The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K features the high dynamic range and great low light performance of the famed BMPCC 4K camera, only with a larger 6144 x 3456 Super 35 sensor and an EF lens mount. Cinematic images with shallower depth of field and a bokeh effect are enabled through the use of larger EF photographic lenses. The extra resolution allows for a widened range of editing and color correction options.
The original advanced features of the 4K model such as the large 5″ LCD for easy focus, SD and CFast media, external USB-C media disk recording and lightweight carbon fibre build remain.
EF lens mount
6K shooting up to 50 FPS
Super 35 Sensor
CF and SD compatible
High speed USB-C expansion port for external media
Dynamic Range: 13 Stops Dual Native ISO: 400 and 3200 Metadata Support: Automatically populated lens data from electronic EF lenses. Automatic recording of camera settings and slate data and special notes. A 3D LUT can also be embedded in metadata of Blackmagic RAW files. Controls
Touchscreen menus on 5 inch screen. 1 x Power Switch, 1 x Record Button, 1 x Stills Button, 1 x Scroll Wheel with push integrated into handgrip, 1 x ISO, Button, 1 x White Balance, 1 x Shutter Button, 3 x software configurable Fn buttons, 1 x High Frame Rate (HFR) Button, 1 x Zoom Button, 1 x Menu Button, 1 x Play Button, 1 x Focus Button and 1 x IRIS Button. Connections
Total Video Inputs: None
Total Video Outputs: 1 x HDMI Type A Analog Audio Inputs
1 x mini XLR analog switchable between mic with phantom power support and line level (up to +14dBu). 1 x 3.5mm Stereo Input. Can also be used for Timecode input.
Analog Audio Outputs: 1 x 3.5mm headphone jack
Built in Speaker: 1 x mono speaker Media Format: Can format media to ExFAT (Windows/Mac) or HFS+ (Mac) file systems. Recording Formats: Blackmagic RAW 3:1, 5:1, 8:1, 12:1, Q0 and Q5 at 6144 x 3456, 6144 x 2560, 5744 x 3024, 3728 x 3104 and 2868 x 1512 with film, extended video, video dynamic range or custom 3D LUT embedded in metadata.
ProRes at 4096 x 2160, 3840 x 2160 and 1920 x 1080 with film, extended video or video dynamic range or custom 3D LUT