The first big event of the year, CES, arrives hot on the heels of the New Year break. David Shapton looks at some of the technologies that may be making an appearance first on the showfloor and then in your living room not long after.
This is a funny time of year for any online technology publication. With Christmas coming up, you’d expect that nothing much would happen until the new year. But that's not quite right.
The $2000 Panasonic GH5, launched on Wednesday at CES, is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with 4K 60p/50p recording, and 4:2:2 10-bit shooting in 4K at up to 30p. With an additional 6K Photo Mode, it looks like an incredibly powerful all-rounder.
The Panasonic GH5 represents a significant upgrade over the previous GH4, which is all the more impressive given that its very popular successor isn’t even three years old yet. Here, in detail, are all the upgrades and improvements.
LG unleashes a pre-emptive strike on the competition by announcing its CES lineup weeks before the show.
Samsung's M9500 Blu-ray player, an early release in the field of HDR-compatible consumer devices and on show later this week at CES, could signal the start of a movement away from Dolby Vision.
- Friday 17 Feb 2017 - (17749) Panasonic GH5 Review: the first full hands-on report
- Sunday 19 Feb 2017 - (12229) The dramatic ways that technology has changed editing
- Friday 17 Feb 2017 - (5995) Transform Your Video With Light Leak Overlays (+ Freebie Inside) [sponsored]
- Tuesday 14 Feb 2017 - (5936) DJI Osmo Mobile: good run and gun on a budget?
- Saturday 18 Feb 2017 - (5479) SLR Magic's Anamorphot primes: anamorphic on a (relative) budget
- Thursday 23 Feb 2017 - (435) First look at Varicam Pure 4K raw footage
- Thursday 23 Feb 2017 - (540) SmallHD takes its first steps into OLED
- Wednesday 22 Feb 2017 - (1045) Sony claims world’s fastest flash memory
- Wednesday 22 Feb 2017 - (1120) Fujifilm releases radical new MK lenses
- Tuesday 21 Feb 2017 - (1012) Phantom Flex4K adds global shutter to high speed options