HDMI 2.1 Allows for Dynamic Metadata


In addition to increasing the bandwidth from 18Gbps to 48Gbps, allowing for 8K at 60P and 4K at 120P, and improved audio handling, the new 2.1 HDMI standard improves dynamic range and HDR potentials significantly by allowing scene by scene settings rather than a global setting at the start.  See this article for more.

Fujifilm X-T20 Smaller ASPC Camera with 4K for 10 Minutes


10 minutes is too limiting for some styles of shooting, but it’s nice to have choice and smaller bodies.  This model is the upgrade the X-T10 and includes a better sensor, autofocus and 4K video over its predecessor.  People will not be flocking to this body for its 4K, but it might serve as a second body to some who are already deep into the Fuji ecosystem.

The body will be $900 or $1000 or $1200 with two options of kit lenses.