Cameras Go 4K
The International CES 2015 held a lot of hope for the digital camera market. While the past two years have shown a dip in point-and-shoot camera sales by nearly half, new digital imaging technology is proving not just to keep premium sub-categories alive, but to breathe new life into the market altogether.
All around the CES floor, 4K Ultra HD displays were everywhere. Still notably absent, though, was a lot of 4K content.
ame in the form of two models setting the standard in both the Handycam and Action Cam 4K categories. The Sony AX33 is half the size and price of the AX100—last year's first 4K high-end camera to hit the consumer market. Also new is the FDR-X1000V 4K Action Cam, promoted as the "first true 4K Action Cam" on the market. Both the X1000V and the AX33 are enhanced with improved image stabilization for three-times-better image vibration reduction. The idea, said new D5500, the upgrade from last year's DS5300 that includes enhanced burst mode, 16 unique scene modes, and Wi-Fi image transfer.
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