Sample video at 4K50p filmed using the new Panasonic GH5 ($1998 body-only) with the Leica DG Vario-Elmarit 8-18mm f/2.8-4 ASPH wide-angle lens ($1099), capturing the sound using my new Saramonic UWMIC9 dual UHF wireless lavs to single receiver (first time I use it, hopefully the sound levels are ok) ($399). Using Panasonic GH5's intelligent auto mode, I am trying to show off some of the quality of this wide angle lens for my style of handheld video-blogging, filming at the Wex Photographic London Lens Show with Kevin Walker of Panasonic UK. Last month, I also filmed with him using the GH5 and the Leica 12-60mm at the Photography Show and I also just filmed a new video with him using the 12-60 Leica lens which I will upload and publish later today, check back for that. This 8-18mm lens doesn't have Dual IS 2 in-lens image stabilization but the Panasonic GH5 has such good in-sensor stabilization that it can stabilize any lens that you put on it and this angle being so wide, it might need in-lens stabilization to look stable when used for video. The wide angle is useful for wide angle photography for architecture, landscapes, streets, groups of people and more. According to Panasonic, the Leica 8-18mm lens uses a series of low dispersion and aspherical elements to realize sharp and clear imagery with controlled fringing and aberrations, and a Nano Surface Coating also helps to minimize flare and ghosting for increased contrast and color accuracy. The durable metal lens body is splash, dust, and freezeproof and it has their fast 240fps autofocus drive for a hopefully good auto-focus performance. You can download the original 150mbit/s 4K50p camera video file on Google Drive: (I'll add the Google Drive link here within a few hours as I get the 13.9GB file uploaded, check back)
Cavium shows a rack of ThunderX ARMv8 servers running the complete virtualized mobile network with Multi-access Edge services live demo. These servers have 96 64-bit ARM cores in each server in dual socket configuration. ARM servers provide much better ecosystems in terms of diversified hardware solutions with scalable and great TCO and performance all running on industry standard kernel distros and virtualization software platforms.
Glance Clock is a bluetooth connected digital display clock that can display information from your smartphone. The glance clock can display incoming calls, notifications, weather, appointments or your calender for the day. The Glance clock can also act as a normal clock. Glance clock can also seemlessly sync with Amazon Alexa. The price of Glance Clock is around $150.
Brainpower of the toy manufacturing city of Shantou China makes a series of remote controlled foldable drones. The remote controls resemble a game controller can attach to a smartphone. Brainpower drones include optical avoidance using infrared. Brainpower drones also include cameras and Gimball systems. The prices for the drones is about $39 for 800 - 1000 pieces moq.
Real time translation earphones enable people to talk to each other in different languages. The ear pieces translate what someones say into the other persons language and translates the other persons language into your language. The system is two piece and bluetooth based, the bluetooth is connected to a smartphone. Each piece is linked to the other with special communication protocal. Mandarin and English are supported with more languages coming soon. The price is to be determined.
Jointop makes a unique foldable solar panel. These foldable solar panels are easy to carry and can provide electricity wherever it is need. These solar panels include an electric generator. The primary market for the product is camping for powering outdoor electronics. The prices range from $700 and upwards.
Romanberger lighters are usb powered rechargable lighters. These lighters can be reused rather than thrown away. The lighters can offer 200 - 300 lights on a single charge. The lighting system is an arc lighting system which offers instant lighting. The lighters come in multiple designs. The price for the lighters is $9 for 100 pieces.
The Vivant makes Android TV box called enigma with a TV Tuner. The TV box runs on an Hisilicon Hi3798CV200 quad core A43 processor. The TV box includes USB, ethernet, Microsd, space for hard drives, HDMI, and SPDIF output. The Android TV Box sells for $229 available now. Eventually a successor enigma 2 box will be made.
Shiningworth makes several Android TV boxes with voice activation functions. With the voice activation functions information can be found or the TV can be controlled with your voice. There are several models available such as the HF10 is vertically shaped Android TV box with an AmLogic S905X processor.
Yoostar has several models of Android TV boxes containing from processors from Amlogic and Montage. The TV boxes support H.265 playback and have features such as TV Tuners. The TV boxes are ODM products and can be re-branded for other companies.