BlackMagic has unveiled a new addition to their range in the form of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. Which features a revolutionary digital cinema camera design, and a built in solid state drive recorder. With enough bandwidth available to capture open standard CinemaDNG RAW, DNxHD or ProResformats.
The Blackmagic Cinema Camera also features super wide 13 stops of dynamic range, high resolution 2.5K sensor, built in high bandwidth SSD recorder, and open file format support to name a few. BlackMagic Design explains:
“One of the most important features of the camera is its super wide dynamic range of 13 stops, allowing feature film quality images. Commonly people focus on more pixels, however often this just creates a higher resolution, but still “video” looking images that suffer from highlight and black clipping that limits details.
Blackmagic Cinema Camera’s wide dynamic range eliminates this problem and provides film quality with dramatically more detail retained in black and whites in the image. Once the shoot is complete, the included DaVinci Resolve color correction software can be used to adjust images and take advantage of this extra range in the images. The high quality EF and ZF lens compatibility also helps create sharp and cinematic images that look incredible.”
Blackmagic Cinema Camera will be available July 2012 for US$2,995 from Blackmagic Design resellers worldwide. For full details and specification of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera jump over to the BlackMagic Design press release.
Source: BlackMagicFiled Under: Camera News, Technology News, Top News