Okay, this video is just for fun. But it’s always mildly interesting how big or small a copious amount of money can increase your video quality. We were really hoping RED would try and make some more affordable cameras to compete in a lower market segment as they previously were thinking about. I guess Blackmagic fills that role now.
If you bring in professionals you can make almost any camera look good. That said, despite the high production value the iPhone X shoots decent 4K video for a phone and in a pinch it should do the trick, especially for electronic news gathering.
The cameras in these phones appear significantly improved and 4K 30P with OIS is a good thing. The iPhone 7 Plus features two lenses: 28mm F1.8 and 56mm F2.8 equivalents.
Now if only Apple TV would support 4K…
The new 15 Inch MacBook Pro has support for 4096×2160 at 60Hz (as opposed the 3840×2160 at 60Hz from the previous model). 5K is supported via a dual-cable DisplayPort setup.
This is a step in the right direction for Apple.
Multiple sources have indicated that Apple has ceased exploring, at least for the present, a 4K TV made by apple.
The consensus is that they couldn’t find a way to sell a premium TV that made sense. The major TV manufactures already have premium models that would be hard to match, let alone beat. Aesthetics matter less when it comes to TV because of the minimalist ethic that already dominates TVs.