Here's another chance to read this article, the content of which seem to get more relevant with each passing day: "Megapixels" doesn't equal "resolution". Not by a long way!
The world changed again today when Blackmagic introduced two more cameras. A 4K camera for $3,995, and - a total surprise a "pocket" digital film camera for $995. An excited Freya reports
RedShark Editor Dave Shapton presents the still controversial view that 4K is already a done deal, and that it's not just a marketing ploy but has real advantages for content creators and viewers
Sensor technology is now moving so fast that it’s becoming possible to do things which, until recently, would have been a bit hair-raising price-wise
Sony has developed a mind-bending application for UHDTV (Ultra High Definition TV) that records the action on an entire football pitch, and then allows an area of the pitch to be selected and output at "standard" 1080 or 720 resolutions.
This whole project looks amazing. It's nothing less than the development of a completely modular 4K camera with a global shutter that records to Cinema DNG: so it will fit in with familiar workflows.
Hot off the heels of its NX1 4K camera in a compact DSLR form, Somsung releases its little cousin, the NX500, in an even more compact shape, yet still featuring many of the same specs as the NX1, including 4K capture.
Somewhat out-of-the-blue, Sony announced its upcoming flagship full-frame digital camera, the A7r II, sporting features that may make it a popular pick among photographers and filmmakers alike.
This is just by way of a preview of an article we're publishing on Tuesday. It's about the Panasonic GH4: a camera that has blown us away with its video capabilities