March 16, 2015 at 5:07AM


4K video to create a new era

March 12, 2015, Sony Ltd. in Beijing held “ Handycam 30th Anniversary” in which Gudsen showed its MOZA MINI for Sony FDR-X1000V 4K Action Cam.

In order to meet the growing consumer demand for sports shooting and aerial photography, Sony expand cross-border cooperation with Gudsen who provide perfect PTZ solution with its MOZA mini handheld gimbal.

Portable and stable, MOZA mini and Sony FDR-X1000V will bring you the new era of 4K shooting.


They are good news.

March 16, 2015 at 7:28AM

Ragüel Cremades
Film producer and director

MOZA mini integrates Gudsen latest and advanced 3-axis stabilizing technology, lightweight, stable and aerial friendly. Two versions will be available, one for Sony ‪Cam‬ and one for ‪‎Gopro‬. Feel free to speak out your thoughts!

March 17, 2015 at 11:18PM

Queena Wong
Web Editor

Panasonic has their own version of this, where the lens and sensor assembly is separate from the recording unit.

Panasonic HX-A500 Wearable 4K POV Camcorder

March 16, 2015 at 9:21AM

Guy McLoughlin
Video Producer

4K will become the new standard and that will be a good thing, but create a new era? What does that even mean? Will it mean a different sort of movie will be made? Will it mean that different people will be making movies? Did the introduction of colour, a far greater change, drastically change the sort of movie made? It is the creativity of the film maker that makes the films, not the tools, no matter how good they are.

May 19, 2015 at 6:10PM, Edited May 19, 6:10PM

Julian Richards
Film Warlord

Before you shoot 4k take a listen to this: Why Indie Filmmakers Should NOT Shoot 4K! -

January 21, 2016 at 12:09PM

Alex Ferrari
Director / Producer

I had all of those same concerns when I shot my first event in 4k with a bitrate of about 600MB/sec. Honestly the processing power and space required was not a hickup. If you have a small gaming rig at least you'll be fine (as long as you're not doing REDCODE 1:1) and a few externals. I would shoot 4k any day... it just depends on what I'm shooting...

January 21, 2016 at 3:13PM, Edited January 21, 3:13PM

Clark McCauley

All the evidence points to 4k being a passing fad, it main purpose is to market to gullible consumers. Now if you want and use 4k you have the freedom to do so and no one esp me wishes to restrict your use of 4k, but saying it is a new standard when the truth is far from that is what we are discussing.
We live in a 720 world, not yet even 1080. If you think you are watching 1080 on netflix or other source, it is most likely you are watching media that is sourced as 1080 video, but seldom anywhere in the USA are you getting it delivered in 1080, by far the majority get in 720 and the public has no demand for HD greater. It also saves netflix etc saves money. The main purpose of 4k is to get you to sell your perfectly good TVs and cameras to replace them with 4k and now they are talking 8k and beyond.
World wide digital projection has replaced film, the standard for digital projection is 2k. Do you think theaters who just bought expensive projectors in 2k will replace them? Then again no public demand in theaters for 4k plus the obvious problems in that the majority of the viewing public will not benefit from 4k in seating position.
This 4k marketing scam is EXACTLY the same tactics with the not too distant past megapixel wars. There is no secret to the downsides of 4k, but if you want to use it, use it, but to claim it is a new standard given that we are not even in a 1080 world is naive.

May 14, 2016 at 11:46AM, Edited May 14, 11:49AM


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