Resolve has truly come of age.
Forever I have been patiently waiting for Blackmagic to give us a sequel to the great story of 2013, where a man called Grant pioneered affordable RAW video for enthusiasts, DSLR shooters and consumers. A huge market. Since the BMCC and Pocket Cinema Camera however they have only focussed on pros. A big pity.
I’ve recently had a Video Assist 4K 7″on loan from Blackmagic. Here are some observations on this newcomer to the 4K recorder party.
Blackmagic have sent me a demo unit. Here are my very early thoughts on the adventurous form factor…
The Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera is the not-quite-a-replacement for the Pocket Cinema Camera.
Although lacking the ready to shoot straight out of the box form factor of that camera, the new model adds a switchable rolling shutter / global shutter mode as well as high frame rates.
10bit ProRes, 12bit RAW and 13+ stop dynamic range for $995 round out the spec.