Blackmagic presents multiple products at NAB 2016
Blackmagic has introduced products including a 4K duplicator and a portable Ultra HD video recorder at this week’s NAB.
The company’s stand also highlights its newest studio viewfinder and a multi viewer, in addition to showcasing its work adopting TICO from intoPIX for future video systems that support live transmission over Ethernet networks.
The Blackmagic Duplicator 4K allows delivery of Ultra HD content to consumers by recording files onto SD cards, which can be distributed the moment an event finishes. It features 25 built in SD card recorders, multi-rate 12G-SDI connections and a real-time H.265 encoder.
Its URSA Studio Viewfinder turns the Blackmagic URSA Mini into a studio camera. The 7-in viewfinder has been designed for camera operators working on live events who may be working behind the camera for long periods, with fully adjustable buttons for fast operation. The latest Camera Update 3.2 adds features such as talkback, tally, camera control and lens control from ATEM switchers.
The Blackmagic MultiView 4 allows operators to monitor 4 independent SDI video sources on a single display and output to an Ultra HD display.
Featuring 40Gb/s Thunderbolt 3 technology, the UltraStudio 4K Extreme 3 offers a Thunderbolt video capture and playback system. Blackmagic furthermore announced a high performance capture and playback solution with 4 independent channels, the DeckLink Duo 2.