BlackMagic Design Cinema Camera now in 4K

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blackmagic-production-camera-4k-titleThe first of the Ultra HD products this year is a new camera!

The new Blackmagic Production Camera 4K features a large Super 35 size sensor with a global shutter. This makes it easy to get shallow depth of field shots as well as shots with fast motion and is something people have been asking for.

The Blackmagic Production Camera 4K is housed in the same chassis as our current Blackmagic Cinema Camera so all the third party accessories that have been developed will fit perfectly. It features an EF compatible lens mount as the sensor in this camera is way too large physically, to fit in a MFT lens mount.

This new camera features recording to solid state disks in visually lossless compressed CinemaDNG RAW and ProRes 422 (HQ) formats, built in Thunderbolt and 6G-SDI output to allow Ultra HD video out. The sensor features 12 stops of dynamic range, so this camera gives a nice look to the images and is perfect for all types of production work!

Blackmagic Production Camera 4K also includes 6G-SDI output for monitoring on Ultra HD displays and includes overlays. However this output can be down converted to regular HD when you want to use a more common and smaller monitor. The 6G-SDI output supports Ultra HD down the single BNC cable so it’s perfect for use with a live production switcher such as the new ATEM Production Studio 4K below!

The Blackmagic Production Camera 4K will be available in July for $3,995.

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4 comments on this post

  1. remoran says:

    An even bigger deal.

  2. Camman says:

    Sensors do not go inside lens mounts, they sit behind them. The issue is that the image circle from a MFT lens would not cover the Super 35 sensor.

  3. jay says:

    what kind of mac do u need to edit this beast

  4. Gabriel says:

    Please tell someone to all big camera manufacturers to stop producing their limited cams and
    make place for BMCC from now on.

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