The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera is impressive as a standalone digital and video camera, but when you take a look at the accessories available you start to see the cameras true potential. The Blackmagic Cinema Camera is compatible with a large range of accessories and these include mics, mounts, lenses, controls and a lot more.
If you know very little about the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera and want to learn a lot more, then we recommend you take a look at a full review just like the detailed videos we featured in an earlier article. You will find one of the best reviews of Blackmagic’s Cinema Camera below this article.
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera accessories — the device was designed from the outset to be “accessorized”, as Blackmagic put it. Depending on your situation there will be an accessory to help, and this could even be a large movie production environment thanks to the cameras thread mounting points.
There are a number of accessories featured on Blackmagic’s official website, which include the ability to fit a huge choice of lenses, 3rd party mounts, remote controllers via the 2.5mm LANC remote jack, accessories for professional audio capture and a lot more.
Today, we wanted to feature a few videos below this article that showcase a hands-on with some Blackmagic Cinema Camera accessories. In the first video you will see a Kamerar Tank Video Cage being adapted for BlackMagic’s Design Cinema Camera, the second video touches on a number of accessory kits and the third highlights Tilta’s ES-T07 handheld rig that was designed specifically for the Blackmagic Cinema Camera.
In the final video you will see a Blackmagic Cinema Camera delivering flying shots after being fitted to a “multicopter”. Again, this gives you an idea of the vast range of projects Blackmagic’s camera is being used in.
What accessories are you looking to use with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera? Leave a comment below this article with accessories you either currently use, or desire to find for the camera.
Blackmagic price the Pocket Cinema Camera at just under $1,000, although you can spend much more than this on a single accessory for the camera if you are after professional equipment. This just shows that the Blackmagic Cinema Camera can be adapted for both a novice or professional, and for almost any situation in the tightest places to big production environments.
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