6K in your pocket. Blackmagic’s release of the new Pocket Camera

Today Blackmagic Design released the updated Version of the Pocket Cinema Camera. It comes with a larger Sensor, an EF mount and with 6K resolution. The sensor is aS35 (23.10mm x 12.99) in size and sports a resolution of 6144 x 3456 pixels. The price is $2495 US and - the best thing - it's... Continue Reading →

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The new MacPro – we need to talk.

So Apple announced the new MacPro yesterday. At a first glance, I have to admit, I was impressed. After all these years, where Apple seems to have abandoned the pro community, they finally listened, got their shit together and provided something, that seems to check all the boxes of the wish list. But on a... Continue Reading →

No more CDNG on Blackmagic cameras, and why it doesn’t matter at all.

A few days ago, Blackmagic announced (among other things) the new firmware for the Pocket 4K. It features a long awaited option: Blackmagic's own flavor of raw, called BRAW. A lot of folks where very happy, when they heard that - well, not for long. In the next sentence, they learned that CDNG is gone... Continue Reading →

The next Generation – New Ursa Mini Pro G2 with 300fps and new 15 stops sensor

Blackmagic Design announce the brand new Ursa Mini Pro G2 - the Next generation URSA Mini Pro camera. It features new electronics, a Super 35 4.6K HDR image sensor, 15 stops of dynamic range, and up to 300 fps high frame rate shooting, Blackmagic RAW. The new URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2 is a dramatic... Continue Reading →

LukiLink

LukiLink connects your camera to your smartphone via HDMI, and replaces a monitor, a recorder, a streaming box, and even a wireless video link. Imagine a device, that is  small and lightweight, has vivid colors, a bright screen, high resolution, amazing contrast, and doesn't need additional batteries, to monitor your shot. How about recording straight from your camera,... Continue Reading →

The End of all Camera Resolution Myths

Steve Yedlin, ASC offers an intriguing demonstration, on how capture formats, pixel counts and postproduction techniques affect image quality and why simply counting Ks is not a solution when selecting a camera. While the “K Wars” continue to dominate many filmmaker and studio-level conversations about image quality and what camera system is “best” for a... Continue Reading →

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