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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.
Apple hasn’t paid much attention to the smaller phone sizes of late, forcing iPhone owners to move to a bigger 4.7 or 5.5 inch device, but the older 4 inch iPhone has now been made new again.
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.
The mirrorless cameras have been waving 4K video for so long that many of us wondered when DSLRs would join the party. Fortunately, they’re about to, as Nikon delivers UHD video in two digital SLRs.
You can probably expect that 4K video is a big deal in cameras, and now that we're about to have more virtual reality in our life, 360 video is important, too. But together? Nikon is there at CES.
If you’re an enthusiast photographer, you know all too well the importance of a camera with lenses, but even this club can be a little pricey to join, and that’s where Olympus hopes to make a dent.
Keen to get some 4K video captured for that new 4K TV, but you just know you’re going to get caught in a rain storm? Panasonic has a camera just for that.
Go Pro may lead the action camera market, but somewhere between Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba, Contour, Garmin, Kaiser Baas, and Kogan, it has a few friendly rivals to play again. And now it has one more.
Ultra HD movies aren’t set to arrive on 4K ready Blu-ray until next year, but you can always be your own Ridley Scott and make your own, and Sony hopes to help with two compacts that’ll make that a possibility, with both featuring support for slow...motion... video.
How do you deal with a lack of Ultra HD content for 4K TVs? You get people to make their own, which is exactly what Panasonic is doing with its latest mirror-less shooter, providing not just 4K video, but 4K image shooting.
GoPro may dominate the world of action cameras, but navigation and GPS powerhouse TomTom wants to change that, and is bringing its expertise to the world of sport capture.
A new compact mirrorless shooter is on the way for people who like small sizes and large output, with Nikon’s J5, a tiny camera that can capture 4K videos.
Sony showed us what it had in store for the action camera market earlier in the year, but someone has been playing with the cameras for even longer, as professional skateboarder Tony Hawk details what life is like shot through a Sony 4K Action Cam.
Family captures and enthusiast movie makers may have a new outlet to explore when it comes to creative story telling, as Panasonic introduces a 4K video camera that can capture a second camera angle that the camera’s lens isn’t being pointed at.
Like big camera sensor but not necessarily a big camera body? No worries, because Samsung looks set to shrink its big NX1 into something smaller this year, taking the heart of that camera and plonking it into a compact body.
GoPro can’t have all the fun, and this year, Sony is bringing the goodness of 4K Ultra HD to its own compact sporting camera, and a little more oomph to a 4K Handycam.