Ok so it’s a mock-up but Panasonic are committed to producing a 4K GH4 and available at the end of February for just under $2000.
So what’s the big deal, depending on quality this camera has the capability to out sell every 4K camera on the market today including the BlackMagic version.
I regularly use my GH3 on smaller corporate jobs now because it serves two purposes, video and photography, only today I was filming in a hospital and was asked to take photographs of the item we were filming.
The 4K GH4 has been rumoured to be able to film and photograph at the same time and have a plugin XLR and SDI unit as well as 10 bit processing.
This photograph courtesy of Photography Bay is the new SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 card. PB says it will offer a minimum write speed of 30MB/s (equivalent to 240Mbps). Accordingly, the new Speed Class 3 cards will accommodate the rumored 4K 200Mbps .mp4 capture.
I was not aware of a new high speed SDXC card and question why Panasonic don’t adopt the new CFast card at a blistering speed of 450MB/s.
This is an exiting year…I can’t wait for NAB to see what the video boys in Japan have up their sleeves.
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