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March 24, 2014

Panasonic outs HX-A500, 4K 25fps wearable camera

Panasonic has announced a new wearable camera that is capable of shooting 4K videos at 25fps – the HX-A500.

The Panasonic HX-A500 aims to be the companion of a frequent traveler or outdoorsman who want to record their activities in ultra high-def. While the GoPro seems to be the more popular choice, the HX-A500 takes the advantage at being able to record 4K videos at a smoother 25fps compared to the GoPro’s 15fps. Lower down the resolution and you can capture videos in slow motion: 1920 x 1080 at 50fps, 1280 x 720 at 100fps, 848 x 480 at 200fps.

panasonic 4k wearable camera

However, unlike the GoPro, the HX-A500 isn’t totally wireless as the camera lens is wired to a body that houses a 1.5-inch LCD monitor and a slew of controls. Other features include a dustproof and waterproof body, EIS Image Stabilisation, Level Shot, WiFi connectivity, and NFC. Users can also connect the HX-A500 to an iOS and Android device via the Panasonic Image app and broadcast live to UStream.

The Panasonic HX-A500 will arrive in May with a price tag of £379.99 (around Php28,000).

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5 Responses to “Panasonic outs HX-A500, 4K 25fps wearable camera”

  1. Easy E says:

    gumo-GoPro! Hehe

  2. Angelo says:

    P28,000 for this vs P18,000 for the Gopro. No brainer. Gopro pa din.

  3. thor says:

    ngeks, bigger than go pro? is it even water proof?

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