Videographers could be in for a treat in 2017, as Canon is apparently working on a successor to the EOS 1D C camera. This DSLR might record videos at 8K resolution in order to compete against the RED Weapon among others. For the time being, check out what we know about the Canon EOS 1D C Mark II in this article!
After the recent 6K camera rumors, Panasonic is now thought to be working on an 8K camera. A reliable insider is stating that the company is developing an 8K mirrorless camera, whose development will allegedly be confirmed at Photokina 2016, the world’s biggest digital imaging event which takes place this September.
Canon will be present at the NAB Show 2016 this April. The company has confirmed its participation at the event, while also providing some interesting details about its upcoming products. Tim Smith, Senior Advisor, Film and TV Production, said in an interview that 8K devices will be showcased at the event.
The 2016 edition of the National Association of Broadcasters Show is getting closer and it seems like videographers have one more reasons to be happy about it. There are several gossip talks about the possibility of seeing the Canon C500 Mark II in action at the event, a camcorder that will be capable of recording 8K videos.
Sony is working on a flagship recorder to replace the F65. According to an insider, the Japan-based company will announce a Sony 8K CineAlta camcorder sometime in early 2016. Before its launch event, the source has managed to leak some of its specifications, including the ability to record videos at 8K resolution.