Elgato jumps into 4K recording with new 4K60 Pro capture card

Elgato wasn't known for its gaming products until recently, but it has slowly started to catch the attention of gamers with its high quality and reasonably priced accessories. The firm has been offering 1080p products for quite some time with its external and internal solutions, but has now entered into 4K recording with the 4K60 Pro.

The internal card is touted as having "ultra specs" being able to record at 4K at 60 frames per second. As far as high frame rate capture, yes, the 4K60 Pro can do that, supporting 1080p capture at 120Hz, 144Hz, and 240Hz. If working with 1440p, the card will be able to capture at 120Hz and 144Hz. Unfortunately, the card will not support pass-through capture for HDR video.

Now, for those that want an idea of what file sizes will be like, the 4K60 Pro will record 1GB a minute, if set to the max bit rate. If interested, you can now pre-order this card for $399.95 and it will become available starting on November 21.

Source: Elgato, Reddit

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