According to the statement, VER will take delivery of the 3D camcorders in the early fall, and will immediately support rentals of the product from its locations in major markets throughout the country.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, VER has U.S. offices in Anaheim, CA, Atlanta, GA, Boston, MA, Chicago, IL, Dallas, TX, Detroit, MI, Las Vegas, NV, Miami, FL, Nashville, TN, New Orleans, LA, New York, NY, Orlando, FL, Phoenix, AZ, San Diego, CA, San Francisco, CA, Seattle, WA and Washington D.C., and has an international presence through its several locations in Canada and Europe.
“Affordably priced with low-cost SD media card recording, the AG-3DA1 takes 3D content creation out of the hands of the elite and makes it available to a much broader production market,” said Wayne Miller, VER’s General Manager. “VER’s mandate has always been to make the latest in technology available to the greatest number, and the 3DA1 is an ideal means to accomplish that goal.”
“3D location work will extend far beyond $250 million motion pictures,” Miller added, “and VER’s clientele will be producing everyday television programming and corporate videos with the 3DA1 camcorder. It is guaranteed to be one of the essential components in our palette of 3D production tools.”
“We are delighted that VER is embracing the 3DA1 and has made a strong commitment to proliferating 3D production capabilities throughout a wider market,” said John Baisley, President, Media & Production Services, Panasonic Solutions Company. “The AG-3DA1 is the democratizing camera for 3D acquisition because it provides professionals an easier-to-use, more affordable integrated solution for capturing content and training new 3D shooters.”