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Sony 4k camcorders Images Leaked

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Sony upcoming 4K camcorders Images Leaked today. We do expect that Sony upcoming coming camcorders will have less price tag then Canon recently announced 4K camcorders.

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Sony upcoming camcorders image. More details are coming shortly…

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Canon GX10, XA11 and XF405 Images Leaked

Canon GX10 image

We have already published the list of leaked images of the upcoming camera here. The above you see is the first image of Canon GX10 camera, the camera features 4K recording option and 15X optical zoom. A excellent tool for newsmakers, the camcorder also have built in WiFi for wireless transmission of data.

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Sony 6K E-Mount Camcorder Coming

Sony 6K camera

According to latest rumors Sony may announce 6K based E-mount camcorder today, the camera may carry a Full frame sensor inside it and will have AF system similar to recently announced Sony A6300 camera.

Take a look at the rumored specification of the camera mentioned below
Sony 6K sensor
Improved AF similar to the a6300,
10bit 4:2:2 Internal recording (not LongGop)
RAW output similar to the one coming to the FS5
A new Sony Touchscreen
Improved Menu System, and easy access to commonly used features.
Improvement Colour Science
Improved White Balance
Price is slightly above the FS7

Sony looks now prepared to announce a 6K monster this NAB 2016.

Other latest rumors suggest that Panasonic is also preparing to announce a 6K consumer level mirrorless camera in 2016 2017.

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A Detailed Look - Blackmagic URSA and CFast Cards


Recently, at NAB, Blackmagic Design stunned the production world with a revolutionary new 4K camera. Called the URSA, this new production camera from Blackmagic has features never seen before features on a camera with a price point under $7,000 US (Blackmagic URSA at B&H). First of all, the URSA has a 10-inch fold out monitor attached to the body of the camera on the DOP side via a heavy-duty hinge—this should last years of heavy production usage. Not only does the camera come with a large 10.1-inch monitor, it’s 1920×1200 resolution—a first for any production camera in terms of size and resolution. Thus, saving two-grand on a Marshall 9 inch or similar 3GSDI monitor. Next, the URSA comes with an interchangeable mount and sensor via the removal of four screws. This allows the user to change from EF to PL to B4 mount in a matter of minutes. Lastly, this leads us to our final item—the use of a new standard, the CFast media card—a blazing fast storage device based on a Compact Flash lineage.


The new CFast cards are based on their predecessor, the CF card. The CF card has been used in a variety of storage applications, most recently the majority of all DSLR cameras. CF, which stands for Compact Flash was the standard for all DSLR cameras up till 2005. According to the Compact Flash Wiki page, “A variant of CompactFlash known as CFast is based on the Serial ATA bus, rather than the Parallel ATA/IDE bus for which all previous versions of CompactFlash are designed. “

After 2005, SD cards gained more traction—especially with the Panasonic GH1 in March of 2009 and then latter with the GH2 and GH3. Prior to the introduction of the GH1, by 2005 SD cards had achieved 40% of the market with manufacturers such as Canon, Casio, Fujifilm, Kodak, Leica, Olympus, Pentax and Samsung using SD cards in many of their consumer product lines.

Flash forward to 2014. Due to the need for faster data transfer speeds with today’s data intensive cinema cameras, the need for faster cards has been part of the explosion in 2K and 4K cinema cameras that have hit the market in recent years. As of the article, there are two cameras, which currently use the new CFast cards: The Arri ALEXA and Blackmagic’s new URSA. Arri states on their website the their reasoning regarding their preference for CFast cards over the older SxS cards originally designed and manufactured by Sony, “Because of their high data rate, CFast 2.0 cards support higher frame rates than SxS PRO cards, enabling recording of ProRes 4444 up to 120 fps. The 120 GB CFast 2.0 cards have about twice the recording capacity of 64 GB SxS PRO cards.”

However, the New CFast cards come with a mixed blessing. On one hand the new cards are fast, fast enough for uncompressed video and the demands of high-speed 4K frame rates. On the other hand, the new CFast cards are not backwards compatible with Compact Flash cards of previous generations, and quite expensive—a 120mb SanDisk CFast card retails for around $1,200. Another item of note is that a 120mb CFast cad can only record 6 minutes of raw data in the new URSA camera and 20 minutes of ProRes, 10-bit 422. Lexar has a 256mb CFast card due out on the market soon, which should double the recording rates of SanDisk’s 120mb CFast card to 40 minutes and 12 minutes respectively. With the advent of a new camera, which gives you so many new features such as a 10.1-inch HD monitor, interchangeable, mounts and upgradeable sensors for future proofing your investment, there is always a give and take. The new CFast media may not be cheap, but as companies like Blackmagic Design and others continue to put affordable kit into the hands of indie filmmakers, the democratizations of cinema production continues to evolve in new and interesting ways.

About the Author: Thomas Cznarty is a lecturer at the State University of New York at New Paltz. Currently, he teaches in the Communication and Media department. He writes poetry, short fiction and screenplays. Thomas Cznarty is also a filmmaker and media producer with a strong background in film and television production.

HX A500 - Wearable 4K Camcorder from Panasonic


Panasonic announced a wearable 4K camcorder HX-A500, the camcorder is divided into two parts, first part is camera records 4K videos at 30 fps with a 1/2.3″ BSI sensor, Full HD recording is also available at 60 /30 fps and high-speed recording can be done upto 240 fps at lower resolution.

The other part connected via wire is a recorder, the recorder have very few buttons for fast and easy operation and comes with built in WiFi and NFC.

The system is waterproof up to 10 feet so you can also record pain free 4K video during  your diving adventures.

HX A500 available for pre-order at B&H Store

HX A500 Sample Video

Sony FDR-AX1 - First Consumer 4K Video Vamera from Sony

Sony-4K-camcorderBuy Sony  FDR-AX1 from Amazon | B&H

Sony announced world first consumer 4K camcorder that features 1/2.3″ Exmor R 8.3MP CMOS Image Sensor and records 4K 3840 x 2160p Video at 60 fps, it comes with a 20x optical zoom lens / 31.5 – 630mm (35mm equivalent), FDR-AX1’s image processor is identical to those in 4K camcorders used by professionals, take a look at the major features below

Sony FDR-AX1 Major features

  • Record 4K 3840 x 2160p Video at 60 fps
  • 1/2.3″ Exmor R 8.3MP CMOS Image Sensor
  • Sony G Lens with 20x Optical Zoom
  • Built-In Microphone & Dual Pro XLR Jacks
  • Dual XQD Card Slots for 4K Recording
  • XAVC-S Format for 150 Mbps 4K Recording
  • Three ND Filters & Five Paint Functions
  • Independent Zoom, Focus & Iris Rings
  • Seven Assignable Buttons & HDMI Output
  • Supports TRILUMINOS Color Technology


In addition to a high-performance internal microphone, the FDR-AX1 features two external XLR jacks for connecting external microphones, the camera comes with three ND filters for adjusting the amount of light entering the image sensor from the lens. There are also four filter settings: Clear, 1/4 filter, 1/16 filter and 1/64 filter. These filters and settings give users the ability to match shooting conditions, as well as adjust the shutter speed and aperture even on bright, sunny days.

Sony HDR-MV1 Music Camcorder - Captures High-Quality Video and Audio



Buy Sony HDR-MV1 from Amazon | B&H

Sony HDR-MV1 Music Camcorder – Captures High-Quality Video and Audio, the Sony HDR-MV1 records Full HD 1920 x 1080p video at 30 fps and record stereo sound with 120 Degree X/Y mic, 44.1kHz/16-bit LPCM format or the 48kHz/128kbps AAC format,

Sony HDR-MV1 Music Camcorder

  • Full HD 1920 x 1080p Video at 30 fps
  • Record Audio Using LPCM or AAC Formats
  • Built-In Wi-Fi with One Touch NFC
  • 120° Stereo Microphone Array
  • 120° Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar Lens
  • HDMI Output & Multi Terminal USB Port
  • Clear Photo 2.7″ Widescreen LCD Monitor
  • Microphone Input & Headphone Jack
  • Manual or Auto Audio Level Control
  • On-Screen Meter for Monitoring Levels

Sony HDR-MV1 comes with HDR-MV1’s 2.7″ widescreen LCD monitor, it also features built-in it also features wireless connectivity, the HDR-MV1 features built-in Wi-Fi with One Touch NFC smartphone or tablet pairing..