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BlackMagic Design unveils new 6K Pro camera and ATEM Mini Extreme switcher - Tech Guide

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BlackMagic Design is an Australian company that produces some of the world's highest quality digital film cameras, editing products, video surveillance and live production switchers.

These latest products were naturally announced during the live broadcast, and Blackmagic Design's own products promoted end-to-end development.

Compared with previous models, BlackMagic Design PCC 6K Pro has been greatly improved and provides the same quality as Hollywood feature films.

It has a brighter 5-inch adjustable tilt HDR display, so you can easily achieve framing and focus whether you shoot in 4K or 6K.

Four anti-vibration microphones and a built-in speaker are onboard.

The camera also has a heavy-duty lens mount that can obtain EF lenses from other digital SLR cameras.

Filmmakers can choose to shoot on SD cards, CFast media or external USB-C drives.

PCC 6K Pro also has BlackMagic Design's own new format BlackMagic RAW to capture and preserve the quality of sensor data.

In terms of audio, there are also two mini XLR ports for connecting external microphones.

Last year, ATEM Mini Pro achieved great success, but the newly launched ATEM Mini Extreme has further expanded it.

Larger video switchers can now connect and control up to 8 different cameras via HDMI, and can connect to the Internet for smooth real-time streaming.

With multiple camera angles at your fingertips, ATEM Mini Extreme will help you make professional video streams and recordings.

There are also two USB ports that can be used to connect an SSD drive for recording or to a computer running the included BlackMagic Design software.

These new BlackMagic Design products will be available in late February.

Stephen is the editor of "Technical Guide" and one of Australia's most respected technology journalists. He often talks about the latest technology news, products and trends on radio and television.


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