On top of that, you’ll love its 20x optical zoom, hybrid image stabilization and five-channel mic that captures audio impressively well without additional equipment.Unfortunately its battery life isn’t the best, logging just about two hours of recording time, and less when shooting in 4K, but it charges up fast and is a filmmaker favorite nonetheless.It records video in 4K at 30fps (in MP4 format only) or at 1080p and 60fps, and you’ll even capture stills at a high 25 megapixels.
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A gift for your teen to support their budding film career? The HC-V770, Panasonic managed to find the right balance of features, hardware, design, value and convenience.
With Wi Fi and NFC you can instantly connect to your phone, broadcast in real time and control the cam from your mobile device.
It’s also got a bunch of creative filters and effects, and high-quality sound recording.
If you’re a bit more serious about video, you shouldn’t skimp on quality.
The Panasonic HC-WXF991K features sharp 4K Ultra HD recording that any professional will appreciate.
There isn’t a whole lot in the realm of features—it’s got in-camera dolly, zoom and cropping effects, as well as Wi Fi connectivity and a hybrid optical image stabilization—but the 4K shooting is the real selling point here.
That alone ensures its compatibility for the next several years.
The tech is pretty basic, but it’s certainly a contender for any budget/value camcorder.
UHD/4K video still hasn’t quite reached maturity, but it’s only a matter of time.
Don’t miss a moment with the YI 4K sports and action video camera.