Panasonic is revealing its latest range of 4K-enabled products at IFA, one of the world’s largest consumer electronics trade fairs. Extending the current portfolio, the newest products enable users to capture, share and view content in stunning Ultra High Definition quality.
Panasonic’s new range of premium 4K devices for 2014 add to an ever-expanding end-to-end product range. In its VIERA TV line-up, Panasonic has introduced the new flagship AX900 – featuring the best picture performance – in addition to the 85 inch X940 model and AX630 series, which sit alongside its existing AX800. In the imaging arena, Panasonic has launched the new HC-X1000, its first prosumer camcorder capable of recording 4K 60p/50p video images on an SD card. This joins Panasonic’s existing 4K-enabled digital imaging equipment such as LUMIX GH4, LUMIX FZ1000 and the A500 wearable camera, designed to capture high quality and unique images whenever the opportunity arises.
Michikazu Matsushita, Deputy Managing Director, Panasonic Consumer Marketing Europe said, “At Panasonic we strive to continually deliver the most advanced range of consumer electronics products to the market. Our 4K-enabled devices are no different. This incredible technology enables users to experience video, photo and home entertainment in extraordinary detail.”
Panasonic’s range of 4K consumer devices is complemented by its range of 4K solutions for business, such as the 4K tablet and broadcast cameras, underlining the company’s commitment to bringing 4K technology to a wider range of industries.