Today Andrew takes a look at the latest Elgato 4k60 Pro MK2 capture card, priced at £230 which while expensive, is much less than the £360 price point of the original MK1 version ! Andrew puts the capture card through its paces today and walks away quite impressed with what the latest version has to offer !
The 4K60Pro, released in 2017, is a monster of a card and Elgato have just given it a full hardware redesign. Featuring the ability to capture and passthrough HDR10, 1440p at 144Hz, 1080p at 240Hz and, the biggest improvement; the ability to capture footage with the card via multiple software options at the same time. Streaming at 720p but want to record footage with no overlays at 4K? You need this card.
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