Panasonic LUMIX DMW-YAGH Interface Unit, Pro Audio Video Interface for LUMIX GH4

Panasonic
SKU: IPCDMWYAGH MFR: DMW-YAGH
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About Panasonic DMW-YAGH

The impressive Panasonic LUMIX DMW YAGH Interface Unit is designed exclusively for professional workflow enabling more powerful video transmission. It directly mounts to the bottom of the Panasonic LUMIX GH4 and includes front facing screw holes which provide expandability for rail systems and added stability for PL mounts. The interface complies with Full HD (4:2:2 / 10 bit) four parallel output or 4K (4:2:2 / 10bit) output, both with time code, and converts the GH4's micro HDMI output to a full-sized HDMI output.

The Interface Unit includes a BNC connector for time code input and is equipped with a 12VDC 4-Pin XLR Power Input. When attached to the GH4, it has 2 monaural XLR inputs for line or condenser microphones. The Panasonic LUMIX DMW YAGH Interface Unit is equipped with an audio level display monitor and +48V of phantom power for each channel with independent volume control of the left and right channels.

The Panasonic LUMIX DMW YAGH Interface Unit is not powered by the GH4 and requires an external 4-pin XLR 12VDC power source for use and when using 4:2:2/10-bit output, simultaneous video recording on SDXC/SDHC Memory Card in the DMC-GH4 camera is not possible. Overall, the Panasonic LUMIX DMW YAGH Interface Unit Interface provides an added level of system connectivity for the GH4 supporting the audio and video needs of professionals.

Panasonic DMW-YAGH Features

  • Professional 4K audio video interface unit for LUMIX GH4
  • XLR monaural 2ch terminals (Line / Mic. / Condenser Mic. Input)
  • Audio level display monitor
  • 3G-SDI video output terminal plus time code
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Greg K  is there a battery that can power this unit? A friend bought one, and he told me that he can only use the Yagh if he has it plugged in…is there a battery for it?
JERRY W  No. The Mic get's it power from the camera.
jay p  I Know this unit takes a female XLR to power unit, but all i can find is that it needs 12 Volts, `I Use Brick batteries, whats the highest voltage i can use to power this unit?
Andrew R  I'm not sure I understand your question. This unit operates on 12V DC.
Natalie T  Is there a way/ speaial baseplate to attach rails and follow focus when this interface is on camera?
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