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  1. As a long time GH4 user, I’ll be looking to upgrade eventually to the BMPCC 4K. In post production, I’ve always loved working with Prores for both editing and exporting . Since the BMPCC 4K can acquire all forms of Prores internally, it seems to be an ideal choice for having a End to End Prores workflow (acquire>edit>finish in the same format). Outside of increased file size, are there any downsides of this approach that I should be aware about? Extra info: I primarily edit in both FCPX and Premiere on my MacBook Pro.
  2. Good day all, I had the impression that the only difference between the BMPCC 4k & 6k sensors is resolution and size, I'm planning to buy the 4k model but I'm rethinking it after reading the this cinema 5d article, I'm interested in the under exposure test, (disregarding the noise) the 4k model suffers from a some tent & brightness shift when brought back to neutral in Davinci resolve Raw tab. Dose this mean that the bmpcc 6k data is more stable can be abused more in post? any advice would be appreciated.
  3. "CaptainHook" DP'd a new music video shot using all of Blackmagic Design's cameras: A pre-release beta BMPC-4K, BMPCC pocket, and BMCC: For details, refer to the notes on the Vimeo page. -
  4. Marco Solorio has posted the 1st teaser trailer for his forthcoming documentary on BMW racing, shot using all of Blackmagic Design's cameras: A pre-release beta BMPC-4K, both BMCC-EF and BMCC-MFT (including using a B4 broadcast HD zoom lens), and BMPCC pocket cams: For details, refer to the info on Marco's Vimeo page. -
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