With the release of the latest crop of 4K cameras, it is time to ask what makes them special and why you should care about them.
Here’s everything you need to know about 4K video cameras and what you need for your next shoot.
First things first, a bit about 4k:It’s a new, faster way to record videos.
The new cameras have an impressive range of 4,096 frames per second, but it is also faster than what you’re used to, says Matt Woodman, CEO of The 3D Robotics Company, which is behind the Panasonic 4K camera.
That means they are capable of 4k, but not as good as what we’re used in.4k is still a relatively small field of photography, with a handful of devices like the Panasonic GH4 and Nikon D810 being available to consumers.
But with an estimated 4 million people still shooting 4K content, you might be wondering why it’s worth considering a 4K camcorder.
If you want to capture a 4k movie, you need a camera that can shoot it.
That means you need the right codecs, which are designed to produce high quality 4K images, and you also need a large enough sensor to cover the 4k frame.
The Panasonic GH5 has a 25MP sensor, which means you’ll need to have a camera with a resolution of 2,280 x 1,920.
But you could also shoot with a higher resolution camera like the Sony A7 or the Olympus OM-D E-M1.
The Panasonic GH-G5 is a 4,000mAh battery-powered camera that has an amazing range of sensors and a powerful processor.
You can get the Panasonic Panasonic GH1 with a 1.5MP sensor and an 8MP sensor if you’re not keen on the extra megapixels, but the GH5 is an incredible deal at £999, with no contract.
You’ll need an HDMI-equipped monitor if you plan to use the GH-5 in a 4×4 or 4×3 configuration, but most 4K cinemas also offer a variety of 1080p and 4K TV sets.
If the GH4 or GH5 are not your cup of tea, Panasonic is offering the Panasonic Lumix GH3 for £799, a similar camera but with a much larger sensor and wider frame.
If you’re looking for something more affordable, there are also a couple of cheaper alternatives to the GH3: the Panasonic D7000, which has a 3.7MP sensor with a wide aperture of f/2.8 and a 1,880 x 1:1 aspect ratio, and the Sony PX-1 for £999.
For more affordable 4K TVs, you could look to Panasonic’s Lumix D3 for around £800, but if you want a 4-inch TV with a 1080p resolution, you can find it for around $1,200.
Panasonic offers a range of HDMI-compatible 4K televisions, but we haven’t tested any of them, so we can’t say which ones we’d recommend.
There are a couple more options to consider if you don’t want to spend too much money on a 4GB or more 4K 4K television, but you should definitely consider getting a 4:4:4 4K HDR TV to get the most out of the images you’re capturing.
You should also check out the Panasonic HDR TVs for the best picture quality, but again, they’re only for people who aren’t interested in the best possible picture quality.
There’s no better way to capture the best 4K image than with a 4×4 or even 4×5 4K screen.
If we’re not shooting 4k content, we’re going to use 4K technology anyway, so why not capture it?
If you’re worried about how the Panasonic cameras will work when you’re shooting in 4K, check out our 4K videos guide.
There is an HDR camera called the Panasonic PX3, which shoots 4K footage at 60 frames per minute, and its image quality is excellent, too.
If the Panasonic is your only option, you should go for the Panasonic A7, which comes with an 8 megapixel sensor and a 1080P resolution.
If all you’re interested in is 4K for the sake of being able to see the images, you’re better off with a smartphone.
You can get a Panasonic Lumico 6 for around the same price as the Panasonic, but its camera is limited to 1080p.
If, on the other hand, you want the best of both worlds, then the Samsung NX1 is your best bet.
It has a 1MP sensor for 4K at 60fps, but unlike the Panasonic or the Lumico, the NX1 does not support HDR, so you won’t get the best out of it.
You also won’t be able to shoot 4K from the Samsung device, so that’s a big plus.