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Here is Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera with new Super 35 sensor

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Blackmagic Design introduced a new portable camera for filming – Pocket Cinema Camera 6K. Unlike its predecessor, the novelty shoots in 6K resolution (6144 × 3456) due to the increased Super 35 sensor.

In addition to resolution, the Super 35 brings better performance when shooting in low light and depth of field control. There are 13 degrees of dynamic range, from ISO 400 to ISO 25 600. The novelty shoots video at 50 fps with a resolution of 6144 × 3456 (16: 9) and 60 fps with 6144 × 2560 (2.4: 1) or 5744 × 3024 (17: 9). The Blackmagic RAW video format retains quality without adding noise and artifacts like H.264.

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The case has a 5-inch touch screen, and the operating system is controlled including gestures. Connectivity options include mini XLR, full-size HDMI, USB Type-C, microphone input, headphone output, and a power port.

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