The American Consumer Electronics Association is expected to announce its 2020 video camera lineup during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month, the organization said Tuesday.RCA announced in January that it would launch two new RCA-branded cameras with a 20 megapixel camera for $2,399 and a 1080p camera for an additional $1,499.
That price tag doesn’t include a $299 accessory that lets the owners turn the camera on and off.
The new cameras will compete with the popular Panasonic Lumix G5 , which was announced in May.
RCA’s flagship video camera will be a full-frame 16-megapixel sensor, with an APS-C size of 18mm.
The G5 will cost $1.299, while the 16-MP 1080p model is $2.299.
The other camera is a fullframe 18-MP sensor, which costs $1 and offers a full HD 1080p video output.
The new cameras feature a 12-megapixels APS and 10-megaphones, respectively, with a 16- and 10.1-megajoules of resolution.
The G5 is powered by an octa-core processor, which is built on ARM’s Cortex-A53 platform, and runs on Windows and Android, according to RCA.
The cameras will also support the latest iOS 9 software, and the company says it’s working with Apple to support the camera.
The company said that the camera will feature HDR technology, and will be able to capture up to 2K video at 30 frames per second.
The RCA 2016 Video Camera lineup was announced at CES last year, and RCA said that in 2018 it had sold about 7 million cameras.