“As 2019 has capped a wild and crazy decade in the world of film and video production, we’re on the verge of what is probably the single greatest age of video production technology — if you look at where we started in 2010 — with the rise of the new-aged DSLRs. Compared to where we sit going into 2020 — with names like Canon, Sony, Panasonic, Fujifilm, and Blackmagic all pushing the reaches of mirrorless and 4K+ recording — it’s been quite a jump. But as the rate appears to be increasing, with 6K and 8K already on the achievable horizon, and smartphone technology quickly catching up with the digital cameras, 2020 should see even greater advancements.” Source: PremiumBeat
WHY THIS MATTERS:
Here’s why the anticipated and rumored releases of the Sony a7S III, Canon EOS R Pro, and Nikon Z9 would usher in a new decade of unprecedented advancement in video capture technology.