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Blackmagic design has launched what it's calling the world's most affordable and flexible pro-level UHD broadcast camera. Suited to both studio and field work, the URSA Broadcast comes in much cheaper than DSLR's like Nikon's flagship D5 or Canon's EOS-1D X Mark II, at under $3,500...Continue Reading Blackmagic reveals 4K video camera for broadcasters on a budgetCategory: Digital CamerasTags:
Video camera maker Blackmagic Design has announced the "world’s most affordable and flexible professional" camera aimed at broadcast and studio film makers. The URSA Broadcast shoots Ultra HD resolution, uses an interchangeable lens mount and costs just $3,495.The camera comes with the B4 lens mount, but this can be switched so the camera can accept PL, F or EF lenses. Users can load relatively l
General opinion seems to be that 8K is a long way off, but it's actually coming much faster than people think, and the industry is gearing up (literally) for it. Case in point: meet the new Blackmagic DeckLink 8K Pro capture card that 'breaks new ground in high quality' by supporting formats ranging from SD, to HD, Ultra HD, 4K, 8K and 8K DCI.Oh, and it can also handle 64 channels of audio, stere
If you find yourself wondering 'why would I even want an external monitor/recorder' then I'd suggest you spend a few moments reading our article on the topic. The short answer is that it's a great way to expand the tools for, and maximize the quality of, video capture on your current camera.The Video Assist 4K is the larger of Blackmagic Design's current monitor/recorders. It features a 7", 1920
Our Firmware Friday roundup this week is a rather abbreviated one, featuring as it does only four updates from a single manufacturer. This time around it's Blackmagic Design making firmware news, as updates land for three Blackmagic URSA Mini-series cameras and the company's Studio Viewfinder accessory. Let's get right down to it! Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 4.6K, URSA Mini 4.6K, URSA Mi
Our regular Firmware Friday roundup is a little unusual this week, as it includes not just official firmware from the manufacturers themselves, but also news of a couple of third-party firmware hacks. (As always with these unofficial updates, you run the risk of bricking your camera and turning it into a rather expensive paperweight, but if you're technically-minded or just willing to accept


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