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 open source hardware using a 4K image sensor (AXIOM Alpha cannot shoot video in 4K, but AXIOM Beta can record 4K Anamorphic 12-bit at 120 FPS.)[2][3][4]
  • Blackmagic Production Camera 4K – announced April 8, 2013[5][6]
  • 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&nbps;FPS. Records on CFast 2.0 Cards (Dual) and UHS-II SD Cards (Dual)
  • Canon EOS C500[7] – 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)[8]
  • 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[9]
  • Sony XDCAM PXW-Z100[10][11]
  • 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[12]

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 – released in 2012 and records with a fixed "Ultra Wide" Field of view at 4K (15 fps) and DCI 4K (12 fps)
  • GoPro HERO3+ Black Edition – slim version records with a fixed "Ultra Wide" Field of view at 4K (15 fps) and DCI 4K (12 fps)
  • Panasonic HX-A500E 3840 x 2160 30fps
  • GoPro HERO4 Released in 2014 and records up to 30 fps in 4k (black edition) and at 15 fps for the silver edition
  • GoPro HERO5 Announced in September 2016 and has built-in Wi-Fi and touch screen
  • Sony FDR-X1000V, FDR-X3000 3840 x 2160 30fps
  • Z Camera E1 4096x2160/24p resolution, as well as 3840x2160/30p
  • DJI OSMO (4096 x 2160) 24/25p as well as (3840 x 2160) 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 - Can record in 5K RAW but with a license ($500) or record in ProRes with a license ($1000). [Please check if it's upside down and delete this note if verified. Thank you - Kenji.]
  • YI 4k
  • YI 4k plus
  • 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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