Latest in 4k

Image credit:

Panasonic's first-person 4K camera debuts at CES, set for launch in late 2014

Alexis Santos
01.07.14
13 Shares
Share
Tweet
Share

Sponsored Links

Wearable devices and 4K are two of the biggest trends at CES, and Panasonic has managed to make both collide. The outfit's revealed a UHD camera that folks can wear on their head with the help of a plastic mount that wraps around their ears and neck. While the prototype is nearly identical to the HX-A100 cam the firm debuted at last year's show (yes, it's still waterproof), this Ultra High-Definition model is lined with some more powerful innards. Detailed tech specs are being kept under lock and key, but the unit on display was sending a live feed of the pixel-packed footage to a 4K display through a mini-HDMI port -- a feature that will be available in the final version. Despite the hardware's compact form, it produced sharp video free of stuttering, and caught a fairly wide field of view courtesy of its fisheye lens. While there's no word on pricing, the first-person camera is slated for a release later this year.

Gallery: Panasonic wearable 4K camera at CES | 5 Photos

All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
Comment
Comments
Share
13 Shares
Share
Tweet
Share

Popular on Engadget

Fujifilm's X-Pro3 can focus in almost complete darkness

Fujifilm's X-Pro3 can focus in almost complete darkness

View
US Air Force gets its first anti-drone laser weapon from Raytheon

US Air Force gets its first anti-drone laser weapon from Raytheon

View
Mazda's first electric car opens up thanks to 'Freestyle' doors

Mazda's first electric car opens up thanks to 'Freestyle' doors

View
SpaceX hopes to offer satellite internet to customers by mid-2020

SpaceX hopes to offer satellite internet to customers by mid-2020

View
Google Home update leaves some speakers unusable

Google Home update leaves some speakers unusable

View

From around the web

Page 1Page 1ear iconeye iconFill 23text filevr