Blackmagic Cameras Embrace New Dimensions and Beyond

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Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Cameras now support vertical aspect ratio video, which makes it easier for users to create vertical content for TikTok and YouTube Shorts. Simply rotate the camera to shoot in vertical aspect ratios such as 9:16 and 4:5. On top of that, the camera’s head-up display (HUD) rotates according to its orientation, making it easy to view important information regardless of whether it is upside down or not. For different aspect ratios, frame guides can be activated to ensure that important details remain in the shot.


In addition, files imported for editing in DaVinci Resolve will be automatically tagged as vertical to ensure they display correctly. The software allows users to upload their content directly to platforms like TikTok and YouTube after completing their projects.


Other features and enhancements of Camera 8.1 include vertical video support. In addition, the Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K now works with Zeiss Milvus & Otus EF lenses and provides an L-Fn button remap, a 9×16 frame guide preset, a change in With the Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, 6K G2, and 6K Pro models, the stills capture format has been upgraded from CinemaDNG to Blackmagic RAW, reference stills can be captured while recording or during playback, lens and autofocus performance has been improved, the HDMI VIC output code for some formats has been fixed, and the camera has additional features.


Furthermore, the update introduces Blackmagic RAW 3.0, which includes support for the Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K OLPF and the automatic rotation of vertical video clips.

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