To Olympus consider possible support 8K video cameras in the Micro Four Thirds system
In an interview with the source, the representative of Olympus talked about some of the innovations that consumers can expect in future cameras the Japanese manufacturer. In particular, touched upon the support 8K video.
Akira Watanabe (Akira Watanabe) managing for Olympus planning the release of new products, said that the company believes can release cameras the Micro Four Thirds system with support for 8K video.
«We can assure you that the development of sensors with a resolution of 33 megapixels for shooting video 8K is not a problem, — quotes the source of his words. In 2003 we began a Four Thirds sensor with a resolution of 5 MP. Now the same sensor resolution 20 MP provides much higher image quality, especially with regard to electronic noise».
In addition, the representative Olympus has hinted at the development of corporate applications using Bluetooth, and the possibility of a shooting mode with a high resolution with it. The specific timing of the emergence of these developments in mass products still unknown.
Source: Focus Numerique
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