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Panasonic cameras that'll be released at CES

http://www.43rumors.com/the-full-lis...coming-at-ces/

Panasonic announcement on January 5th at around 5-6am London time:

DMC-TZ100 (colors black and silver) This compact camera has a 1" chip with a f/2.8-5.9 & 25-250mm equivalent lens. Shoots in 4K.
http://photorumors.com/2016/01/01/ne...to/#more-78144

DMC-TZ80 (colors black and silver) 1/2.3" chip. Shoos in 4K.

HC-VXF990 and HC-VX980. Replacements to the current HC-VX870 and HC-WX970 4K camcorders.

Not sure if anything been leaked yet for Sony, Canon, JVC and Samsung. Wont be long until CES anyway.

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Typical if they replace the consumer cams while the GH4 has been around for centuries.
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My oldest GH4 video on youtube is from May 1 2014 so the GH5 is due to be shown at CES this week.
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Yeah both the Panasonic GH4 and the Sony AX100 needs to be replaced.
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Could this be the year of 4K @60fps ?
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With UHS-II support like the NX1 and Panasonic G7 the GH5 should be good for 4K @60fps using the fastest UHS-II SDXC cards like the 2000x Lexar SDXC UHS-II card.

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Could this be the year of 4K @60fps ?
Gee. I thought you liked your 4K in 30p.
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I love it, but that doesn't mean I ignore progress.
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Hi

Looking forward to a GH5 sometime this year, it will definitely do 60fps/4K. 4K at 30fps just makes no sense, it was a new resolution at a legacy frame-rate just to get the products out there sooner rather than later. 60fps in 4K looks fantastic.

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Editing software will have to catch up. I'm not sure what programs can currently do 4K @60p .

Certainly most 4K computer monitors can't.
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Info on Panasonic's new 4K cameras.
http://www.cnet.com/products/panasonic-wxf991/

Press photo of the WXF991 camcorder
http://www.flickr.com/photos/paulote...eposted-public

It'll release in March.

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An eyepiece that tilts up - what a welcome novelty!
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Certainly most 4K computer monitors can't.
That isn't really so. Any 4k computer monitor with a display port 1.2 or HDMI 2.0 will do (excepting HDCP overhead) 60Hz. The problem is that most graphics cards in existence aren't HDMI 2.0 capable, although quite a few have display port connections.
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So then the net effect is then the same. Those monitors will not display 4K @60p . It's also questionable how many 4K computers (short of large desktops), can have their graphics cards swapped out. I know on my 5K iMac, swapping out the graphics card is not a job for the novice. Adding RAM is easy, but graphics cards not so much.

My 4K Toshiba laptop does not allow for a graphics card replacement. So even when HDMI 2.0 graphics cards become available, in many cases a new computer may be the only solution.
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