January 8, 2014
CES 2014: Panasonic’s all new 4K camera is wearable, really
Panasonic have shown off their amazing new UHD camera that joins the long league of wearable devices that have rained down on CES this year. This Ultra High-Definition camera is wearable with the help of a plastic mount. On the inside, it’s pure muscle as one report states. Through there are too few sources to help us splurge any information on detailed specifications, it is a given that Panasonic wouldn’t waste this brainwave to entry-level specifications. To testify to this is Panasonic’s unit of the camera on display at CES that sent live feeds to a 4K display through a mini-HDMI port.
What we can look forward to from this technology is the ability to develop helmet cameras, adventure sport cameras and other first-person shooting modes. There is no word on the pricing either. It can be expected by the end of this year.
[Via – Engadget]