Blackmagic Design unveiled its Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, the latest miniature camera for filming. Very similar to the 4K camera introduced last year, it looks like the Minolta SLR of 1993, but has a larger sensor. The resolution is shot in Super 35 format (similar to APS-C). 6144 x 3456.
Except for resolution, switching to the Super 35 allows for much improved lighting performance and control of the depth of field. The 6K camera uses Canon's EF lens mount instead of 4K's Micro Four Thirds, and Blackmagic claims 13 stops of dynamic range with dual native ISO 400 and 25,600.
Pocket Cinema Camera 6K has many connectivity features such as mini XLR, full size HDMI, USB-C, DC power, microphone input and headphone output. The camera mainly works with the same 5 inch touch screen as the 4K model. 6144 x 3456 16:50 up to 50fps, 6144 x 2560 2.4: 1 to 60fps, or 2.8K 2868 x 1512 17: 9 to 120fps
Pocket Cinema Camera 6K is available now. Almost doubled.