Blackmagic Design Studio Camera 2

  • €1,389.00

The world’s smallest broadcast camera with the world’s largest viewfinder!

The Blackmagic Studio Camera is the world’s most advanced broadcast camera for live production! You get a massive 10 inch viewfinder, MFT lens mount, talkback, tally indicators, phantom powered microphone connections, 3G-SDI and user upgradeable optical fiber connections that let you connect to your switcher with a single cable! Its incredibly tough, lightweight magnesium alloy body is packed with all the built in features you need for multi camera production and broadcast. 


  • High resolution 1920x1080 sensor in HD model and Ultra HD sized sensor in 4K model
  • Built in large 10 inch super bright wide viewing angle LCD viewfinder with sun shade
  • Optical SMPTE compatible SFP optical fiber socket allowing user installed optical fiber
  • 3G-SDI on HD model for up to 1080p60 and 12G-SDI on 4K model for up to 2160p60
  • Compatible with high quality Micro Four Thirds lenses. Compatible with other mounts via common third party adapters such as B4 broadcast lens mount
  • Built in, two way digital quality talkback using high quality affordable general aviation headsets
  • Includes front and rear tally indicators using tally over SDI protocol
  • Built in DaVinci Resolve primary color corrector
  • Remote control camera features such as color corrector, lens control, talkback, tally and more via SDI from an ATEM switcher
  • Features all standard connections, including dual XLR balanced mic/line audio in with switchable phantom power, headphone and microphone jack for talkback, LANC remote control and standard 4 pin XLR broadcast standard DC 12V power connection
  • On screen menus for all camera settings
  • Supports 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30 and up to 60 fps in HD model, up to 60 fps in 4K model
  • Compatible with ATEM range of live production switchers

The following lenses are currently supported for Blackmagic Studio Cameras and can be controlled with a supported LANC controller (20/05/2015):


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