Blackmagic Design has announced a raft of new products including a second generation URSA Mini Pro and the addition of Blackmagic RAW to the Pocket Cinema Camera 4K.

URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2 is the second generation URSA Mini Pro and features fully redesigned electronics, a new Super 35mm 4.6K sensor (15 stops of dynamic range) and can shoot  at up to 300 frames per second. A new USB-C expansion port also allows for direct recording to external disks.

Manufacturing of the URSA Mini Pro G2 will start next week and will retail at just under $6k.

There’s also a Blackmagic Camera 6.2 update, which is free to download today, and adds support for Blackmagic RAW to the Pocket Cinema Camera 4K. The company says Blackmagic RAW offers all the benefits of RAW with the ease of use, speed and file sizes of traditional video formats. It also features extensive metadata support, highly optimized GPU and CPU accelerated processing on the desktop and more.

Blackmagic has also announced DeckLink Quad HDMI Recorder, an all new PCIe capture card featuring 4 independent HDMI 2.0b input connections for simultaneously capturing any combinations of SD, HD, Ultra HD, 4K DCI and computer video formats.

There’s an update for DeckLink 8K Pro which allows its four 12G-SDI connections to be used for the independent capture and playback of 4 separate video streams. Also there’s a new software update that adds long form recording to the Blackmagic Duplicator 4K

Staff Reporter

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