Enjoy Sony showcasing their new α6500 camera’s 4K footage uploaded at 1080p???

Why Sony, was 480p not an option?

The α6500 is capable of high-resolution 4K movies of wide dynamic range in the Super 35mm format favored among cinema camera users. Full pixel readout without pixel binning collects approx. 2.4 times* (6K equivalent) as much information as is required for 4K (QFHD: 3840 x 2160) movie output. This oversampling effect ultimately gives 4K images the realistic depth and dimension that you might experience when witnessing the actual scene. Plus, the camera is equipped with 5-axis image stabilization and touchscreen AF, offering videographers more control than ever before and a seemingly endless amount of creative possibilities.

* Approx. 1.6 times at 30p recording.

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