Panasonic: There are No Breakthroughs in Flash Technology for 4K Video December 30th 2014 - 08:00 AM

4K video is having a growing impact beyond home viewing on television sets. Cinema cameras that record 4K video are now being widely used to make feature films, while low-cost 4K still cameras are being used in photography to select 4K moving frames as still images — redefining the traditional concept o

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