Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera & Micro Studio Camera
**Blackmagic Design Micro Cinema Camera**
Announced at NAB 2015 the Micro Cinema Camera is a miniaturized Super 16mm professional digital HD or RAW camera with a revolutionary new expansion port that lets customers remote controls to operate the camera wirelessly
The Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera is perfect for use on quadcopters, as a crash cam, or even hidden on set for reality TV. Its small enough to be used anywhere, like on a skate board for spectacular extreme sports shots, mounted to a drone for recording panoramic fly overs, or even strapped to a helmet for amazing point of view shots. The Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera is the digital film camera for action shots.
**Blackmagic Design Micro Studio Camera**
The Blackmagic Micro Studio Camera 4K is an incredibly tiny Ultra HD studio camera that’s perfectly designed for live production. You get a full Ultra HD resolution camera that can be used in HD and Ultra HD video formats and it can be fully controlled from the switcher via the SDI control protocol. Micro Studio Camera 4K includes powerful features such as built in color corrector, talkback, tally indicator, PTZ control output, built in microphones, backup battery, an adaptable MFT lens mount and B4 lens control output. This means Micro Studio Camera 4K is a true studio camera that is dramatically better quality than the biggest and most expensive studio cameras used today.
The Blackmagic Micro Studio Camera 4K works with standard SDI camera control protocols. That means you can connect the program feed from any model of ATEM Switcher to the camera’s SDI input and remotely control any setting in the camera, color correct or even change focus, iris and zoom on supported lenses. Broadcast cameras traditionally have basic CCU color balance controls, however the Micro Studio Camera 4K includes a full DaVinci primary color corrector so you get so much more than simple CCU controls because you can also do a full color grade in the camera. Now the technical director can fine tune the settings and match the looks of cameras quickly.
The Living Years - Paul Carrack
This was filmed a few years ago. I stumbled across the file while searching through my archive of material and couldn't help but think that this piece is a shining example of why the camera really doesn't matter - it's what you do with it!
Filmed with one camera in a singe take, I just happened to be in the right place at the right time. A huge thanks to Paul Carrack for allowing this live performance to be filmed! These kind of shoots don't come along very often.
SmallHD: Sidefinder EVF
This innovative approach to providing a quality viewfinder is two products in one:
(i) high quality 1080P viewfinder, suitable for critical focus and exposure
(ii) a 5 inch 1080P flip-out monitor
Therefore you have the best of both worlds: a top-quality viewfinder and flip-out screen in one.
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