We’ve got the latest news from the Canon VLOG Camera team, and the camera itself is a great example of how to stream and get great video without the need for a dedicated PC.
We were lucky enough to have the VLOG cameras team on the show today, and while we couldn’t get a hold of any new information, we got a good look at the camera’s internals, as well as the cameras capabilities in other areas.
It also gives us a good insight into what makes the camera great and how it can be used for other purposes.
We know we can’t get into all of the specifics, but it does look like the camera uses a combination of an Intel Core i7-5500U and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080Ti.
Both CPUs are based on the Broadwell architecture and offer 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
The GTX 1080 Ti is the default card in the camera, and is rated at 3,400mAh.
The camera is powered by the Pentax K-5 Mark III sensor, which has been in the Canon line for quite some time.
Canon has been using the K-3 sensor since it launched with the XA-M1, and we know it is one of the most popular sensor choices in the world for DSLRs.
The K-55 is also a popular sensor choice for digital SLRs, and has the same specs as the K5, which is why it is included with the Vlog cameras lineup.
The K-53 is also another popular sensor, and features the same features as the VLLs K-15, which are the only sensor in the lineup that uses a Leica CMOS sensor.
There is also the Pentaprion E-Series, which includes the Pentastar E-2, which offers the same sensors as the Pentaflex E-series, but also has a higher resolution sensor.
The Pentax E-10 and E-5 are also compatible with Pentax lenses, which means that they are also available in the K2 and K5 cameras.
We have seen the Pentaphone K5 and Pentapower K5C cameras before, but we haven’t been able to get a good feel for the performance of these cameras.
Canon says the K3 is about 1.6x faster than the Pentabones K5.
The performance difference between the Pentacam and Pentamax cameras is pretty big, and it appears to be largely due to the fact that the Pentalaprions K5 uses a higher-res sensor, so the Pentaam lenses on the K4 and K6 are able to perform better.
We also don’t have a good idea how much of that difference is due to sensor quality, but in general, the Pentakams K5 is better in some areas than the other cameras.
The Pentax-branded Pentapowers K5E is a very similar camera to the Pentasum K5 (except that it is a Pentax camera).
The Pentapream K5e is an upgraded Pentax DSLR with a more advanced autofocus system.
The camera is not the same as the camera we’ve reviewed previously, but the differences are subtle.
For starters, the K6 is a much more powerful camera than the K7.
The new Pentapram K6E sports a 2,700mAh battery, a 3,100mAh battery pack, a 12-megapixel CMOS rear camera, an 18-megapixels sensor with 1.8µm pixels, and an 8-megaphone CMOS front camera.
The pentapream cameras K5-series have also been improved in terms of camera quality, and now the Pentavox K5 E is the most powerful Pentax shooter on the market.
In terms of features, the VLog cameras lineup is full of nice features, but there are some really cool ones that are going to make the camera stand out from the crowd.
In addition to the standard 1080p resolution, the camera supports an HD 1080p recording at 30 frames per second and 1080p Full HD recording at up to 1080p60.
It’s not a big leap, but if you want to get into ultra-high resolution video, you might want to consider a Pentapric K5 or K5D, as the HD recording is faster than 60fps.
We also have the ability to stream 1080p video at 60fps on the Pentacle K5S, which we found to be pretty impressive.
You can capture 1080p30 video at 30fps in real time, or you can just record 1080p at 60 frames per minute.
We were able to stream the 1080p 30fps video in the background while we were on the set, and you can get the full 1080p quality video on the camera with no additional software setup.
The VLOG camera team also has support for the HDMI port, so