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4K UHD Interchangeable Lens Camera

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Posted August 14, 2015

E1 is the smallest 4K ultra-high definition camera with an interchangeable lens system. It  is Wi-Fi 802.11N, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), and Ambarella A9 image processor equipped. It captures cinema-quality 4K 4096×2160 video at 24 frames per second or ultra-high definition video 3840×2160 at 30 frames per second with H.264 compression.

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To reduce noise and jitter it uses 3D noise filters with motion compensated temporal filtering (MCTF ) technology, which allows for incredible low-light performance with the camera’s ability to shoot at up to 102,400 ISO while maintaining high image quality, up to 6400 ISO.

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The micro four-thirds lens mount can handle a wide range of AF (auto-focus) lenses available from brands such as Olympus, Panasonic Lumix, Leica and Sigma. It also supports a variety of existing MF (manual-focus) lenses.

Apps are available for iOS and Android, it provide users the ability to control, live stream and manage content via their Wi-Fi or Bluetooth 4.0-enabled devices.

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The project campaign is fully funded on the Kickstarter and reached its funding goal of $42.000, the early bird pricing are gone, but you can still get it for $549, an estimated delivery is on November of 2015.

 

 

Source: Kickstarter 

 

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