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    Quote Originally Posted by Samir Patel View Post
    I agree x 3. Multicam interview projects... Built in monitor... Raw 6K... Makes life a lot easier AND today.
    I'm all for more multicam in general of your work my friend....just saying ;)
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    The more I think about it, the more I wish it was RF (or some kind of universal BMD mount)... Would've pre-ordered without question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike P. View Post
    The more I think about it, the more I wish it was RF (or some kind of universal BMD mount)... Would've pre-ordered without question.
    I agree. RF mount would have been really great for this.
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    I agree. RF mount would have been really great for this.
    Problem with RF mount is Blackmagic uses the same inefficient IR Cut in all of their cameras. You would not be able to use the Canon EF-ND mount without using some kind of IR cut anyways. Not sure the RF mount adapters affect battery life, but the Pocket 6k already advertises 15 minutes less.
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    Anything shorter than EF (or even native PL mount for that matter)would mean the end to UMP2. As horrible for motion capture as this form factor is the UMP2 would be killed on the price point alone...
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    Very aggressive/impressive price to specs ratio. I guess we'll all be able to see just how good it is (or isn't) soon enough...

    Shared my thoughts as I see this as potentially the biggest value-for-money disruption/shift since the original BMCC or the A7s (4k out of hdmi)... the big ones prior being the Red one (high end) and the 5D Mk ii (entry level). I'd pick one up if I didn't have my eye on other gear... And already have the stellar Red Scarlet-w :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominik Muench View Post
    I'm all for more multicam in general of your work my friend....just saying ;)
    Hehe thank you my friend. You are too kind!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacek Zakowicz View Post
    Anything shorter than EF (or PL mount for that matter)would mean the end to UMP2. As horrible for motion capture as this form factor is the UMP2 would be killed on the price point alone...
    Dunno about that.

    With the G2 theres internal ND, much higher dynamic range, two customisable SDI outs, full size XLR audio, higher integration time (less RS), much higher frame rate options, interchangeable and user shimable lens mount, EVF that's designed to work with it, ProRes444 option (only to HQ on the 4K/6K), orientable screen, more accurate TC clock with a dedicated TC input, ref input for multicam...that's a lot more that's different than the same...

    They're totally different cameras aimed at totally different users.

    Like the first camera that came out, was originally EF only, I wouldn't be surprised if enough people ask, that a PL version of the P6K shows up....

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Brawley View Post
    Dunno about that.

    With the G2 theres internal ND, much higher dynamic range, two customisable SDI outs, full size XLR audio, higher integration time (less RS), much higher frame rate options, interchangeable and user shimable lens mount, EVF that's designed to work with it, ProRes444 option (only to HQ on the 4K/6K), orientable screen, more accurate TC clock with a dedicated TC input, ref input for multicam...that's a lot more that's different than the same...

    They're totally different cameras aimed at totally different users.

    Like the first camera that came out, was originally EF only, I wouldn't be surprised if enough people ask, that a PL version of the P6K shows up....

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    NDs are easily solvable in a few different ways once the space is available. The rest is easily offset by the price and size advantage. Nobody cares what market the manufacturer intended the cameras for. Especially in the indie segment where production is much more flexible and budget oriented. But....the market will speak...much more quietly if BMPCC6K remains EF only...
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    Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K


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