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Panasonic bring 4K technology to a high-resolution enthusiast

Are you less satisfied with cameras and films in Full HD resolution? If not satisfied, then your dreams have been answered by the presence of the latest mirrorless camera from Panasonic, which has been quietly exhibited at ECS, in Las Vegas, in January 2014.
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New Panasonic GH 4K a UHD mirrorless camera. Image: hdwarrior.co.uk

Panasonic GH 4K is equipped with a new sensor and 4K video recording option. Panasonic 4K GH Ultra HD camera is thought to be equipped with a 16 megapixel sensor, 1/8000 shutter, 21mm OLED viewfinder, 3,000+ dot, 1 mil dot OLED screen. Is 4K the way of the future? 

The Ultra High Definition or UHD content can be recorded at 200 Mbps, and output in a full live feed via a mini-HDMI port to display on a computer or record to a hard drive. Of course, the Micro-Four Thirds shooter can save footage straight to an SDXC card — a UHS Class 3 prototype variant tuned for such a task was on display — though space will run out fairly quickly. There’s no word how many megapixels the cam totes, but it will be able to simultaneously snap photos while recording video.

You can imagine how great the video is generated from Panasonic's 4K if you show at Ultra High Definition Television. You will spend more money to buy a new television that has UHD technology. It is very important, so you can enjoy videos or movies in the UHD with maximum resolution.

Panasonic designed the camera body specifically to dissipate the heat produced by the new sensor while skimping on things like sensor stabilization. 

Panasonic GH 4K comes with an improved 16MP sensor that was optimized to deliver high-quality video capabilities. 
Panasonic's GH 4K is one of the most expected interchangeable lens cameras.

Panasonic Lumix GH 4K key features:

16MP
200mbps mp4 All-i/100mbps IPB
4k/30p
1/8000 shutter
1m dot OLED screen
21mm OLED viewfinder, 3,000+ dots.
Time code
4:2:2 10/8bit output
3G-SDI and XLR adaptor (An adaptor that the camera sits on with XLR x2, HD-SDI x4)

More details are set to arrive with the camera's official release in late February. Panasonic has redesigned the entire circuitry around the sensor. Panasonic GH 4K will be capable of capturing top-notch 4K video footage at 200Mbps and features an ALL-I intra mode. Will the new UHD resolution replace Full HD?  It’s only a matter of time. The camera is expected to hit market shelves at a price around $2,000 / €1,467 or less.

We also look forward to 4K tech cameras from other brands such as Olympus, Kodak, Canon or Nikon and Samsung. Have you seen examples of a new television with UHD resolution in your favorite electronics stores? Perhaps you would prefer a 4K television because you definitely have more time to watch movies in 4k format. Do you agree?

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