Here at CES, Panasonic has added two new camcorders to its 4K Ultra High Definition line that was introduced last year, the HC-WXF991 and HC-VX981. These are impressively compact, almost as small as the HD models. (There are also three new Full-HD models, the HC-W580, HC-V380 and HC-V180.)
The Nikon D5 and D500 are an update of the Nikon’s video capability. They can now shoot video at 3840x2160 at 24, 25, or 30 frames per second. For time-lapses, utilizing 4K will be easier with the Time-lapse Movie function.
Kodak is working on a Super 8 camera. You’d hardly call that news, except it’s 2016, and you were expecting the smallest, wearable, self-driving, 8K and spec’d out electronic on a drone. Nope, Kodak is embracing film and launching the Super 8 Revival Initiative.
Blackmagic Design has announced that the public beta of Fusion 8 Studio for both Mac OS X and Windows is now available for download from the company’s website. The company also announced that DaVinci Resolve 12 Studio, the full version of its professional editing and color correction software, is available from the Mac App Store