Full 100% FIX for the “white orb” and “back spot” issues that appeared on the first BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera units.
The BMPCC originally shipped with a couple of issues as noted in my full BMPCC Review series (linked below if you missed them) – but the BMD, Blackmagic Design, have now issued a firmware update for the BMPCC that fixes the black-hole sun or “black dot” issue, and a Camera re-calibration fixes the “white orb” problem.
So now with a BMPCC White orb Fix and the Black spot fix, two potential “deal breaker” problems solved… The BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera is more tempting than ever!
Shot with the following lenses; Olympus 12mm f/2, Sigma 60mm f/2.8, Olympus 45mm f/1.8, Bower 7.5mm f/3.5 fisheye and Panasonic 20mm f/1.8
Both with and without a HOYA Vari-ND filter as required.
BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera Review – Hardware & Interface
BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera Review – Footage & Test video
BMPCC – Graded Vs Ungraded + raw audio
NINJA vs ProResHQ… Can YOU spot the difference? – BMPCC internal recording Vs Atomos Ninja 2
Random-Ass Glass – Adapted lenses on the BMPCC – BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera Review
SUPER SHOOTOUT – BMPCC vs GH3 vs 70D vs RX100 – BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera Review
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