New reports from early adopters of the FZ1000 claim that the super slow motion mode in the camera is limited to 120fps at 1080p and the modes that offered higher frame rates are gone from final shipping units.
Slow motion modes announced in June:
We have seen quite a few tests and other info from cameras in recent weeks and we want to share some of that with our readers:
Panasonic FZ1000 Slow Motion Tests:
After receiving quite a few questions on camera gear and rumors we have picked a few that might be of interest to the general readership.
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The Nikon 1 system with it’s one 1″ inch is one of the most promising camera lines regarding slow motion. With several modes unthinkable at this price point for decades. While the resolution is not HD, it can work for motion analysis and scientific purposes quite well.
Dpreview just posted it’s final review of the Nikon 1 V3 and it liked it a lot for its overwhelming set of features, it tallied a respectable 76% in their scale. The image quality is not as good as larger sensor cameras to be expected but it has its charm and versatility in a very small form factor.
Early in 2013 the near defunct name of Kodak as a camera maker was given some life support by having its name licensed by JK imaging Ltd. a start-up imaging company that is hard to know much about. See this article for some clarification.
This week the Kodak brand name was revived with the Pixpro S1. A Micro 4/3rds camera with lens compatibility with Olympus and Panasonic. The specs are as follows: