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Blackmagic Design BMPCC 6K Pro Camera Has a Super Bright HDR Screen

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Blackmagic Design has launched the Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro (BMPCC 6K Pro), the modern-day model of the BMPCC 6K cinema digicam with some greater professional features. The new model now includes a a good deal brighter 1,500 nit HDR show and tilts (though it does not rotate). This new display have to make it less difficult for customers to shoot in daylight, whilst providing a more correct display for HDR productions.

In addition to a brighter screen, the BMPCC 6K Pro consists of an optional 3.68 million-dot OLED electronic viewfinder (EVF) priced at $495. This EVF has a built-in proximity sensor that can change routinely between the display screen and the EVF, can rotate up and down by up to 70 tiers and shows status statistics such as body guidance.

Another main new feature for specialists is the infrared (IR) neutral density (ND) filter with a built-in motor. The filter permits decreasing the quantity of mild coming into the camera, specially in vivid sunlight, besides the want to trade shutter settings, ISO, or aperture. You can select from 2, 4, and 6 light-blocking stops, and each are designed to swimsuit each colorimetry and color science cameras. At the identical time, the IR filter reduces the optical and IR wavelengths evenly so you don't get any IR photo contamination.

Blackmagic Design BMPCC 6K Pro Camera Has a Super Bright HDR Screen

If you're worried about the screen and the EVF draining the battery faster, the BMPCC 6K Pro now supports a larger NP-F570 battery than the Canon LP-E6 model used in the previous model. Blackmagic Design doesn't say how lengthy the battery lasts, but if you need a larger battery, you can get the Battery Pro Grip for $145, which requires two NP-F570 batteries and permits you to shoot for up to 3 hours.

The BMPCC 6K Pro is generally comparable in elements to the BMPCC 6K model, packing twin native ISO 6,144 x 3,456 sensors with a dynamic range of 13 stops and a max ISO of 25,600. You can record in ProRes, Apple RAW, or Blackmagic RAW formats with resolutions up to 6K, along with most cinema formats. Video recording additionally includes conveniences such as an XLR microphone input, 3.5mm microphone and headphone jack, a lock-in DC electricity supply, and assist for CFast 2 and SD card formats.

The BMPCC 6K is a powerhouse when it comes to cinema production, even though it is no longer ideal as a fast digital camera due to its lack of continuous autofocus. The BMPCC 6K Pro is now available to order for $2,495. 

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