What you need to know
- Elgato introduced the 4K60 Pro MK.2 capture card at Gamescom 2019.
- The card has a couple of key upgrades, adding HDR capture and support for multiple cards in one PC.
- The new card is also cheaper than its predecessor, and is available to order for $250.
Elgato introduced the 4K60 Pro in 2017 as its premier capture card, but now it's time for an upgrade. At Gamescom 2019, the company launched the new $250 4K60 Pro MK.2, which cuts the price down from the original's $400 and introduces support for capturing HDR footage.
The card remains capped at 60 frames per second when capturing 4K footage. However, it supports a ton of other frame and resolution combos, including 1080p footage at 240Hz. Add in the new HDR capture and your game footage should look pretty impressive.
The 4K60 Pro MK.2 also allows you to work with more than one card in a PC setup. If you want to give the new card a try, you can grab the Elgato 4K60 Pro MK.2 now for $250.
It's HDR Time
The Elgato 4k60 Pro MK.2 cuts the price of the original to $250 while adding support for capturing HDR footage from your games.
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