Black Magic 4K URSA Camera

Apr 25, 2014

Category: Tech

Sometimes if a movie has great visuals, it can overcome a lackluster plot. That’s why if you pick up one of these 4K Black Magic URSA Cameras, we totally think your indie film about a pizza delivery guy who struggles to overcome his addiction to The View can still get picked up by Warner Bros.

This new model from Black Magic promises Hollywood-style quality at a relatively modest starting point of $6,000. The high-end features include a Super 35 sensor with 12-stops of dynamic range which shoots 12-bit raw images in Cinema DNG. You can record simultaneously in both RAW and ProRes with the 35mm global shutter 4K sensor, and the massive 10-inch screen folds out for making sure that last shot of your star gnawing on a slice while chuckling at Whoopi Goldberg is a keeper. [Purchase]

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