As expected we got no MFT news at the CES show. Panasonic announced three new camcorders instead:
Designed around a 1/2.5″-type 8.29M MOS sensor, each camcorder captures 4K images, which are scalable via their Venus processing engines for full HD delivery. All offer live streaming using their built-in Wi-Fi and can output via HDMI, with the HC-X2000 and AG-CX10 also sporting a 3G-SDI (BNC) output. Capture options include 4K60p 4:2:0 10-bit recording with the efficient HEVC codec at rates up to 200 Mb/s, up to 4K30p in 4:2:2 10-bit video, and up to 120 fps in full HD for revealing, super slo-mo shots. For more advanced IP networking, turn to the AG-CX10, which features a built-in Ethernet connection, NDI|HX connectivity, and ROP tablet-based control.