Canon is showing off some impressive kit at its Global Expo 2015 in Paris, a camera which records in 8k resolution along with displays capable of the same impressive pixel count of 7680×4320. None of these products are close to being released but do show what the next generation of video technology holds for us. It is probably good that we won't have these cameras soon, you don't want to see any of the crew here at that level of detail. It is of course impossible to show off just how beautiful the video The Inquirer saw on lesser monitors such as we mortals possess but it is still worth popping over for a peek.
"CANON has shown off its latest range of ultra-high definition imaging technologies, including 8K cameras, displays and projector demonstrations."
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