Well, all of us love to click pictures of ourselves, our loved ones or simply the nature around us. May be that’s the reason various companies keep coming up with new and better quality cameras, every now or then. But it’s too annoying to carry heavy DSLRs when you’re traveling.
Not anymore, as digital imaging startup ‘Z’ is currently working on their debut camera E1, which is the world’s smallest 4K ultra-high definition (UHD) camera with interchangeable lenses. It features four-thirds mount, which can support auto-focus lenses from Olympus, Panasonic Lumix, Leica, Sigma and others. Thus, gives you flexibility to use different quality lenses on it, as per your preferences.
This exceptionally compact and sleek camera is designed to provide superior image quality at affordable price. Due to its extremely small size, you can easily carry it along with you to anywhere you go. But don’t go on its tiny size, as it comes with some stunning specifications that you’d get in high-priced cameras only.
To begin with, the camera supports 4/3 sensor size, almost nearing APS-C sensors that are found in lower-end DSLR cameras. So it offers high image quality, which you’ll not get in conventional digital cameras. Moreover, it supports both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to easily sync with your smartphone. So you can control live streaming or manage camera settings directly via smartphone’s screen.
E1 contains 2000 mAh battery that means you’ll be able to click photographs the entire day on a single charge. When recording at 4K, the battery lasts for about 80 minutes, provided Wi-Fi is turned off. Currently, the project is raising funds on Kickstarter for initial amount of about $42,000. You can preorder the world’s smallest 4K UHD camera for $599, as most early bird specials are gone. However, on pledging more you’ll even get a 14mm f/2.5 Panasonic lens.
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