cquarksnow: With HEVC265 becoming ubiquitous for 8K, it seems to me a 4320p/60 @10bpc at 48MB/s with overhead like ExFAT won't present much of an issue : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Efficiency_Video_Coding_tiers_and_levels
More of a concern is display connectivity, if not SuperMHL or better.
"More of a concern is display connectivity, if not SuperMHL or better." Time to go for DisplayPort on cameras. DP standard 1.4 for full 8k has just been completed recently, includes USB-C - this would provide an ultimate data-control-image interface.
Redundant to the uhs u1-u3 (could be continued till u9) speed class and already incomplete: there are a handful of faster than "v90" cards on the market. Push 600+MB/s UHS-III and real innovation that enables 30fps RAW continuous drive on 20-24MP cameras.
Tomx72: No BSI, no IBIS, no 2.8/17-50 or similar lens = no deal.
Even with the lighter LA-EA3 Adapter that lens adds 688g, more than 1.5x of the body, 1.8x heavier (and worse balanced) as my current olympus 12-40. Such a sleek body cries for native lenses...
No BSI, no IBIS, no 2.8/17-50 or similar lens = no deal.
Joriarty: Right now, 4K video usually involves line skipping, such that one red, blue, or green pixel = one full RGB pixel in the video. So the 4K video isn't as sharp as it could be. If you look at the 1080p output from recent cameras, it's often almost as good as the 4K because the camera downscales a super-sampled version.
So 8K video means that the cameras should be capable of noticeably better quality 4K, whether you shoot in 8K originally let the camera downscale before saving. You'll get super sharp 4K that can withstand a little cropping, and that's a good thing. For the rest of us, there's not much wrong with 1080p.
You have full sensor readout in the Sony RX100 mkIV, RX10 II, A7sII, and the s35 mode of the A7rII. No need to rely on the line-skipping pana 4k implementation...
Tomx72: As earlier stated: 200Mbps, 422/10bit h.265 - "only" 4k, INTERNAL and I am happy.
"the introduction of 8K video in cameras will eliminate the boundary between videos and stills." Really? Stills are 444/14bit raw nowadays...
Wrong. 444: chroma subsampling, bit: ADC bith depth.
As earlier stated: 200Mbps, 422/10bit h.265 - "only" 4k, INTERNAL and I am happy.