Blackmagic Design has officially announced rumored Pocket Cinema Camera 4K today. The US price for Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 4K is $1,295, now available for pre-order at B&H Photo Video/Adorama, will be shipping on September 3, 2018. The Pocket Cinema Camera 4K is built around a Four Thirds sensor with dual native ISO and a native DCI 4K (4096×2160) resolution, and will record DCI 4K at 60 fps and windowed HD (a native 1080 crop) at up to 120 fps in either 10-bit ProRes or 12-bit Raw formats. Various internal recording media are supported including standard SD cards, UHS-II cards, and CFast 2.0 cards.
The upcoming Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K will be announced soon. Here are first leaked images of Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K.
The next Canon camera body will not be EOS 6D Mark II, instead, it will be Canon Cinema EOS C200. Since 6D Mark II is rumored to be announced in July, 2017, so Cinema EOS C200 will be announced in June or July. CR said that Canon didn’t announce this camera at NAB Show last month due to availability.
Canon has announced Cinema EOS C700 and XC15 4K camcorder today. With the release of these cameras, Canon has become a worthy competitor with the ARRI Alexa. While the Xc15 is a great option for budding (but serious) cinematographers, the C700 is targeted primarily at high-end, Hollywood-style productions as well as ENG/EFP television production.
According to CanonRumors, Canon is planing to announce a true ARRI competitor in the beginning of September, 2016 at IBC, which runs from September 8, 2016 until September 13, 2016 in Amsterdam.
Along with yesterday’s 250MP APS-H CMOS sensor announced by Canon, Canon Japan today announced developing next-generation imaging devices to expand the possibilities of visual expression. These are: 120MP full frame DSLR camera with 5D series body, 8K Cinema EOS video camera and professional-use 8K reference display.