The transition to 4K is beginning in earnest, the next must have catch phrase technology is about to invade our living rooms. A hand full of manufacturers have used this week’s CES show to announce an affordable revolution with four $1000 55 inch UHD TV’s about to hit the market.
The heavy-weights of content delivery are already dividing the spoils; the first battles of the 4K revolution will take place on the internet. CES saw Netflix, YouTube and Amazon all demonstrating 4K content delivered via the internet, each making their intent to dominate clear to the competition. But what device will we use to play this content? What is the perfect media device for that brand new 4K TV?
The floors of CES has been awash with the bright lights of display panels, like watching every television channel in the world at once, images flicker at every point of the vista. How many of those displays were 4K UHD displays? You may be surprised!
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The road to CES, a journey full of anticipation and excitement for the gadget and electronics lovers of the world. In the build up to the big show website Imaging Resource has scooped up a nugget of news, Polaroid it seems will have a leading edge product up its sleeve, an Android camera with interchangeable lenses.
Imaging Resource received confirmation this week from Polaroid CEO Scott Hardy that his company will indeed be displaying their brand new Android Camera front and centre at CES in January. Joining the Samsung Galaxy Camera and the Nikon SC800 the IM1836 is part of the latest camera revolution, common open operating system based cameras.
The Polaroid is compact thanks to the mirrorless design, similar in many ways to the current generation micro four-third interchangeable lens camera’s (ILC), competition not to be taken lightly. Competing against the Sony NEX family, Olympus OMD, Canon EOS G and Panasonic GX1 will require aggressive pricing and a complete feature list.
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