Canon's 1D X Mark II DSLR records 4K video for a whopping $5,999

Canon’s 1D X Mark II DSLR records 4K video for a whopping ,999

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Not to be outdone by Nikon’s high-end D5 DSLR, Canon has announced its own full frame DSLR with 4K video recording: the EOS-1D X Mark II.

As the successor to the EOS-1D X, the Mark II is not a camera for the budding photographer or even the intermediate shooter. Its $5,999 (body-only) and $6,299 (kit with 64GB CFast memory card and card reader) price tag should tell you that this camera’s aimed at professionals — folks who will pay top dollar for high performance.

And what performance it has

Let’s talk video first. The 1D X Mark II is Canon’s first “affordable” DSLR with 4K video recording — yes, there was the 1D C, but that DSLR was launched at $15,000 — capable of recording in 4K at up to 60 frames per second (fps). The camera can also record in full HD at up to 120 fps for some really sweet slow-motion video. Read more…

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Sony's Ultra delivers 4K content to your TV, but only if it's a Bravia

Sony’s Ultra delivers 4K content to your TV, but only if it’s a Bravia

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LAS VEGAS — 4K TVs may be cheaper than before, but they still lack native 4K content for consumers to watch on them.

Sony’s remedying that, kinda. At CES, the company announced Ultra, a new 4K streaming service from Sony Pictures that will let users buy 4K movies and TV shows and stream them to their TVs

Sony says it will have roughly 40 to 50 movies at launching, including Men in Black 3, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, and Pineapple Express, to name a few. Sound good?

There’s just one big catch: Ultra will only work on Sony Bravia 4K TVs running Google’s Android TV operating system. That means your Samsung or LG 4K TV won’t be able to stream Ultra Read more…

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