Panasonic claims there is no demand for 8k video

In a recent interview from China published on Weibo, Panasonic managers claimed that demand for 8K video in digital cameras is weak and therefore they do not have plans to implement 8K in their upcoming cameras. This is interesting because Panasonic was one of the first companies to promote and push 8k video a few years ago:

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