Blackmagic Design URSA G2 Broadcast Camera
. This updated G2 model features generation 5 color science and not only supports up to UHD 4K as its predecessor for production and studio work but can now be used as a 6K digital film camera that records in Blackmagic RAW format. The lens mount is compatible with 2/3″ B4 lenses, but it also includes an active EF mount adapter, allowing you to access a long line of professional cinema lenses. It allows you to apply 3D LUTs for cinema-like looks, has built-in optical ND filters, features 12G-SDI input and output, captures audio via two XLR inputs, and can record using Prores 422 and Blackmagic RAW onto CFast 2.0 or SD UHS-II cards.
The camera body is constructed with durable and lightweight magnesium, so it will hold steady in any environment. To power the camera, you can use the included 12 VDC power adapter or the preinstalled V-mount plate to utilize professional, high-capacity V-mount batteries. Also included with the camera are the URSA Mini shoulder pad, the URSA Mini top handle, a viewfinder mounting plate, and all the installation hardware and lens caps. A downloadable copy of DaVinci Resolve Studio is included, along with access to future camera software updates.
Three Cameras in One
Broadcast Production Camera
Live Studio Camera
Digital Cinema Camera
Digital Film Quality for Broadcast
Compatible with B4 Broadcast Lenses
Built-In Optical ND Filters
Common Media and File Formats
Dual Media Slots for Nonstop Recording
USB Type-C for Recording Direct to External Media Disks
Strong and Lightweight Magnesium Design
Built-In LCD with Touch Controls
External Status Display
The status display is a high-visibility LCD screen designed to be easily seen, even in bright light. The status display shows record, locked, and reference timecodes, along with the current shooting frame rate, shutter angle, aperture, white balance, gain, and iris. It also features a battery indicator, card recording status, and audio meters for monitoring levels. The screen’s backlight can be turned on when you are shooting in dimly lit locations and off when you are shooting outdoors and in bright light to increase contrast, making it easy to read under any condition.