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Panasonic G7 Officially Unveiled, A Mini GH4 On A Budget
The time for guesses and conjecture is over, the G7 is now official and we can see what Panasonic has come up with.
Canon C300 MkII Will Feature 4K Recording Options | Rumor
Canon announced their update to the C100, the C100 Mk II just this last month. The biggest surprise was not one of its new features, but its lack of a feature: 4K recording.
Does 4k Really Matter? – Three High Class DPs Weigh In
Three high-profile DPs (Geoff Boyle, Rodney Charters, and Bill Bennett) sat down with Dan Chung of News Shooter at IBC to talk about the the current state of digital imaging and the the future it should take.
Shots Fired: Sony To Release New 4K Capable RX20 Mid-October [Rumor]
It was a pretty clear shot across Sony’s bow a few months back when Panasonic announced their new FZ1000, a direct competitor to the Sony RX10 with one clear advantage – 4K video capabilities. Many in the media, myself included, wondered how long it would take Sony to respond.
Panasonic’s New LX100 Packs Powerful Features Into Compact Package
Panasonic today announced their new LX100 compact camera, featuring 4K video recording and an MFT sensor. This has got to be one of the more interesting compact announcements of late, as Panasonic packed a lot of killer features into this small form factor.
Panasonic Officially Unveils 4K FZ1000 for $900
Yesterday, I posted about how the then rumored and “all but announced” Panasonic FZ1000 looked and was similar in almost every way to the Sony RX10, just with 25-400mm F/2.8-4 lens and 4K video. And last night, Panasonic officially announced the new superzoom FZ1000, and the price makes it a very attractive camera…
Stunning Sample 4K Footage from New Panasonic GH4 Released
Late last night Panasonic announced the long awaited GH4, a camera capable – among other things – of shooting 4K video. Saying you can shoot 4K, and actually shooting quality 4K are two very different things. So, how is the quality from the new 4k GH4? Take a look for yourself at the video below.