Intensity Pro 4K includes both analog and digital connections that let you easily plug in everything from older VHS decks to the latest big screen 4K televisions! Intensity Pro 4K features the highest quality HDMI and analog connections so you always get the best looking video possible. Intensity Pro 4K can capture HD video at up to 60 frames per second. That means you can capture every heart pounding detail of gameplay and create the most amazing looking walk through videos for posting online to share with your audience! That means you get a complete video capture and post production solution in the box without having to buy any additional software! Now you can edit and grade your video using the same tools that Hollywood uses!
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You get a professional broadcast monitor that supports the latest Ultra HD resolutions, plus automatically switches to SD and HD-SDI formats using high quality Teranex processing for a clean and professional display. The 6 rack unit sized design and VESA compatibility means it can be installed in racks, outside broadcast vehicles or even mounted on walls and on articulated arms! SmartView 4K has a stunning machined metal front panel and a sleek rack mount design with backlit buttons for easy access to all controls! The professional broadcast connections are side mounted, which makes SmartView 4K thinner so it can be installed in tight locations. With both DC and AC power you get the flexibility of both portable or studio use.
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Buttery-smooth 4K video comes as standard with the Hero5 Black, while a touchscreen interface and voice activation makes it the most user-friendly GoPro to date. However, it doesn't feel as robust without its plastic casing, and that touchscreen can be awkward to use. GoPro has long been synonymous with extreme sports enthusiasts who insist on leaping off buildings with a camera attached to their head, rather than doing something more sedate of a weekend. The Hero6 Black offers 4K at 60fps, as well as improved image stabilization and numerous other tweaks, while the Hero7 Black delivers an even better image stabilization, improved user interface, as well as a host of other refinements and improvements. Don't discount the Hero5 Black though - it's still a cracking action camera that's seen a hefty price drop in recent months.