/2012, p9
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the documentary "Deadline Every Second," directed and produced by San Francisco State University photojournalism professor Ken Kobré, highlighting the Panasonic AG-HMC150 AVCCAM high-definition (HD) camcorder that he used.


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