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As you probably know, 4k is currently the most common resolution to shoot a film in, so you’d expect that there would be a slew of 4k cameras to choose from when going about their business. Unfortunately, that’s not the case.
The one advantage to 4k is that each 4k frame has a frame size of 4096×2160. That means that you’ve got 4096×2880 for every frame!
It is also the resolution of the highest possible (and highest available) professional camera you can buy (the current best-selling 4K camera is the Panasonic GH5.) As such, shooting at 4440×2160 is an important requirement since this is the highest resolution available.
So, all 4k films and digital cameras are essentially limited to one or the other of these two resolutions. And all 4K digital cameras are currently limited to the Panasonic GH5 or a similar 4K digital camera capable of shooting 4k 60fps.
In other words, you’re looking at a choice between either a great, cheap digital camera (the Panasonic GH5, which shoots 4k in the 60fps range at 4k / 24p) or a medium priced 4k 35mm movie camera.
The Panasonic GH5 is $800, meaning the only 4k camera available at the moment available to American shoppers is the Panasonic GH5. If you want to buy a 4K, quality, 35mm camera with built-in HDMI 3.0, you’re basically looking at a $500 purchase.
I won’t bore you with my reasons, but bear with me for a moment. The Panasonic GH5 costs $800 in the Amazon US store.
The other 4k camera available to American shoppers is the Panasonic GH5. It’s $400 in the Amazon US store. So you’re looking at $500 or even $700 for a real 4k camera and it only shoots in 60fps!
Yes, you read that right! $700 for a 4k camera and a low-end 35mm film medium and cheap digital camera, which has a minimum shutter speed of 1/60th of a second.
That’s a lot of money, especially from a family that can’t really afford that expensive digital camera and you’ve got that little black card in front of you from Amazon that says, “This is what you get for $700 on
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