While 4K resolutions have yet to become the standard format and used widely everywhere, we guess it’s got to start somewhere, right? Well if you’re looking for a camera that can shoot 4K videos, you do have some options out there but word on the street has it that Panasonic is currently preparing a micro four-thirds camera with 4K video recording capabilities that will be making its debut in 2014. The device will be known as the GH4, presumably the successor to last year’s Panasonic GH3 camera.
According to the rumors, the GH4 apart from having 4K video recording capabilities, will also feature a 16MP sensor, 1/8000 shutter speed, a 1 million dot LCD display, a 21mm OLED viewfinder, time coding, and is expected to retail for a whopping $3,800. We’re not sure if this price tag is because of its 4K video capabilities or if there are other features that justifies its asking price. Either way take it with a grain of salt for now, but we’ll definitely be keeping our eyes peeled for more information about this camera and update you guys accordingly.
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