Blackmagic Design have released a new Video Assist 2.5.2 firmware update, which adds performance enhancements for Video Assist 4K. In addition, DaVinci Resolve gets a new update includes over 50 stability and general performance improvements. DaVinci Resolve 14.2.1 is available for both the Studio and the free
Blackmagic Video Assist 4K Archive
Blackmagic just released firmware update 2.5 for the Video Assist 4K recorder/monitor adds highly accurate and professional monitoring tools such vector scope, RGB parade, histogram, and waveform to help you nail exposure and white balance every time. The latest update, as all firmware updates before it, is
Blackmagic Design today announced the immediate availability of Blackmagic Video Assist 2.4 update which adds support for multi-lingual support for 10 separate languages. This means customers can now use Video Assist in their native language. This update is available now as a free update for all Blackmagic Video
Blackmagic Design just announced the latest firmware update for their Video Assist lineup of Full HD and 4K recorder/monitors. Firmware 2.3 adds several highly anticipated and requested features and new functionality to the Blackmagic Video Assist 5-inch and also the Video Assist 4K, such as the ability to
The Video Assist 4K was one of the most anticipated product announcements at this year’s NAB Show in Las Vegas. Prior to the show, many speculated that BMD will indeed release a 4K version of the smaller 5-inch Video Assist, and indeed they did. Not that long ago
You may recall my post from earlier in the week about the upcoming official announcement of the new RED Epic-W 8K camera and upgrade program for existing customers on October 11th, but despite all the “teased” official info, there were quite a few questions remaining to be answered.
It wouldn’t really be an NAB Show without Blackmagic announcing some pretty disruptive technology at unbelievable price points. Just now, Blackmagic Design announced a 4K version of their Video Assist recorder – this time with a 7-inch 1920 x 1200 resolution touchscreen, 4K 10bit ProRes and DNxHD recording