Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema 相机 6K Pro
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro
- 包装尺寸:18.5 厘米长 X 20.1 厘米宽 X 27.2 厘米高
- 包装重量:4.5 磅
- Internal ND Filter
- 6K 50p
- 4K 60p
- 2x Mini XLR In
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro 由碳纤维增强的聚碳酸酯复合材料制成,6144 x 3456传感器,13个光圈等级和双本地ISO底接敏性高达 25,600 兼容多种常见的 EF镜头内部电动ND过滤器,适用于 2、4 和 6 个光圈等级。 ISO 25.600 在极低光下提供出色的性能标准,与常见软件兼容开放标准格式,可定制 1500 Nits 的 HDR 液晶屏,包括Blackmagic 颜色处理 5 一代可选黑魔法口袋影院相机 Pro EVF(电子搜索)专业迷你XLR输入,带48伏幻像电源,较大的NP-F570电池和可选Blackmagic Pocket Camera Battery Pro Grip 完整版DaVinci Resolve Studio,包括电影分辨率6144 x 3456(6 K)高达 50 fps 6144 x 2560(6K 2.4:1)高达60 fps 5744 x 3024(5.7K 17:9)高达60 fps 4096 x 2160(4K DCI)高达60 fps 3840 x 2160(超高清)高达 60 fps 3728 x 3104(3.7K 6:5 anamorph)高达60 fps 2868 x 1512(2.8K 17:9)高达120 fps 1920 x 1080(HD)高达120 fps 内置ND过滤器 高品质、电动的 Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro 的红外-D 过滤器可快速降低传感器上的光量。 专为相机的色调和色彩处理而设计的2、4 和 6 个停止的 ND 过滤器即使在坚硬光线下也能提供额外的游戏空间。 IR 过滤可按比例减少可见光线,消除相应的红外成分并消除图像中的红外污染。 激活按钮位于相机外壳的背面, 拇指可以舒适地从多功能手柄中使用。 您可以选择将过滤器设置显示为 ND 值、减少光圈数量或 LCD 上的小数。 可选的专业旋转取景器,便于精确的外部和自由手旋转,Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro 支持可选的搜索器。 它提供高品质的 1280 x 960 OLED 彩色显示屏,带内置近似传感器和屈光器,四个元素,厚度从 -4 至 +4 屈光度进行不可缺少的聚焦。 借助内置数字测试表 , 您可以将搜索者设置为准确的清晰度。 您也会显示重要状态信息,如 Frameguides 。 Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro 电子取景器通过单个连接器进行安装。 取景器具有 70 度的旋转范围,并配有 4 种不同的目镜罩,用于左和右眼。 大型 5 英寸液晶屏。Blackmagic Pocket Cinema 相机背面的明亮的 5 英寸触摸屏便于划分和精确聚焦。 这可节省您拖动外部显示器的时间。 作为屏幕覆盖层显示状态和记录参数、直方图、焦点峰指示器、Pegel、图像边缘标记等。 为了检查单个镜头,您可以在 Nu 3D LUT 中使用所需配色和合适的外观。 Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro 液晶屏幕是一款扩展的 HDR 显示屏,可倾斜和倾斜,以便您可以从任何位置检查设置。 此外,6K Pro 型号的 HDR 显示屏的亮度为 1500 尼特,非常适合在阳光下使用。 Blackmagic Pocket Cinema 相机具有多种音频、监视、电源和其他端口。 监控有一个全尺寸HDMI 接口,可支持 HDR 和 10 位清洁源的输出。 为了控制具有重要信息和相机状态的图像,您可以轻松将相机连接到套装上的 HDMI 显示屏。 6K Pro 型号提供两个迷你XLR端口,可让您记录两个单独的音频轨道,无需外部混音器。 4 个内置麦克风具有极低的基本噪音,具有抗冲击性和防风性,在任何位置都能捕捉出色的声音。 一个 3.5 毫米音频输入用于摄像机麦克风,内置扬声器和 3.5 毫米耳机插孔用于播放。 通过 USB-C 直接记录到外部磁盘。Blackmagic Pocket Cinema 相机具有创新的高速 USB-C 扩展端口,可实现高达 5 Gbps的传输速度。
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The monitor has been troublesome from the beginning. When I send the camera feed to another device via HDMI, it pulls through the zebra lines and focus assist. My BMPCC 6k does not do this, but the Pro does. And even when I turn them off, it sometimes continues to pull them through. I basically have to toggle those individual features on and off, as well as the 'clean feed' button until they stop being pulled through the HDMI. It feels almost random as to whether or not they are being pulled through.
In addition, the LCD screen is not even close to showing me what I'm recording. I know all monitors are different, but this is ridiculous. What is actually correct in my recordings looks completely over exposed on the screen. I know it's not because of the histogram, but it looks terrible and makes it very hard to focus and frame the shot correctly. Again, my BMPCC 6k does not have this issue. I actually get that camera set first, then just mimic the iso/shutter settings on the 6k pro because I feel like I'm shooting a bit blind on that camera.
I've read many other people have had issues with the monitor too. They seem to have a wide range of issues though. I would love this camera otherwise, but until they fix it, I can't recommend buying one.
I record on a 2TB ssd (T5) at the lowest quality 4k and it's still stunning footage. I replaced both my old cameras now after getting a second bmd 6k pro. I just use canon dslr lenses and it's fine...
Watch out for auto exposure on the Iris and Shutter (NO AUTO ISO). If your scene changes in exposure even a little you have to cut the scene to adjust the settings for the new exposure and start recording again unless you want a HARSH jump in the shutter speed/angle or aperture during your clip. Alternately, in post you can split the clip and adjust for the changes in exposure settings, but that's just more work.
This camera desperately needs some smoothing of these transition as you adjusts manually or automatically during lighting changes. Good luck going outside from inside without it looking like you're falling down the stairs with the staggering jumps from one shutter speed to the next. If you have Cine lenses and you don't mind manually adjusting aperture/ iris for every possible lighting change (which would NEVER work for me since my iris setting is extremely important) then have fun, this will work for you. For me a cloud going in front of the sun for a moment in the middle of a shot basically ruins it. This camera is NOT design for scenes you can't shoot again and again. Unfortunately I don't have the luxury of editing my videos one frame at a time for a month, so if this is you, keep looking!
This isn't meant to be a burn of the camera, it does exactly what it's supposed to do really, really well for the price, but for ANYONE who is coming from a pro video camera or DSLR these shortcoming may surprise you. Those who have been shooting cinema cameras seem to be surprised that everyone doesn't know about these shortcomings, so you'll have trouble getting your questions answered on Black Magic forums, especially if you call them shortcomings!
There are a few things that I miss that my camcorders have: continuous auto-focus and face recognition; electronic zoom - my Canon lens doesn't support that; one hand operation. The 6K Pro is not a direct replacement but is very good at what it does. There's a good app for iOS called Bluetooth+ that duplicates the camera menu on an iPad so you can make adjustments without touching the camera while recording.