Review of 2018: The BMPCC 4K arrives

Written by Andy Stout

RedSharkWe finally get our hands on the BMPCC 4K and, judging by the response to the review, rather a lot of you would like to too

RedShark Review of the Year - October 2018. And so, it finally arrives: we get our hands on a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K and are suitably impressed with what Blackmagic has achieved with the unit.

Blackmagic Pocket Cinema 4K: The comprehensive review you have been waiting for!

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And so, after rather a lot of fevered anticipation, we finally get our hands on a BMPCC 4K and go to town on a lengthy, extremely comprehensive, three-part review. Is the camera worth the wait? Yes. Is it worth $1295 of your money. Also yes. Will it be a game-changer? That’s one for the next few months to decide really, but it certainly has the potential to change a lot of things and overturn a lot of perceptions in the industry.


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