Yokohama Japan. Feb 9-12, 2011. The CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show is underway, with early previews of things to come at NAB and later this year.
JVC showed two 4K camera/camcorders.
Canon announced 60 million EF lenses delivered.
Most of the camera manufacturers attracted large crowds, no doubt proving the pull of pretty models on stage for Nikon, Lumix, JVC, Canon, Fujifilm, and more.
Sony showed their 3D HD Camcorder, HDR-TD10, also introduced at CES 2011. It has two 10x zoom lenses, two full HD sensors, a 3.5″ LCD on-board touch screen monitor, and a Gold Shot to analyze your swing. It works for tennis as well. Full 1920 HD is delivered via HDMI output.
Sony’s prototype NXCAM 35, with interchangeable E mount lenses is progressing, shown at CP+ with a new zoom from ZEISS. It will accommodate almost any 35mm format lens on the planet with various adaptors, and records 1080/60p, 30p and 24p in AVCHD full HD.
Photos by Dorian Weber. www.superbshots.com