The new Pocket Cinema Camera 6K G2 finally offers features borrowed from the Pro model, including its larger battery, swivelling touchscreen and support for a 1,280 x 960 OLED viewfinder.

Blackmagic is finally updating the base Pocket Cinema Camera 6K with some welcome (if not earth-shattering) refinements. The company has introduced the Pocket Cinema Camera 6K G2 with features borrowed from the Pro model, including its larger battery, swivelling touchscreen and support for a 1,280 x 960 OLED viewfinder. The G2 otherwise sports the same capabilities as the original Pocket Cinema Camera 6K. The 6K G2 is available now for $1,995, or $500 less than its predecessor cost when new. This is clearly a better bargain if you're looking for a reasonably compact video-focused mirrorless camera, although you may still want to look at competition like the Sony A7 IV (with continuous autofocus and built-in stabilization) if you're equally interested in taking photos. notes you won't get the Pro's ND filters, however, and the conservative update means you won't find continuous autofocusing or in-body stabilization. You can record video for longer while improving the composition of your shots, to put it simply. You'll find its namesake 6,144 x 3,456 Super 35 image sensor with 13 stops of dynamic range and a peak dual native ISO of 25,600. (Engadget). Continue reading.



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