is launching an updated version of its high-end capture card. Like the previous model, the 4K60 Pro MK.2 records at 2160p and 60 frames per second. But unlike its predecessor, this version also supports HDR and at a significantly lower price.
The . That is down from . It also undercuts the $300 price point for AverMedia’s competing Live Gamer 4K.
That aggressive pricing along with the updated feature set could put Elgato back on top for a lot of content creators. Up until this point, the . Not only was it more affordable, but it did an excellent job with HDR content.
The 4K60 Pro features major improvements
By bringing in support for HDR10, Elgato is also solving one of the small annoyances