Hands-On with Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K – Their First Run-and-Gun Camera?

Blackmagic Design just announced over 30 new products. Among several new cameras is the Blackmagic URSA Mini, an ergonomic single-shooter shoulder camera with an all new 4.6K sensor and an impressive list of specs.

USRA-Mini-PLWe got our hands on the new Blackmagic URSA Mini, had a chance to play with it, see the images coming out of it and what we can tell you right now is that this is a camera to look out for. At $5000 for the 4.6K version and $3000 for the 4K version this camera is extremely competitive and worth considering.

USRA-Mini-PL-RearPlease watch the video for an in-depth look and all the features and specs the camera has to offer. Stay tuned for more, much more.

Mini-URSA-PL-FrontHere are the most important specs at a glance:

  • New 4.6K Global Shutter Sensor
  • Improved Dynamic Range and Low-Light-Sensitivity
  • Ergonomic Design
  • New OLED 1080p viewfinder ($1500) looks really nice
  • internal 12-bit RAW / ProRes recording
  • supports New ProRes 4444 XQ codec
  • up to 60p in 4k
  • up to 160 fps in 1080p windowed
  • up to 30p with Global-Shutter
  • built-in 5 inch 1080p monitor
  • LANC control

The Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K is already available for pre-order HERE
This will be one popular camera for sure.

The camera is said to ship in July starting from US$2,995 for the URSA Mini 4K EF, US$3,495 for the URSA Mini 4K PL, US$4,995 for the URSA Mini 4.6K EF and US$5,495 for the URSA Mini 4.6K PL models.

The URSA Mini shoulder mount kit will be sold separately.


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