Two different sources have reported to us that the LG G4 with a resolution of 1620 x 2880 pixels. However this is not confirmed.
More information and some new videos have come out in regards to this camera.
This sensor is found to have about 11.5 stops of dynamic range which is not unreasonable although we were hoping for a bit better. The image so far seems to be pleasing and have potential when properly exposed.
See the following new videos as well as an article about the JVC GY-LS300 from the News Shooter website:
OLED technology along with 4K resolution may very well be the combination that produces the best in-home cinema experience until whatever new technologies dethrone this combination. Unfortunately OLED remains expensive and as we see by the pricing table below the entry price to the 4K OLED world is $4,999.
We have received two separate reports that Panasonic is announcing a video camera at the 2015 NAB show (April 11-16) that has unique and innovative sensor technology. In particular the innovation is centered around dynamic range. We have to wonder if this is the organic CMOS sensor that Panasonic and Fujifilm have been working on.
Apart from the Nvidia Geforce GTX 960, 970, and 980, all other video cards from Nvidia, AMD, and Intel have HDMI 1.4 or less.
This is very significant because HDMI 1.4 can only do 30 frames per second at the 3840×2160 resolution while HDMI 2.0 can do 60 frames per second at 4K resolution.
Additionally, these new HDMI 2.0 video cards also have a H.265 (HEVC) video decoder as opposed to the H.264 video decoder of previous generations.
Please note that Nvidia initially made an error in the specifications for the 970. It’s slightly less powerful than initially represented. There is now a class action lawsuit in regards to this error.
Our sources have not verified that these prices are accurate yet.