ADVANTAGES OF 4K VIDEO & LUMIX 4K PHOTO MODES
With 30 photos per second you’ll have plenty to choose from for the perfect moment.
We all know the disappointment of trying to capture a fleeting shot only to find we haven’t been quick enough. Whether you’re recording a precious moment with your children or a split-second of unexpected action, 4K video and LUMIX 4K Photo Modes will give you a sequence of frames that’s sure to include exactly the shot you want.
A Closer Look at the 4K Photo Function
4K Photo introduces a new way of photography to Panasonic LUMIX Cameras. These features make it easier to capture even the most fleeting moments in high resolution, by allowing you to crop out designated frames from the 4K burst file.
4K Photo Cut Outs
Getting a 4K Photo is simple and easy. Just shoot the subject which is moving or about to move as a 4K video. Once the action is recorded, you can see all frames to choose the best one, which will be saved as a 4K Photo.
4K Photo Modes
Never miss that perfect moment with the exciting new LUMIX-exclusive 4K Photo Modes*:
- 4K Burst
- 4K Burst Start/Stop [S/S]
- 4K Pre-Burst
4K Photo Modes make it easy to capture the moments that would usually flash by too fast for your shutter finger to catch. All you have to do after shooting is pick out the frames you want to keep in the camera and then save them as 8 megapixel-equivalent images.
*Available with selected LUMIX cameras
4K video has now spread from TVs to imaging products, such as camcorders and LUMIX digital cameras.
Four times the resolution of Full-HD, it delivers superb image quality. But that’s not all, 4K offers exciting possibilities for editing.
The 4K Photo function allows you to easily capture a single video frame and use it as a still image, with 8 megapixel resolution, from a 4K burst file.
In addition, with the new 4K Photo mode, you can easily make picture quality setting to the optimum parameter for photo shooting.
Four times the resolution of Full-HD
With 4K, you enjoy beautiful 3840x2160 images – four times the resolution of Full-HD. That’s why even on large-screen TVs, images look clear and realistic, not pixelated.