Those who wish to make the move to 4K will find the HC-X1000 by
Panasonic a good choice of camera. With a set of tasty features and the
ability to record 4K ultra HD at 60p onto an SD card, this device not
only gives good quality output, but value for money as well. Take a look
at the review to see more about this brilliant bit of technology.
The PXW-Z150 is something that any videographer or filmmaker (whether
they’re professional or not) should look at. With its compact,
lightweight design and powerful features, it easily gives users a huge
bang for their buck while letting them shoot the best possible videos.
Click on the review button to see the test footage and learn more abotu
the latest 4K Camcorder from Sony.
The newest 4k Camcorder to come out is from JVC. The HM -200 has been
released along side the HM-170. The GY-HM200 has XLR outputs and the
accociated features while the GY-HM170 does not. The GY Hm200 is a great
4K camera and it has been priced a bit lower than the Sonys with the
The PXW-Z100 by Sony is their latest pro 4K camera to be priced at less than $5,000. This camcorder records at “true 4K”
which is 4096×2160 and UltraHD 3840×2160 resolutions up to 60p. These
are resolutions that far exceed even today’s best video cameras. What’s
more is that this model uses the XAVC 4:2:2 10-bit codec and in MXF
file format. Other impressive features with the Sony PXW-Z100 are its
fixed 20x Sony G Lens and 4K Exmor R CMOS Sensor. Without a doubt, it is
a model worth taking a closer look at.
The Sony FDRAX1 4K Video Camera comes with an 8.3MP Sony Exmor R CMOS
image sensor essential for the capture of stunning videos at a quality
far exceeding HD resolution. Because it has a backlit structure that
features layers of photodiode wiring, it makes for the best shooting
experience with amazing low-light sensitivity. It shoots raw 4k data at
60FPS but at extended recording times.
JVC’s GY-HMQ10U 4K Compact Camcorder is one that is most known for
its Falconbrid high-speed processor that allows for advanced video
applications. This camcorder is equipped with a CMOS 4K Sensor essential
for capturing videos at 3840×2160 resolution. Because of its single
sensor sensitivity, it works impressively over different lighting
conditions. The GYHMQ10U also employs 4K progressive recording in MPEG
4/H.264 format at 144 Mbps. It simplifies optical design, thus captures
accurate images with very minimal aberration