The manufacturer Blackmagic Design has introduced a new camera for (semi-) professional users: the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro with integrated ND filters. In direct comparison with the previous models, it comes with a larger battery, an adjustable HDR screen and an optional viewfinder.
The 1080p LC touchscreen with a 5 inch diagonal should achieve up to 1,500 nits, so that the control of HDR videos is possible directly. A Super 35 HDR image sensor with 13 stops for the dynamic range is used.
The viewfinder will cost $ 500 and an additional handle, which is also optional, will cost $ 150. All prices quoted are exclusive of VAT.
The camera can record at 60 fps at full resolution or 120 fps at reduced resolution. Videos are recorded e.g. B. in 4K with 10-bit for Apple ProRes or in 6K with 12-bit when using Blackmagic RAW. Storage media can be formatted as HF + for Macs or ExFAT for Windows. Its Generation 5 Color Science was used again – as was the case with the Ursa Mini Pro 12K. A 12-bit gamma curve should ensure accurate colors.
The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro uses NP-F570 batteries, but it can also run on AC power. If the power supply is connected, the batteries are recharged at the same time. Even the USB-C port can be used for charging, which allows the use of power banks. Buyers of the cam will also receive a full version of DaVinci Resolve Studio.
Blackmagic lists the most important features of the new camera again below. If you like to record videos and have some post-production plans, you can take a look at the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro.