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Panasonic now looking to life after high definition

4K, the successor to HD, could reinvigorate the television and camera markets, according to the managing director of Panasonic in Ireland and Britain.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
30th March, 2014
Adam Marshall, audio product manager with Panasonic.

4K, the successor to HD, could reinvigorate the television and camera markets, according to the managing director of Panasonic in Ireland and Britain.

Andy Denham told *The Sunday Business Post* that the technology would help manufacturers targeting the high-end market. He made the comments at Panasonic's product convention in Amsterdam last week.

''Making 4K relevant to existing markets is critical. You're not going to upgrade your TV or your camera too often, said Denham.

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