- Consumer Electronics Show
- Date: 6 to 9 January 2016
- Venue: Las Vegas, NV
- Notable Announcements
- Nikon KeyMission360 Action Camera: Nikon’s first ever action camera, waterproof, shockproof, 4K, 360 degrees, electronic stabilization
- Sony’s newest HDR-AS50 Action Cam: 4K, 4K time lapse, 11.1MP sensor, 120fps support, includes underwater housing, $350.
- Sony Hanycam FDR-AX53: 4K, 20x optical zoom, 120fps slow motion, $999, March 2016
GoPro Karma Drone
- with 360 degrees camera
- resolution: 4K? 8K?
- for virtual reality videos
- release date: early 2016
- rumored price: $500 to $1000
- Competition: DJI Phantom 3 Professional Quadcopter 4K UHD Video Camera Drone @$1300.
Are Advertising Brochures Copyrighted?
I have been saving advertising brochures online for my reference, but is it legal? Am I infringing copyright law? I found this article that says…
. For most works created since 1978, the copyright lasts for 70 years after the death of the creator.
. The existence of unoriginal content in the advertising brochure does not negate the copyright protection on all other original material in the brochure.
. If an advertising brochure is created by a person under contract, rather than employment, then the copyright remains with the creator of the brochure, unless she expressly agrees in writing that the brochure is a work for hire.
In short, and from my limited understanding of the law, the owner of the brochure will print a copyright label somewhere if the material is NOT allowed to be reproduced. However, the images used in the brochure may be an issue, especially if they are rights-purchased from stock library.