How Much Better Is House Of Cards In 4K?

Netflix announced at CES that it would begin shooting original series in ultra high-def 4K, and now British site HDTVtest has caught the first glimpse of the streaming giant’s 4K content in the wild. How much more evil does Kevin Spacey look?

Blackmagic URSA: A Modular Cinema Camera With Insane Swappable Sensor

Blackmagic just announced a new camera, the URSA, a 4K cinema camera with some absolutely unique features like a 10-inch LCD display, dual RAW and ProRes recording, and a crazy swappable sensor and lens-mount design. All for around $6000.

TCL Wants To Sell You An 85-Inch 4K TV For $9998

TCL attracted quite a lot of attention with its sub-$5000 4K/UHD TV last year, but in a world where Kogan is flogging a 4K set for under $1000, that price point has fallen to the wrong side of astonishing very quickly. Can TCL’s new 85-inch monster captivate the high-resolution addicts of Australia once more with a sub-$10,000 price tag, or will cheapskates run for the $799 40-inch model instead? Also, why doesn’t TCL want to sell Android TVs and tablets down here just yet?

Sydney's Crazy Storm Looked Way Better In Time-Lapsed 4K

Briefly: Remember that crazy storm that hit Sydney a few weeks back? It looked like a giant alien ship was to emerge from the cloud and lay waste to all we held dear. Someone was smart enough to pull out a 4K camera and start recording what turned out to be a gorgeous-looking time-lapse.

Panasonic's Lumix GH4 Packs 4K Video Into A Sweet Mirrorless Shooter

Accessible 4K video shooting is still in its infancy, but it was only a matter of time before it started showing up in consumer cameras. The Panasonic GH line’s history of robust video capability makes it a natural fit for 4K, and the new Lumix GH4 squeezes as much as it can into a familiar frame.

You Might Actually Be Able To Afford A 4K Monitor Soon

These days, any mention of 4K immediately conjures up images of crystal-clear definition — -and absurdly exorbitant price tags. Well, that’s quickly changing. Dell’s new UltraSharp 28-inch 4K screen can be yours for less than $US700 when it ships later this month, and it’s not alone.

Kogan Has A Sub-$1000 4K TV Now

We’ve watched on with envy as our Ameri-friends have enjoyed the option of sub-$1000 4K TVs for the last year, but now us Aussies can buy one too thanks to Kogan.

Come On LG, What The Hell Is With 'Real 4K'?

What we know as 4K is actually supposed to be called Ultra-High Definition, so what we don’t need right now is companies muddying the water further with more obnoxious marketing. Someone at LG didn’t get the message, as the company is advertising a “Real 4K” monitor. What is “Real 4K?” Technically accurate and completely stupid, for one.

Eyes On: Sony's Ultra Short-Throw 4K Projector Sure Lights Up A Room

Earlier today Sony announced a new short-throw digital projector that lies within a sleek credenza-like rectangle, and shines glorious 4K video against the wall it’s up against. We got to feast our eyes on a demo at the Sony booth today. It’s lovely.

Samsung Is Giving Its TV Customers Free 4K Content

The biggest criticism of 4K/Ultra-High Definition TVs is that there’s no content currently available that suits their insanely-high native resolution. Sony has already moved to master 4K content for its TVs, and now Samsung is looking to throw some 4K freebies to its customers too.