The latest installment in the Jason Bourne franchise is yet another big budget Hollywood film to use Blackmagic Design-made cameras. Indie filmmaker darlings the Blackmagic Pocket cinema camera and the newer Micro Cinema camera alongside the 5-inch Blackmagic Video Assist monitor/recorder where used to capture scenes in
Blackmagic Micro Cinema camera Archive
The Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K was announced 11 months ago at last year’s NAB. It was supposed to ship in July last year. The wait is finally over, as earlier today Blackmagic Design officially confirmed that the URSA Mini 4.6K and Micro Cinema camera are both shipping.
It seems that Blackmagic Design haven’t been wasting their time in the past few months as they’ve just announced not two or three, but six new cameras! An impressive number, indeed! The Australian manufacturer has also been working on a multitude of new products (a total of 38 new products announced at
The Sunday before the official start of the exhibition part of NAB, is always an exciting day as its the day the promotional banners are plastered all over town in sunny Las Vegas. So it comes to no surprise that in the age of Twitter and smart