Posted by Sebastian - Cinema5d News on August 2, 2012
"Initially the Blackmagic Cinema Camera was expected to be shipped by August 31st. If you've been waiting for yours you might have noticed that this estimate hasn't been met, there's no sign of any real cameras yet, in fact they're still waiting in the shelves at Blackmagic Design.
This came from Blackmagic Design's Senior Communications Manager Patrick Hussey: "(...) Nearly ready for manufacturing and shipping, the camera is in the final stages of Thunderbolt certification and internal testing."
The headline spec of this camera is that it has a Super35 sized sensor similar to the Arri Alexa, Sony F3, FS700 or Canon C300. It shoots in a choice or codecs – either Cineform Raw 12bit or Cinema DNG 12bit. Recorded resolution is 2K – slightly higher than 1080P HD. Cineform is now part of GoPro so it’s interesting to see Kinefinity using the codec.
While most cameras provide exposure tools like waveform monitors and zebras, having a properly calibrated monitor or viewfinder serves as an additional means to quickly determine exposure – something that is especially useful in run & gun situations.
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