Latin America. Prior to NAB Show, the company Blackmagic Design announced two new products, the URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2 and the HDMI DeckLink Quad recorder. In addition, the company also announced three product updates: Camera 6.2 Update, now with RAW for the Pocket Cinema Camera 4K; Desktop Video 11.0 Update and Duplicator 4K 1.2 Update.

the URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2 camera, a second generation version of the URSA Mini Pro model that includes redesigned electronic components, a new Super 35mm sensor with 4.6K resolution and a dynamic range of 15 steps to record to 300 f / s. In addition, it is compatible with the Blackmagic RAW format and has a USB-C expansion port that allows external discs to be used as a recording medium.

The URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2 model represents a significant advance in relation to the original version, since it includes entirely new electronic components to streamline the processing. Likewise, it has a Super 35mm sensor with 4.6K resolution that allows capturing images of up to 4608 x 2592 pixels, with a latitude of 15 steps and a maximum ISO value of 3200. This provides the possibility to record to 120 f / s with the complete sensor and to 150 f / s (DCI 4K) or 300 f / s (HD 1080) reducing the usable area of ​​it. In this way, the camera is ideal to capture audiovisual material of great dynamism, images of nature, sports and much more.

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For its part, the new model DeckLink Quad HDMI Recorder, a PCIe card with four independent HDMI 2.0b inputs that guarantee the simultaneous capture of images in SD, HD, UHD, DCI 4K or even in computer formats.

It has 8 lanes that allows you to transfer data at a maximum speed of 32 Gb / s. In addition, it presents four HDMI 2.0b inputs for multi-channel capture, which in turn provides the possibility of obtaining four different signals at a frequency up to 60 f / s. Each connection is compatible with different formats, so it's like having four cards in one.

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Richard Santa, RAVT
Author: Richard Santa, RAVT
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Journalist from the University of Antioquia (2010), with experience in technology and economics. Editor of the magazines TVyVideo + Radio and AVI Latin America. Academic Coordinator of TecnoTelevisión & Radio.

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