Opinion: Impressions of the new cameras from NAB

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After days of walking the convention floor, Rakesh Malik reflects on the new cameras that were featured at NAB 2015.

Panasonic 4K camcorder with two cameras and HDR recording

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Although CES 2015 may be over, there's still more news from the convention, as Panasonic unleashes two sub-$1000 4K camcorders with some very interesting features.

Are big sensors always best?

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Internet forums, YouTube and magazines are full of articles extolling the virtues of large sensor video cameras, whether it's the Red Epic or the Canon C300. But should we be obsessed with the Big Chips, or do they have a downside as well. Kieron Seth investigates.

Timed with the start of Photokina, Panasonic releases the Lumix LX100, a diminutive, fixed lens 4K camera that's aimed squarely at video shooters.

 There was a lot of news at IBC2014, particularly on the camera and camera accessory front, and we published a lot of stories as a result (with more still in the pipeline). Here, in case you’ve missed any of our coverage, are the highlights so far (with added Photokina).

Panasonic introduces Ultra Widescreen

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Is 16:9 not wide enough for you? Does 2.35:1 seem a bit on the narrow side? If it does, Panasonic has the answer for you, with their 64:9 real-time sports analysis system

For those with a Sony A7s or Panasonic GH4, here's a bit of good news: the Atomos is officially accepting pre-orders for the Shogun, the world's first 4K HDMI recorder, and throwing a Spyder into the mix.

Atomos Shogun 4K recorder shipment-ready!

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The wait for the Atomos Shogun, the world's first 4K HDMI recorder, is nearing an end, as the company debuts the shipment-ready version of the Shogun at IBC2014.

SanDisk debuts World's Highest Capacity SD card - 512GB!

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At IBC2014, storage media giant SanDisk announced a world's first: an SD card with a whopping 512GB, or half-a-terabyte, capacity!

How is it that Sony is now the leading innovator with still cameras that can be used for video?

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