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Blackmagic reveals Micro Cinema Camera for pro filmmakers

Blackmagic has introduced a new compact, lightweight, and affordable interchangeable lens camera for professional filmmakers. The devices goes around by the name of Micro Cinema Camera and it comes packed with a Super 16mm sensor that offers up to 13 stops of dynamic range and a global shutter alongside a rolling shutter.

Fotodiox Excell +1 Canon to Micro Four Thirds

Fotodiox Excell +1 lens adapter released for Micro Four Thirds cameras

Fotodiox has launched a new series of lens adapters aimed at Micro Four Thirds and Blackmagic Pocket Cinema camera users. The brand new Fotodiox Excell +1 adapter will allow photographers to mount Nikon G and Canon FD lenses onto their cameras, while widening the angle of the lenses in question.

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Blackmagic URSA 4K modular camera announced at NAB Show 2014

Blackmagic Design has taken the stage at the National Association of Broadcasters Show 2014 in order to announce a new 4K camera. It is a different camera as it allows users to change the image sensor and the lens mount. The new Blackmagic URSA is an amazing modular shooter and it is coming to the market this summer.

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Blackmagic Cinema Camera price drops, Pocket unit now shipping

The Blackmagic Cinema Camera price has just suffered a major drop. The device can be purchased with $1,000 less than before, meaning that videographers can shoot 2.5K RAW video for only $1,995. Additionally, the Pocket Cinema Camera has begun shipping, while the Production 4K version has been delayed again.

Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera will boast 13 stops of dynamic range, feature film quality

Blackmagic Design releases news about Pocket Cinema Camera

Blackmagic Design has announced an unexpected Pocket Cinema Camera at this year’ National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention. It will be able to capture 13 stops of dynamic range, honoring both its name and Blackmagic’s reputation for feature-film quality.

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