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In the world of photography, Cologne Germany is where it’s all happening this week. That’s where Photokina, the world’s largest show for photographic and imaging
Panasonic has announced the HC-X1, which it describes as “a professional 4K 50p/60p camcorder designed for outstanding results”. There is a stack of features to
The Ultra HD TV world has gone without content long enough, and if you joined the UHDTV revolution early, you can finally find content for your newish TV.
Content for UHD TVs may be hard to find, but the cameras sure aren’t, with Panasonic announcing a new model that not only comes with 4K support, but also 5-axis stabilisation and an easy way to charge that camera.
Need computers a little tougher than what you find at your local electronics store? Put through over 500 tests, Panasonic’s latest Toughbook may fit the bill.
We’ve all taken a selfie at one point in time, and it doesn’t matter if you consider yourself a pro photographer or something in between, because chances are you’ve done it, too, but what if you could snare one on a camera with lenses?
Ultra HD TVs have certainly been around long enough and cameras have been able to capture stills for them, but video, that’s something only big cameras have supported. This year, the small ones will get it, too.
Forget the Lytro, because while the one megapixel square shooter was cool for the time, Panasonic has found a way to get a similar effect going inside its mirrorless cameras.
One of the downsides of a juicer is that after the initial two weeks of juicing is over, the appliance generally sits at the back of the cupboard waiting to be used. Fortunately, Panasonic has a remedy: make the juicer into a frozen treat maker.
When’s the last time your microwave did what you wanted it to and cooked something evenly? If the answer is “never”, a technology is on the way to Aussie shops that could save your food from being too hot and too cold all at the same time.