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    If you haven't already heard, Blackmagic released a S35 Pocket Cinema Camera 6K.

    Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K

    The new Pocket 6K uses an EF mount with full electronics so Canon EF lenses will communicate with the camera for focus and iris control. The sensor is a 6K S35 23.10mm x 12.99 sensor with 6144 x 3456 resolution. When shooting in 6K using the full sensor the crop is 1.558x. The image below features the sensor size comparison between the Pocket 4K Camera (on the left) and the new Pocket 6K Camera (on the right).

    BMPCC4K sensor comparison

    The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K also includes 13 stops of dynamic range as well as the same dual native ISOs of 400 and 3200 just like the Pocket Cinema Camera 4K.

    BMPCC 6K dynamic range

    BMPCC 6K Specs

    In addition, this camera has the same internal color processing as the Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, making it easy to intercut between the Pocket 6K and 4K footage. You can record using the internal CFast 2.0 and SD/UHS-II card slots or output via the USB-C port to capture longer clips to an external drive. This camera also includes a DaVinci Resolve Studio license and supports Blackmagic Raw capture from the sensor. By using the Raw format with the sensor's metadata, it makes it much easier to edit any projects and makes editing easier with DaVinci Resolve.

    Some other great features to this new camera include lens metadata support, 3D LUT application for both monitoring and recording, up to 21.2MP still image capture, and a multifunction grip that enables single-handed operation. The Pocket Cinema Camera 6K also uses all the same accessories as the Pocket 4K Camera, making it easier to switch too. This camera retails for $2495.

    We are accepting pre-orders NOW and including a $100 rental credit with camera purchase!


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