Blackmagic Design URSA Mini Pro 12K with OLPF and Side Plate
The URSA Mini Pro 12K from Blackmagic Design is the ultimate professional digital cinema camera with the highest resolution and dynamic range. This revolutionary camera features OLPF (Optical Low Pass Filter), Side Plate, and other advanced features to produce stunning images with up to 12K resolution, up to 16 stops of dynamic range, and RAW support. It is designed to deliver superior image quality and flexibility for filmmakers, television producers, and cinematographers of all levels.
The URSA Mini Pro 12K features an innovative OLPF (Optical Low Pass Filter) and Side Plate to reduce aliasing and moiré artifacts. The OLPF passes only frequencies which the human eye can actually see, resulting in images that look better and are free from unwanted artifacts. The Side Plate prevents unwanted light from entering the optical path, which reduces flares and creates a more natural image.
The URSA Mini Pro 12K also includes See All Details, a feature exclusive to this camera. This feature allows users to see more details in their images than ever before, eliminating blown-out highlights and unlocked shadows. Combining its wide dynamic range and precise detail control, the URSA Mini Pro 12K is the perfect camera for even complex shoots.
The URSA Mini Pro 12K is available in multiple styles and configurations. There is a choice of PL, B4, or EF lens mounts, and a variety of accessories such as audio and timecode options, shoulder mount kits, and heavy-duty mounting systems. The camera also includes a full suite of software, so you can get started right out of the box.
With its advanced features, excellent resolution, and impressive dynamic range, the URSA Mini Pro 12K is the ideal digital cinema camera for capturing stunning images. It offers filmmakers of any level the ability to create high-quality images with ease. Whether you are shooting on location or in the studio, the URSA Mini Pro 12K is the perfect choice for your professional digital cinema camera needs