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LAS VEGAS, April 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NAB 2013 -- Blackmagic Design today announced Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, a beautifully designed, pocket sized digital cinema camera that includes powerful features such as Super 16mm sized 1080HD sensor, super wide 13 stops of dynamic range, built in SD card recorder for Apple ProRes, lossless compressed CinemaDNG RAW capture and active Micro Four Thirds lens mount, all in an attractive compact design for only US$995.
Blackmagic Design today announced a second model of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera that features passive Micro Four Thirds lens (MFT) mount, so customers now have an even greater choice of lens options when shooting.
The sixth edition covers new technology including Photoshop CS5, Camera Raw 6, Micro Four Thirds cameras, panoramic stitching, HDR merging and other emerging topics.
From Sony's NEX-3, to Panasonic's Micro Four Thirds range, these pieces of kit put DSLR-like controls and quality in a much smaller body.
An example of this new camera class is the Micro Four Thirds system.
Fully-compliant with the Micro Four Thirds System standard, the Lumix G Micro System combines a downsized body with advanced functions that achieve both high performance and operational comfort.
Panasonic has unveiled the LUMIX DMC-G2, the world's first digital interchangeable lens system camera with a movable LCD that allows for touch-control, and the successor to the award-winning and revolutionary LUMIX G1, which was the world's first Micro Four Thirds digital camera.
The digital era's next generation Olympus Pen -- the first ground breaking Olympus Micro Four Thirds model -- also packs all the advantages of Olympus imaging technology including image stabilisation, dust reduction system and bright interchangeable lenses, including the first Olympus interchangeable lenses specially designed for the new Micro Four Thirds format.