A surprise announcement might have shed a little more light on the probable role and capabilities of the next Playstation
We can't help being fascinated when people try to use very old techniques with very new technology, and here's a case in point
Host broadcaster CBS had over 60 cameras at the Superbowl, including 6 FT- ONE 4K cameras from FOR-A but they weren’t used for normal game footage. The FOR-A Cameras can shoot 4K at up to 900 frames per second so they are the perfect system for capturing disputed plays
We’ll be one of the first to get our hands on a production version of this amazing device so keep watching for our hands-on review!
The Panasonic GH2 and GH3 punched way above their weight and produced wonderful video for their price. Now, with the announcement of the GH4, we'll soon find out if the new camera will change the 4K landscape in the way its predecessors did for "mere" HD.
All eyes are on bigger displays, from projectors to the 4K tidal wave on the horizon, but what if the next revolution is something that's already here?
All this talk of 4K, high frame rate, 3D, and ever more precision and information in video signals is a good thing, right? Well, yes, but at some point, an engineering solution has to be designed to let it happen, and there's reason to believe we might be getting a bit ahead of ourselves