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2021 New Cine Camera Roundup

2021 New Cine Camera Roundup

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Looking to upgrade your video capture as we bid adieu to 2021? Here to brighten up a challenging year is our roundup of the top cine-style cameras introduced during 2021, perfect for creating narrative video content like an indie feature, crafting a documentary, or producing a film-look industrial piece. Each of these cine-style machines has their own feature touches so read on to see which best suits your capture needs.

What exactly makes a camera “cine-style”? Simply put, these cameras maintain the modular configuration and high resolution of the film cameras successfully used for decades in cinema production. Cine-style features include a lens mount that accommodates interchangeable lenses, a robust sensor with a wide dynamic range, the ability to mount a variety of add-on components like a follow focus and matte box, pro level connectors for outputting video for viewing and/or recording, removable recording media, and perhaps an integrated filter wheel.

These new cine-style camera choices include a streamlined, fiber-connected workhorse, a dual-format full-frame/S35 8K entry, an all-in-one camera/gimbal combo rig, and an 6K/8.6K pro duo with an interchangeable full-frame sensor. Several offer interchangeable lens mounts for greater lens versatility and (unlike most of us after months of work-from-home grazing), a couple of these new cameras feature a pared-down, lightweight form. While not all the big players released new cameras this past year, here are the offerings from industry biggies like ARRI, Blackmagic Design, Canon, DJI, Panasonic, Sony, RED DIGITAL CINEMA, and Z CAM (in order of introduction).

Compact 6K Capture with Pro Features: BMPCC 6K Pro

Here in New York, February brought a pile of snow (more than 2 feet) but in balmy Melbourne, Blackmagic Design expanded its cine camera line with the introduction of the Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro. Built around a 6144 x 3456 Super 35 sensor, the BMPCC 6K Pro employs the same Gen 5 color science used by the high-end URSA Mini Pro 12K, making it easier to blend footage shot with a mix of Blackmagic cameras.

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