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Blackmagic’s new digital film camera can record 12K footage at up to 60 frames per second

Editor’s take: Recording in 12Ok decision could not appear advantageous at this precise second in time, what with 8K televisions being the very best decision shopper choices presently out there. But as Blackmagic notes, oversampling from 12Ok all the way down to 8K and even 4K at increased body charges is definitely advantageous. And in the future, increased resolutions will finally change into the norm and we’ll be grateful to have the time capsule-like footage to reminisce on.

Australian digital camera maker Blackmagic Design just lately introduced the Ursa Mini Pro 12Ok, a third-generation pro-grade mannequin boasting eye-popping capabilities that some would possibly argue are a bit too forward of their time.

The shooter includes a 12,288 x 6,480 12Ok Super 35 sensor with 14 stops of dynamic vary that’s constructed into the identical chassis as its predecessor, the Ursa Mini Pro 4.6K G2. With it, customers can seize footage at as much as 12Ok decision at 60 frames per second, 8K @ 110 FPS or 4K at as much as 220 FPS at a local ISO of 800.

When capturing with the Blackmagic RAW codec, you may even edit footage on a laptop computer, a feat that Blackmagic says merely is not attainable with different codecs.

Other facilities embody an interchangeable lens mount that affords compatibility with PL, EF and F mount lenses, built-in impartial density filters, twin UHS-II SD / CFast card readers and USB-C connectivity. Blackmagic stated its new shooter is right for function movies, immersive large-format IMAX and even episodic tv productions.

For a full checklist of {hardware} specs to salivate over, you should definitely take a look at Blackmagic’s press release and product page.

Blackmagic’s new Ursa Mini Pro 12Ok is on the market to pre-order from right now at choose resellers priced at $9,995. Look for it to ship by the top of the month.

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