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First footage from the Blackmagic URSA

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 Great-looking first footage from Blackmagic's URSA

He's the CEO of the most talked-about company in the industry. His NAB booth is the size of an airport terminal. He doesn't give many interviews. How does the mind behind Blackmagic Design work? Dave Shapton finds out

 

This is possibly the most unusual recording format we've seen. The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera is one of the first to support it. Here's what it is, and what it isn't

The new Blackmagic Studio Camera was a surprise announcement at NAB this month. More details are gradually emerging. Here's a very quick rundown of the camera's menu system

NAB - Big news from Blackmagic expected today

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We're at NAB today - it starts in a few hours, and the first meeting for us is the BMD press conference. It's exciting and with good reason: you can expect some VERY big announcements that will shake the industry to the core

Every Blackmagic Design announcement from IBC 2014

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Blackmagic Design is using IBC as its soapbox for a bevy of announcements, including an update of Davinci Resolve, PL mounts for the 2.5K Cinema and 4K Production cameras, and more.

The world changed again today when Blackmagic introduced two more cameras. A 4K camera for $3,995, and - a total surprise a "pocket" digital film camera for $995. An excited Freya reports

Blackmagic's pocket cinema camera surprised everyone when it was announced, first by its mere and unexpected appearance, and second, by it's strikingly low price

A Kickstarter-funded digital 16mm camera is one of 2012's most intriguing stories.  RedShark's reporter Peter Haas talks to Joe Rubinstein, co-founder of Digital Bolex

Using the Blackmagic Cinema Camera with Anamorphic Lenses

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Apart from colour saturation, contrast, and a a shallow depth of field, one of the most cinematic things you can do to your images is to film them in a cinematic aspect ratio. And since most sensors come in 16:9, which is widescreen but nowhere near as wide as 2.35 to 1, for example, then the only way to shoot in this format is to use an anamorphic lens, which squashes the image horizontally to fit it onto a narrower sensor

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