Xiaomi Yi 4K Action Camera
The Yi Action Camera is very impressive. It boasts 4K UHD and 2.5K Video at 30 fps, 1080p up to 120 fps / 720p up to 240 fps, and 12MP Photos with 30 fps Burst Mode. Other features include an ultra wide angle lens (with in-camera lens distortion correction), electronic image stabilization, dual-band Wi-Fi & Bluetooth connectivity and video / photo time-lapse modes. The video and stills captured by the Yi are spectacular!
One of the best features of the Yi is the 2.19″ LCD touchscreen on the back of the camera. Unlike other action cameras, you can view, review, and change settings via the touchscreen.
Yi Action Camera Touchscreen
This item will soon be available in Studio 300.
GoPro Hero4 Black Edition
If you’re looking for a small action camera that can capture video at 4K/UHD (3,840 pixels wide by 2,160 pixels high), it doesn’t get much better than the GoPro Hero4 Black. The captured video is nothing less than stunning.
The Hero4 is capable of 4K30, 2.7K60 and 1080p120 video, 720p240 video for super slow-motion, and 12MP photos at up to 30 frames per second. Other features include ProTune recording, time lapse photo, integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It’s also waterproof to 130 feet (with case).
Stop by Studio 300 and check out the Hero4 for up to three days. You will be amazed at what this camera can do.
The 4K TV format (also known as Ultra HD or UHD) is the next step up from today’s current HD. 4K TV offers four times the resolution of HDTV — that’s 4096 x 2304 pixels vs. HD’s 1920 x 1080. The 4K format delivers an incredibly clear and detailed image along with significantly larger screen sizes — 85″ to 120″. The 4K TV’s higher resolution also allows you to sit closer to the screen without seeing picture pixelation.
Most of the major manufacturers currently have 4K models available. Unfortunately, there is only limited content available today. As the number of 4K TVs increase in the market, more 4k content will become available. The good news is that all new 4K TVs will display regular HD and even upscale the picture to take full advantage of the 4K display. As with any new technology, the prices are higher than HDTV’s, but that will change in the near future. If you’re in the market for a big screen TV, 4K might be worth considering.