List of 4K video recording devices

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This is a list of devices which can record video in 4K resolution. As digital video authoring systems could be considered re-recording systems, these should be included.

Professional cameras[edit]

Sony Handycam FDR-AX1
  • Arri Alexa
  • Astrodesign AH-4413 – released in 2012 and records at 3840×2160 (8.3 megapixels)[1]
  • AXIOM is an open source hardware modular camera that allows users to swap sensors. For research and development the ams Sensors Belgium CMV12000 was used, which allows the camera to record up to 300 fps (10 bit), 132 fps (12 bit) at 4K Resolution [2]
  • Blackmagic Production Camera 4K – announced April 8, 2013[3][4]
  • Blackmagic Ursa - Capable of 4.6K recording
  • Blackmagic Ursa Mini - Capable of 4.6K recording and 4K recording (different camera)
  • Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro - The same sensor as URSA or URSA Mini 4.6K, but with built-in ND Filters and more ergonomics options, Interchangeable lens mount (EF, PL or B4) Announced in NAB 2017. Costs $1,000 more than EF URSA Mini 4.6K at 60 FPS. Records on CFast 2.0 Cards (Dual) and UHS-II SD Cards (Dual)
  • Canon EOS C500[5] – released in 2012 and records in DCI 4K
  • Dalsa Origin – released in 2003 and records at 4096×2048 (8.3 megapixels). The Dalsa Origin II is no longer available. Dalsa discontinued the Digital Cinema division in 2008. The Origin II was available via a rental-only model similar to Panavision.
  • FOR-A FT-ONE - records 4K at up to 900 FPS
  • JVC GY-HMQ10 – released in 2012 and records at UHD 4K (3840×2160, 8.3 megapixels)
  • Panasonic HC-X1000 2014 - capable to record in 4K (3840 × 2160) and Cinema 4K (4096 × 2160), 60p/50p, 20× optical zoom, built-in ND filter
  • Panasonic DVX-200 - 4k 60fps
  • Point Grey FL3-U3-88S2C-C 8.8 MP Color USB 3.0 – released in 2012 and records at DCI 4K (the framerate is limited to 21 fps)[6]
  • RED EPIC – released in 2011 and records at 5K RAW (5120×2700 13.8 megapixels) & DCI 4K (4096×2160, 8.8 megapixels)
  • RED Scarlet-X – released in November 2011
  • RED ONE – released in 2007 and records at 4096×2304 (11.5 megapixels)
  • Sony Handycam FDR-AX1[7]
  • Sony XDCAM PXW-Z100[8][9]
  • Sony PXW-FS7M2 – released in 2016
  • Sony PXW-FS7 – released in 2014
  • Sony PXW-FS5
  • Sony NEX-FS700R
  • Sony NEX-FS700UK (with external recorder, e.g. Odyssey 7Q)
  • Sony CineAlta F5 (can record at 16-bit raw)
  • Sony CineAlta F55
  • Sony CineAlta F65
  • Vision Research Phantom 65 - no longer in production
  • Vision Research Phantom Flex4K - records 4K @ up to 1000 FPS - previewed on April 8, 2013[10]

DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras[edit]

Consumer video cameras[edit]

Consumer cameras (no interchangeable lens)[edit]

Mobile devices[edit]

Rugged Compact Cameras[edit]

Wearable cameras[edit]

  • GoPro HERO3 Black Edition (2012) – 4K (15 fps) and DCI 4K (12 fps), fixed "Ultra Wide" Field of view
  • GoPro HERO3+ Black Edition (slim) - , 4K (15 fps) and DCI 4K (12 fps), fixed "Ultra Wide" field of view
  • Panasonic HX-A500E - 3840 x 2160 30fps
  • GoPro HERO4 (2015) - 4k at up to 15fps (silver edition) or up to 30fps (black edition)
  • GoPro HERO5 (2016) - Wi-Fi and touch screen
  • GoPro HERO6 (2017) - 4K @ 60fps, 1080p @ 240fps
  • Sony FDR-X1000V, FDR-X3000 - 3840 x 2160 30fps
  • Z Camera E1 - 3840x2160 @ 30p, 4096x2160 @ 24p
  • DJI OSMO - 4096x2160 @ 24/25p, 3840x2160 @ 24/25/30p, Hand held
  • DJI ZENMUSE X5 - 4096×2160 @ 24/25p; 3840×2160 @ 25/30p, 4/3-inch CMOS sensor - Can be attached to a drone or to DJI OSMO for hand held.
  • DJI ZENMUSE X5R - same as X5 but records Lossless cinema 4K RAW video - Average 1.7 Gbit/s bitrate (2.4Gbit/s maximum) - Removable 512GB SSD
  • DJI ZENMUSE X5S - up to 5K resolution with additional license, RAW ($1000) or ProRes codec ($500)
  • DJI ZENMUSE X7 - up to 6K RAW
  • YI 4k - 3840x2160 @ 30fps
  • YI 4k plus - 3840x2160 @ 60fps
  • andoer c5 pro
  • thieye t5
  • eken h8 plus
  • sjcam sj7 star
  • Warning: the majority of cheap action camera falsely claim to be 4k capable - check the list of "fake 4k action cam" : https://dashcamtalk.com/forum/threads/the-list-of-shame-fake-4k-cameras-and-cmos-size.16490/

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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