Sony has a new line-up of HD Handycam Camcorders at CES 2013 ranging from the flagship, $1,599 HDR-PJ790V to the $249 HDR-CX220. All the Handycam line now offers the ability to switch between AVCHD or web-friendly MP4 formats.
Read more on the new Sony Handycam models here at Tech Tilt.
At it’s CES 2013 press conference on Monday, Sony unveiled a concept model of an upcoming 4K consumer camcorder. Sony had a mock-up of this 4K camcorder under glass in their booth at CES.
While Sony referred to this camera as a consumer model, it is clear from looking at it that the camera is at least a prosumer model in terms of available features – if not a low-end pro model. [click to continue…]
Canon France posted what appears to be a new ad campaign teaser for what looks like it could be a new video camera. Along with the above ad, Canon France posted the following message:
Soon, we will share information that will change the way you look at the world…
With CES 2013 just around the corner, we should know soon enough. Based on the way the girl is holding her hand up in the teaser ad, it seems like this should be some sort of palm-sized video camera with an articulating (or twisting) display. [click to continue…]
The JVC GY-HMQ10 is a new 4K camcorder, which captures the full 3840 x 2160 resolution at 24p, 30p and 60p frame rates. Yeah, 60p at 4K…
The HMQ10 features a 1/2.3″ CMOS sensor at a true 8.2MP for pixel-to-pixel rendering of the 4K image. It is equipped with a fixed 10x zoom lens with an f/2.8 minimum aperture (f/4.5 at full tele).
Check out this quick overview video from the CES 2012 show floor. [click to continue…]
GoPro has stepped up its game again with the latest GoPro HD HERO2. The new HD HERO2 offers a number of different resolutions and frame rates for video, as well as providing 11MP still image capture, an external mic input and a whole lot more.
Check out the promo video below, which shows off some spectacular footage captured with the HD HERO2 (be sure to full-screen this one). [click to continue…]
Speculation surrounding Canon’s November 3 announcement continues to be a big topic of conversation (just what Canon wanted, right?). Canon Rumors received another tip with a couple of vague specs.
The tipster claims a video camera with a Super 35 sensor (roughly APS-C sized), compact flash recording and 3 new lenses announced alongside the camera. While that’s not much to go on, the new lenses makes a lot of sense – particularly in light of my review of Canon’s recent patent application for video-optimized EF lenses that feature an aperture ring.
One month from today, we’ll know for sure. In the mean time, stay tuned for the latest. And if you have any insight into what’s coming next feel free to drop a line via the contact form and let me know.