Apple today announced that many of the world's leading digital camera manufacturers have integrated QuickTime(TM) technology into their products, establishing Apple's QuickTime file format as the industry standard for capturing digital content. More than 75 camera models playback content using QuickTime, 25 of which also capture short video clips in the QuickTime format.
Digital Camera Manufacturers Adopt Apple's QuickTime
More Than 75 Camera Models Distribute QuickTime Technology
Apple® (Nasdaq: AAPL - news) today announced that many of the world's leading digital camera manufacturers including Canon, Casio, Kodak, Olympus, Panasonic and Sanyo have integrated QuickTime(TM) technology into their products, establishing Apple's QuickTime file format as the industry standard for capturing digital content. QuickTime is Apple's industry-leading software for creating, playing and streaming high-quality audio and video over the Internet.
More than 75 camera models playback content using QuickTime, 25 of which also capture short video clips in the QuickTime format. As a cross-platform standard, QuickTime allows both Mac® and Windows users to assemble still photos into movies and seamlessly download and playback video clips captured on the cameras.
"QuickTime is rapidly being adopted by every major camera manufacturer,'' said Philip Schiller, Apple's vide president of Worldwide Product Marketing. "Beginning with this widespread adoption from the digital camera industry, we're seeing QuickTime extend beyond the desktop and into mainstream consumer devices.''
"Sanyo is proud to support the QuickTime format with our digital cameras,'' said Makoto Harada, executive vice president, Industrial Video Division, Sanyo Fisher Company. "QuickTime is an excellent cross-platform moving image player, and its ability to play smooth, uninterrupted video enhances the performance of our video-enabled cameras, such as the IDC-1000Z iD SHOT.''
"Coupling QuickTime technology with our next generation digital cameras simplifies the process of capturing and delivering images and video to the desktop,'' said Mary Miceli, product manager, Panasonic Optical Group. "Customers have responded very positively to the QuickTime feature because they recognize it as a branded technology and understand the quality advantage it provides.''
As part of their adoption of QuickTime, camera manufacturers are displaying the QuickTime logo on their cameras and are providing QuickTime software to their customers.
- Canon EOS M58.8%
- Panasonic G85/G803.3%
- Panasonic FZ2500/FZ20001.9%
- Panasonic LX10/LX151.2%
- Panasonic GH5 development3.6%
- Sony a99 II15.9%
- Nikon KeyMission 170 and 801.0%
- Fujifilm GFX 50S development28.3%
- Olympus E-M1 II development18.7%
- Olympus E-PL80.1%
- Olympus 25mm F1.2 Pro1.5%
- Olympus 12-100mm F4 IS Pro1.9%
- Olympus 30mm F3.5 Macro0.1%
- Sigma 85mm F1.4 Art3.6%
- Sigma 12-24mm F4 Art2.6%
- Sigma 500mm F4 DG OS HSM Sport2.4%
- YI M12.2%
- GoPro Hero50.8%
- GoPro Karma drone2.2%