Blackmagic Design has released Camera Setup ver. 7.0 that includes a host of new features for the URSA Mini Pro 12K, URSA Viewfinder and Blackmagic RAW.
The latest Camera Setup update adds support for Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K adding features including increased frame rates, Blackmagic RAW stills capture and broadcast lens connector support.
Frame rates have also been increased up to 75 fps for 12K 2.4:1, 120 fps for 8K and 4K DCI, 16:9 and 6:5 Anamorphic, 160 fps for 8K 2.4:1 and 4K 2.4:1, and 240 fps for 4K Super 16.
Finally, the update adds support for new 12K LUTs and 12K exposure metering when using Blackmagic URSA Viewfinder with Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K.
What’s new in Blackmagic Camera Setup 7.0
New features for Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K.
- Increase 12K 2.4:1 maximum frame rate to 75 fps.
- Increase 8K DCI, 16:9 and 6:5 Anamorphic to 120 fps.
- Increase 4K DCI, 16:9 and 6:5 Anamorphic to 120 fps.
- Increase 8K 2.4:1 and 4K 2.4:1 to 160 fps.
- Increase 4K Super 16 to 240 fps.
- Adds Blackmagic RAW stills capture support.
- Adds broadcast lens connector support.
The Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K is a revolution in digital film with a 12,288 x 6480 12K Super 35 sensor and 14 stops of dynamic range, built into the award winning URSA Mini body. The combination of 80 megapixels per frame, new color science and the flexibility of Blackmagic RAW makes working with 12K a reality. Oversampling from 12K gives you the best 8K and 4K images with the subtle skin tones and extraordinary detail of high end still cameras. You can shoot at 60 fps in 12K, 110 fps in 8K and up to 220 fps in 4K Super 16. URSA Mini Pro 12K features an interchangeable PL mount, as well as built in ND filters, dual CFast and UHS‑II SD card recorders, a SuperSpeed USB‑C expansion port and more.
New features for Blackmagic URSA Viewfinder.
- Adds support for new 12K LUT’s.
- Adds support for new 12K exposure metering.
If you’re project calls for a lot of over the shoulder or handheld shooting, you’ll want to add the Blackmagic URSA Viewfinder. You get a high resolution 1920 x 1080 color display that lets you get incredibly accurate focus and the screen is so sharp that it’s impossible to see any individual pixels so it’s just like using an optical viewfinder on a traditional film camera. The viewfinder can be adjusted for either left or right eye use. Simply plug it into the power and SDI viewfinder output, then start shooting! The viewfinder features a sensor that turns off the screen when you’re not using it to save power and extend the life of the OLED screen.
No new features in 7.0 for other camera models.
What’s new in Blackmagic RAW 2.0 Beta 2
- Added support for Blackmagic RAW 2.0 on Windows.
- General performance and stability improvements.