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Olympus is working on 8K video for their Micro Four Thirds cameras

In a recent interview with Focus Numerique Olympus executives revealed that image sensor with 8K video support will be coming to future Micro Four Third cameras:

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Panasonic’s new 8k camera to be announced this fall?

Panasonic is rumored to announce their new 8k camera this fall (most likely for Photokina). In 8k photo mode each image will be 33.5 MP in size and you will be able to re-focus simply by touching anywhere on the image.

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Panasonic will have 8k video sensor by 2018

Panasonic will resume the development of sensors capable of recording 8k video and wants to bring this technologies to consumer level cameras. The company halted their 8k development back in 2011, but now they are investing over $80 million in the next generation 8k image sensor that should be ready by 2018 (previous plans were for 2020).

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Panasonic talks about 8K video again (ready by 2020)

The Japanese website nikkan.co.jp reports that Panasonic will have cameras with 8k video recording capabilities by 2020. The company is currently working on the development of next-generation image processing large-scale integrated circuit (10th generation high-speed image processing Venus Engine): Panasonic has developed a digital camera and broadcast business camera the number of pixels corresponding to the […]

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DC.Watch interviews with Ricoh, Fuji, Olympus, Sony and Panasonic

After the DC.Watch interviews with Nikon and Canon, here is a quick recap of the remaining Q&A with Ricoh, Fuji, Olympus, Sony and Panasonic: Ricoh interview recap: No plans for GR zoom lens Pentax continues with the development of a full frame DSLR camera (no release dates were given) New K mount lenses coming in 2015 […]

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