News: FilmConvert’s New Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro Camera Profile Available
Following the exciting announcement of the Blackmagic RAW video codec, FilmConvert has released the camera profile for the URSA Mini Pro.
The Blackmagic Design URSA Mini Pro is a professional digital film camera that combines the incredible image quality of URSA Mini 4.6K with the features and controls of a traditional broadcast camera. It features built-in ND filters, an interchangeable lens mount that lets you change between EF photographic lenses or PL, B4 and F mount lenses, and has dual CFast 2.0 recorders as well as dual SD/UHS-II Card recorders for all-day recording.
Read: News: Blackmagic Design Announces Advanced New Blackmagic RAW Codec, 14 September 2018
This camera profile from FilmConvert includes updates for the new v4 color science from Blackmagic Design and the new Blackmagic RAW video codec.
The world’s first digital film camera with professional broadcast camera features and controls!
Introducing URSA Mini Pro, a professional digital film camera that combines the incredible image quality of URSA Mini 4.6K with the features and controls of a traditional broadcast camera! You get a massive number of ergonomically designed controls on the side of the camera so you can adjust most settings by feel, and without ever having to take your eyes off the action. URSA Mini Pro also features built-in ND filters, a status display and a revolutionary new interchangeable lens mount that lets you change between EF photographic lenses or PL and B4 lenses. URSA Mini Pro records up to 60fps and features dual C-Fast 2.0 recorders as well as dual UHS-II SD Card recorders. URSA Mini Pro is lightweight and comfortable enough to use all day, has controls that are extremely fast to use, and image quality that’s far superior to broadcast cameras costing ten times more!
Give Digital camera footage the color and grain of your favorite film stocks
Ever since the introduction of Digital Cameras, digital evangelists have been saying how Film would eventually be superseded and replaced. After several decades, this is finally happening. However, for many people, the look of the digital footage still leaves a lot to be desired and doesn't look as good straight out of the camera.
There is a standalone available, as well as versions for Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro, OFX (Resolve, Vegas, Scratch), Avid, FCP X and FCP 7, Photoshop.
Posted by Michele Yamazaki