Thursday, 27 March 2014

Panasonic HX-A500 World’s First 4K Wearable Camera

Panasonic HX-A500

Panasonic HX-A500
The successor to the HX- A100 thus dissociates the GoPro and capable of recording 4K sequences but only at 25 frames per second. Panasonic stick out over a year in the field of action cameras with HX- A100, a curious proposal that stood out in two separate modules is available now, connected by a wire - target and control sensor to operate.

After showing a prototype at last CES in Las Vegas, the company today unveiled the HX -A500, which inherits the unique design of its predecessor and adds to the set to shoot video in 4K resolution. The Panasonic has used the GoPro technology for the last two generations which boast recording in Ultra high definition with 15 frames per second.

But now Panasonic's new camera Panasonic HX- A500, however, can capture 4096 x 2160 pixels at 25 frames per second, making it somewhat in the first action camera capable of recording 4K according to European standards. Panasonic HX- A500 has two modules which control to operate the camera (inside the case to the arm) and the target (mounted on the headband).

Armed with the Crystal Engine Pro + processor, the HX -A500 can also record video stream Full HD at 50 progressive frames per second, as well as sequences of 1280 x 720 pixels at 100 frames and 848 x 480 pixels at 200 frames per second.. Dust resistant and able to dive 3 meters depth and can stay for 30 minutes, the camera also debuts a 1.5-inch monitor and Wi- Fi with NFC technology. The release date and the price are not yet disclosed.

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