Blackmagic brings 6K resolution, a Super 35 sensor, and Canon EF mount to the just-announced Pocket Cinema Camera Cinema 6K.
Oh yeah, I saw that while looking through their product (because I found out that they did not only make DaVinci Resolve XD)! It looks nice, but I wouldn't know too much on how to actually use it to its full intent. Would like to get @Andrew or @Aaron's input on this camera
I was also looking at this one: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/blackmagicmicrocinemacamera.
I saw this, and I though of you @Damon I don't know what that says hahaha!Blackmagic brings 6K resolution, a Super 35 sensor, and Canon EF mount to the just-announced Pocket Cinema Camera Cinema 6K.www.bhphotovideo.com
That is true! Also Damon we made changes to this section to be more useful! I hope you like themDude, I'm convinced that Blackmagic has some kind of black hole reactor down under. You know one of those small black hole about the size of an aircraft carrier that can power the entire GDP of the world for like a trillion years. But they can't put out the tech too fast so they bide their time making little leaks. That's how we get 6k cameras i na S35 chip at only $2499.
I'm spoiled by the 15 on the URSA. That and Canon's 5D4 Claims 12 @ ISO 400 from what I've read and from what I can see if I shoot C-Log it does look like I'm getting pretty much that (although as you say I feel like it only helps in the shadows on that camera).As far as the 13 stop of dynamic range remember that that 13 stops comes from the 12 bit RAW, the Blackmagic RAW. Any company can sell 15 stops of dynamic range then bury that last three or four stops down in the shadows where you can't see it anyway. So when Blackmagic saws 13 stops, they mean 13 stops that you can actually see with the naked eye.
Instead most companies say "15 stops," "15 stop of dynamic range!!!!!1!!!1!!!." You naturally think oh, I get it 15 stops really means 11 or 12 stopsof practical range. Na, it's 13 stops of plan jane range that you can actually use in the film.
Given that BRAW can be shot in different bit rates like 12:1, 8:1, 5:1, 3:1 is very impressive. So when shooting 12-bit raw, that 13 steps of dynamic range is totally usable real estate from what I understand.
Yes! I have been working with BRAW a bit (very satisfied)... working up my confidence with it grading wise before I bring it on a bigger shoot.On the URSA of course you have like a Saturn V rocket power house to process everything. Have you experimented with BRAW much? The P6k is like an F110 engine on an F-16. Yeah, only an F110, lol.