Blunty got his hands on a BMPCC – One of the very first Blackmagic pocket cinema camera‘s to hit Australian shores actually, Full BMPCC review series coming soon with Blunty’s usual collection of lots of sample footage and test video and camera to camera shootout comparisons… but for now, to herald the Blackmagic pocket cinema camera review series… an unboxing… because people like them for some reason I’m never really sure of…
but hey… it’s a chance to ask some pre-review questions and make requests I guess.
“Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
A true Super 16 digital film camera
that’s small enough to take anywhere!
The pocket sized Super 16 digital film camera that’s small enough to keep with you at all times, so you’ll never miss a shot! Get true digital film images with feature film style 13 stops of dynamic range, Super 16 sensor size, high quality lossless CinemaDNG RAW and Apple ProRes™ recording and the flexibility of an active Micro Four Thirds lens mount, all packed into an incredibly tiny size! The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera records 1080HD resolution ProRes 422 (HQ) files direct to fast SD cards, so you can immediately edit or colour correct your media on your laptop. Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera is everything you need to bring cinematic film look shooting to the most difficult and remote locations, perfect for documentaries, independent films, photo journalism, music festivals, ENG, protest marches and even war zones.”