Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema

alaTest hat 330 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 4.5/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 4.0/5 für andere Produkte in der Kategorie Camcorder. Das Preisleistungsverhältnis und das Design wird von den Testern positiv bewertet, aber sie finden die Farbwiedergabe nicht überzeugend. Über die Größe gibt es verschiedene Auffassungen.

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Expertenbewertung von : Dan Havlik (pdngearguide.com)

Product Review: Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera

 

Capture cinema-quality video almost anywhere with this RAW-capable compact camera.

Captures cinema-worthy RAW video with impressive detail and wide dynamic range; ProRes format video files offer excellent image quality with less post-processing needed; portable, pocket-size camera build; affordably priced

Small image sensor magnifies lens focal lengths by 2.88x crop factor; small sensor size prevents capturing dramatic, shallow depth-of-field; noisy at high ISOs; short battery life; many operational quirks take some getting used to; steep learning curve...

The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera is a curious device. On the one hand, it fully delivers on its promise of being able to record cinema-grade HD footage full of detail with eye-popping dynamic range in a RAW video format. And it does it for a price...

Mai 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Michael Hession , Gawker Media (gizmodo.in)

Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera Review: Small, Fussy, Beautiful

 

- The announcement of Blackmagic's $3000 RAW-shooting Cinema Camera in 2012 caused such a stir in 2012 that not many could have anticipated a followup

Clearly the Pocket Cinema Camera has a lot riding against it. But I have no hesitation in saying that for certain applications, it's still worth buying. If you need something cheap, and want top notch-image quality, this camera could be for you. It's...

Jan 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Michael Hession (gizmodo.com.au)

​Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera Review: Small, Fussy, Beautiful

 

The announcement of Blackmagic's $US3000 RAW-shooting Cinema Camera in 2012 caused such a stir that not many could have anticipated a followup model, so soon, that was a fraction of the cost and a fraction of the size. The Pocket Cinema Camera...

Clearly the Pocket Cinema Camera has a lot riding against it. But I have no hesitation in saying that for certain applications, it’s still worth buying. If you need something cheap, and want top notch-image quality, this camera could be for you. It’s...

Jan 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Michael Hession (gizmodo.com)

​Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera Review: Small, Fussy, Beautiful

 

The announcement of Blackmagic's $3000 RAW-shooting Cinema Camera in 2012 caused such a stir that not many could have anticipated a followup model, so soon, that was a fraction of the cost and a fraction of the size. The Pocket Cinema Camera continues...

Jan 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Jesse Will (pdngearguide.com)

Object of Desire: Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera

 

Ditch your digital SLR for a pocket-size camera that's made to shoot 1080HD video.

Blackmagic says that the extra-wide range produces a richer moving image than DSLRs can, and mimics that of Super 16 film shooters, eliminating a loss of detail in blacks and blown highlights. The camera comes body-only; it has an active Micro Four...

Jul 2013

Kundenmeinung (newegg.com)

not for the uniniated

 

The BBMPCC is not for the casual videographer. The expense of fast SD cards and the short battery life place the camera firmly in the advanced amateur to professional realm. IN addition you will have to process the footage with an editing program (...

The BMPCC is a Siper16 sensor camera that uses micro4/3 lenses (not included). The camera can shoot in both ProRes422 and cinema raw (with a firmware update).I have tested both the Panasonic and Olympus lenses with mine and both work well.

You will require the fastest SD cards available if you do not want to have dropped frames ( I use SanDisk Extreme pro and SanDisk Extreme both cards can record at 80 Mbs or better). The camera will give you approx. 32min per card using Pro Res. You...

Jan 2014

Kundenmeinung (bhphotovideo.com)

Incredible

 

Really stellar dynamic range in a small package.

Jan 2016

Kundenmeinung (bhphotovideo.com)

A perfect first pro camera.

 

If you're switching from DSLR to a serious cinema rig this is the best place to start. Fortunately for you all the firmware updates are completed and the camera was finally finished about a year and a half after it was released.

Jan 2016

Kundenmeinung (bhphotovideo.com)

Great Camera

 

This camera is working great for me so far! I shot a short film with it, and the quality of the image is amazing. There is so much that can be done in post with the color grading. A great little camera that I would highly recommend.

Nov 2015

Kundenmeinung (bhphotovideo.com)

A Surprisingly Good Camera

 

Like all Blackmagic Design cameras the Pocket Cinema Camera is polarizing. On the one hand, it's small, shoots ProRes and even RAW, but on the other hand it needs a number of accessories to make it a really useable camera (defeating the pocket-ability...

Nov 2015