Some of the world’s renown gadgets had their seed planted, watered and germinated on crowd-funding soil before they were ripe enough to take the world by storm. We already have few on our list, these include the now popular Pebble Time smartwatch that is contending head-to-head with Apple Watch due to its excellent battery life; FES E-Ink watch by Fashion Entertainment, a subsidiary of Sony company that changes appearance at owners will, and Bluesmart suitcase, all begot from crowd-funding campaign.
Now, something much more interesting has again kick off which has remarkable properties and it is probably the next to storm camera industry. A start-up company known as “Z” has set a flag on Kickstarter, taking the vicinity for its campaign with a billboard raised upon which is written “E1, the world’s smallest 4K UHD camera”.
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The camera is so small that you can easily mistaken it as one of the kids accessories with lens that shows different pictures when a button is pressed (remember it?), but this has a solid look and its large round front lens will tell you it is the real thing. First of all, E1 Camera by Z has interchangeable lens just like pro mirrorless cameras, where you can easily swap different lenses for different capture.
It supports of Panasonic Lumix, Leica, and Olympus lenses. While its small size seems ridiculous to what it has to offer, it will easily beat most high-end point-and-shoot cameras out there. The E1 4K camera can capture cinema-quality 4K video and Ultra-HD video, we are talking about 4096 × 2160 resolution at 24fps and 3840 × 2160 resolution at 30fps with H.264 compression.
It comes with a 16-megapixel micro four-thirds lens sensor that can shoot up to 102,400 ISO for best shot in low-light – this can be viewed on a 2.5-inch LCD screen placed at its rear. A special 3D noise filter further reduce noise and jitter that may crawl in during capture.
As if that is not enough, an accompanied Android and iOS apps let users control the camera using their smartphone via Bluetooth and Wifi connectivity onboard. The firm claimed E1 can last up to 45 minutes when recording 4K video, which is outstanding considering its pocket-friendly size.
The campaign is already live on Kickstarter, those who back it now get it shipped to their doorstep starting from December 8 at a discounted price of $599 USD.* ADS**
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