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Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)

Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)

Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)

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Product Highlights

  • Super-35mm CMOS Sensor
  • 4608 x 2592 Video up to 60p
  • Compressed Raw Recording
  • Ready-to-Edit ProRes 444 + 422 Recording
  • Dual CFast 2.0 Memory Card Slots
  • 12G-SDI Output, Timecode & REF Input
  • 1080p Flip-Out Screen
  • Touchscreen Interface
  • 2 x XLR Audio Inputs with Phantom Power
  • Magnesium Alloy Body
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Version: 4.6K

4.6K 4K Pro

Lens Mount: EF

EF PL

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Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K overview

  • 1Description

Now in a smaller, more handheld-friendly form factor, the URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera from Blackmagic Design can record cinematic images with its Super-35mm 4.6K, sensor with 15 stops of dynamic range. The ergonomic body design is balanced and can be used for many different styles of filmmaking. The EF-Mount is compatible with a plethora of popular lenses, opening different aesthetic options. A rosette on the side of the camera accepts the included side handle, which can control Start/Stop via a LANC connection.

To produce cinematic images, the URSA Mini can record raw sensor data in the CinemaDNG format onto CFast 2.0 memory cards at up to 60 fps. The raw files preserve the full dynamic range and color tonality output from the sensor, so you can have greater control over the look in post-production. However, data-heavy uncompressed raw files aren't always easy to deal with on set, so in addition to uncompressed raw recording, the 4.6K URSA Mini provides compressed raw recording at 3:1 and 4:1 compression ratios to save space while retaining post-production flexibility.

The URSA Mini also records UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) and 1080p video using ready-to-edit ProRes files in many different flavors within the 444 and 422 chroma subsampling variations, depending on your workflow. Starting at the high end, UHD footage can be recorded in ProRes 444 XQ at a rate of 312.5 MB/s all the way down to 1080p in a ProRes 422 Proxy file coming in at a relatively paltry 5.6 MB/s data rate. Since the camera accepts dual CFast cards, you can record for long periods of time by having the camera switch cards when one is full.

Power for the URSA Mini can be supplied via a 4-pin XLR jack at the rear of the camera. With an optional plate, the URSA will accept professional V-Mount or Gold Mount batteries on the back. Once connected to power, the URSA can even distribute power through a second 4-pin XLR jack.

Camera Features

Compact Handheld Design
Sizing down the familiar URSA shape enables the URSA Mini to fit into feature and indie film, broadcast TV, commercial, documentary, and music video workflows with crews of any size. Using the optional shoulder mount with a built-in quick release plate, the URSA Mini can go from handheld to shoulder to tripod in a matter of seconds. Despite its size, the URSA Mini still fits essential I/O for professional workflows.

The body is made from magnesium alloys to keep the URSA Mini lightweight at 5 lb. To make the camera more acceptable for handheld usage, a side handle is included. With the optional shoulder mount, the handle can be extended off the side of the camera to be used in a doc-style configuration.
4.6K Super-35mm Sensor
With an effective resolution of 4608 x 2592, the sensor housed inside the URSA Mini can capture motion pictures that have greater-than 4k resolution with a film-like 15 stops of dynamic range. A wide exposure latitude allows for greater control in post, enabling highlight recovery while keeping the shadows clean from artifacting.

The URSA Mini can record the entire sensor at up to 60 fps to fit television or other workflows which require higher frame rates. Using a smaller portion of the sensor, the URSA Mini can also record slow-motion footage at up to 120 fps in 1080p resolution. When recording high frame rates, the URSA Mini will conform captured footage to the set standard frame rate, resulting in smooth footage that doesn't require post-processing before editing.

Touchscreen Control
In addition to more traditional button-driven menus, the URSA Mini features a foldout 5-inch, 1920 x 1080 resolution capacitive touchscreen LCD monitor. Using the easily navigable touchscreen menu, you can see and change all camera settings, view timecode, histograms, audio levels, and focus peaking, as well as add shot metadata with an on-screen keyboard.
Professional Connections
The URSA Mini features multiple connections such as 12G-SDI out, HD-SDI monitoring out, two LANC inputs, balanced XLR audio with phantom power, timecode-in, and reference input. On the front right side of the camera, the 4-pin XLR DC and HD-SDI monitoring output are located in the perfect position for connecting to an optional viewfinder or on set monitor. The 12G-SDI output handles up to 2160p60 using a single BNC cable, and switches to 6G-SDI or HD-SDI depending on the shooting format.
Quality Sound Recording
With high-quality built-in microphones and professional audio recording features, you don't have to carry around extra sound equipment. You can use the built-in stereo microphone to record natural location sound or connect professional microphones using the two XLR mic inputs. The XLR connections have 48V of switchable phantom power, so you can plug shotgun or wireless lavalier mics for capturing more detail. You can quickly adjust levels using the physical knobs, while monitoring the audio using the onscreen audio meters and headphones.
Multiple Power Options
On its own, the URSA Mini includes a 4-pin XLR industry standard power connector that works with 12 to 30V external power supplies. That means it's easy to use the camera with existing professional power supplies and batteries. The camera uses the same battery power connector and mounting points on the rear of the camera as used on the original URSA, so you can use the same range of battery plates from a wide range of manufacturers such as IDX, Frezzi, Anton Bauer, and more. You can also add the optional Blackmagic URSA V-Lock Battery Plate for using popular V-Mount batteries.
DaVinci Resolve Software Included
Included with the camera is a DaVinci Resolve USB dongle, which contains a license to unlock the full feature-set within the software. The full version of DaVinci Resolve is compatible with Mac and Windows, and can be used for editing, color grading, media management, mastering, and delivery. DaVinci Resolve can easily handle the 12-bit log RAW images from URSA Mini so you can take advantage of the URSA Mini's amazing image quality and wide dynamic range. DaVinci Resolve features advanced, multi-layer timeline editing with powerful trimming tools, along with the industry's leading suite of creative grading tools
In the Box
Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)
  • EF-Mount Port Cap
  • Side Handle
  • LANC Cable
  • Power Supply (Brick Only, No Power Cord)
  • DaVinci Resolve Full-Version License Dongle
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description

    Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K specs

    Sensor
    Size 25.34 x 14.25 mm (Super-35)
    Lens Mount Active Canon EF
    Effective Resolution 4608 x 2592
    Dynamic Range 15 stops
    Shooting Resolutions 4608 x 2592
    4096 x 2304 (4K 16:9)
    4608 x 1920 (4K 2.4:1)
    3840 x 2160 (Ultra HD)
    3072 x 2560 (3K anamorphic)
    2048 x 1152 (2K 16:9)
    1920 x 1080
    Frame Rates 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94, 60 fps
    Display
    Dimensions 5" diagonal
    Screen Type LCD capacitive touchscreen
    Resolution 1920 x 1080
    Recording
    Media Card Slots 2 x CFast 2.0
    Recording Formats CinemaDNG Raw (uncompressed or lossless 3:1/4:1 compressed) @ 4608 x 2592, 4096 x 2304, 4608 x 1920, 3072 x 2560, and 2048 x 1152 (film dynamic range)
    Apple ProRes @ 3840 x 2160, 1920 x 1080 (film or video dynamic range)
    Data Rates 4608 x 2592:
    Uncompressed CinemaDNG Raw - 513MB/s
    CinemaDNG Raw 3:1 - 180 MB/s
    CinemaDNG Raw 4:1 - 135 MB/s

    3840 x 2160:
    Apple ProRes 444 XQ - 312.5 MB/s
    Apple ProRes 444 - 165 MB/s
    Apple ProRes 422 HQ - 110 MB/s
    Apple ProRes 422 - 73.6 MB/s
    Apple ProRes 422 LT - 51 MB/s
    Apple ProRes Proxy - 22.4 MB/s

    1920 x 1080:
    Apple ProRes 444 XQ - 62.5 MB/s
    Apple ProRes 444 - 41.25 MB/s
    Apple ProRes 422 HQ - 27.5 MB/s
    Apple ProRes 422 - 18.4 MB/s
    Apple ProRes 422 LT - 12.75 MB/s
    Apple ProRes Proxy - 5.6 MB/s

    Rates based on 30 fps
    Metadata Support Automatic camera data and user-entered data such as shot number, file names, and keywords
    Connections
    Output 1 x 12G-SDI, 10-bit 4:2:2
    Reference 1 x Reference input
    Timecode 1 x Timecode input
    Analog Audio Inputs 2 x XLR, selected mic/line level and +48 V phantom power
    SDI Audio Output 2-channel
    Remote Control 2 x LANC on 2.5 mm sub-mini, for controlling record Start/Stop, iris, and focus
    USB 1 x USB 2.0 mini Type-B for software updates
    Supported Standards SDI Compliance: SMPTE 292M, SMPTE 424 Level B, Draft SMPTE 2081-1, Draft SMPTE 2082-1

    SDI Audio Sampling: 48 kHz and 24-bit
    General
    Microphone 2 x Built-in cardioid microphones for stereo recording with -10 dB pad and low-cut filter
    Speaker Integrated mono (enabled in playback when headphones are not used)
    Controls Touchscreen menus on 5" screen, push button controls for navigating menus
    Mounting Options Integrated rod mounts compatible with 15mm Light Weight Support (LWS) standard
    System Requirements Mac OS X 10.9 or newer, Windows 7 (64-bit) or 8 (64-bit)

    Note: See Blackmagic website for detailed system requirements and configuration guides.
    Power Connectors Inputs:
    1 x 4-pin XLR input for external power supply or battery
    1 x 12-pin Molex connector on rear battery plate

    Outputs:
    1 x 12V output using 4-pin XLR for powering external accessories such as EVF
    1 x 12V regulated output from rear Molex 12-way connector
    Battery Plate Support Mounting holes for V-Mount and Gold Mount battery plates
    Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
    Storage Temperature -4 to 113°F / -20 to 45°C
    Humidity 0 to 90% RH, non-condensing
    Dimensions 8.2 x 7.6 x 5.8" / 21 x 19.3 x 14.7 cm
    Weight 5 lb / 2.3 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 8.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.9 x 10.0 x 7.9"

    Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K reviews

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    3.7

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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    A serious cinema camera that holds its own against RED/Alexa

    There's a lot of negative reviews up here on B&H and some user have obviously had legitimate issues. However, don't let these reviews put you off. There are loads of owners out...Read complete review

    There's a lot of negative reviews up here on B&H and some user have obviously had legitimate issues. However, don't let these reviews put you off. There are loads of owners out there with wonderful, working cameras that are producing amazing images.

    First off, people should not be giving this camera poor reviews based on it not having features which were never in the specs. Yes, it was supposed to have a global shutter and GPS, but these are not feature that most shooters will miss. In fact the roller shutter is very good - it's present, but no worse than on a RED Epic. The camera is heavier sand bigger than one might expect for a camera called Mini - this is not a lightweight, ultra handheld camera - but all that stuff is in the specs.

    Secondly, this camera produces incredible cinematic images and can hold its own against a RED Dragon or an Alexa, both of which I shoot with regularly. Obviously, given the price difference, there are feature that those camera have that the URSA Mini doesn't, but trust me, this camera is capable of producing images that easily compare to what those cameras can do. This camera DOES have 15 stops of DR and not even Alexa can shoot true 4K ProRes 444HQ. That's a huge plus for people doing projects that need a quicker turnaround than shooting RAW. Now, my camera did have a slight issue where the images exhibited magenta in the corners and right side of the frame, when shooting at f.8 and above. The new firmware has greatly reduced this problem and it's not barely noticeable even under when the saturation is pushed to 300%. I'm hopeful the problem will be eliminated entirely in a future firmware update, which Blackmagic support say is coming soon.

    The ergonomics of the camera are good - It's easily the best camera Blackmagic have made. Yes, there are some annoyances, such as the power button being behind the screen, and the screen not rotating 180 degrees to face outwards, but these aren't deal breakers.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Unusable Magenta Weirdness... BMD Silent

    So I am a commercial videographer. I DP, operate camera, direct and do some documentary work. I was one of the first to put in my pre order at B&H as...Read complete review

    So I am a commercial videographer. I DP, operate camera, direct and do some documentary work. I was one of the first to put in my pre order at B&H as soon as the camera was announced. I waited. And I waited. Then a year after the promised date I received. I wanted to be joyful... However. The camera is fraught with issues that make it unusable. Namely the uneven magenta cast.

    Everyone is talking about it. People that say "hey I haven't had a single problem." Look at their footage, cause its usually there.

    I've sent DNG's to BMD and they have told me to basically figure out a way to color correct it in Davinci Resolve, even after I requested an RMA. They told me they are not doing RMA's. That is scary.

    Please evaluate other cameras and know what you are getting into before purchasing this big pink problem...

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Excellent camera .

    By Leo Ross

    from Toronto

    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    Footage looks like the alexa , excellent codecs . Shoukd be used for motion pictures !

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Real Cinema Camera

    By Mark Reel

    from California

    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    Real close comparison to Alexa

     
    4.0

    Looks Beautiful, but not if it's under exposed

    By Travis

    from undisclosed

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    I love this camera. The shape is kind of awkward but the images look fantastic. I do notice slight FPN in the under exposed areas which kinda sucks but if you expose properly it looks great

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great ergonomics

    By Daniel

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    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    I've had this camera for about a year and it's been great. No issues, although I've read some negative reviews. Guess those were just floozies?

    Besides the obvious positives about this camera - image quality, etc. - I think the ergonomics are really good. For people who actually have to work with a camera all day long - you know what I mean. And also, the mic preamps are better than I expected. We had an issue with a field recorder one day and we decided to go right into the camera. The noise floor on the boom was low and we plugged a lav into the second XLR input. It saved the day.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Amazing

    By Diego

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    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    This is truly awesome. The sensor its spectacular. Im really happy with my purchase. If you can, go for it.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    More than what you pay for

    By William

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    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    In the under $10k market, the Ursa Mini 4.6k sensor is king. Whether you get this camera, or the Pro, you will be well taken care of. I've been shooting on this camera now for almost a year and absolutely love it. The menu systems are intuitive, very clear, and very easy to use. The size and shape of the camera is perfect, making it very easy to go handheld if you want to do that. As far as image quality goes... it's amazing. Just know the limitations. I typically avoid shooting lowlight, but I avoid shooting lowlight no matter what camera I'm using, so it's a non-issue for me.
    By the Ursa Mini 4.6k for the incredible color science, smooth highlight rolloff, and great dynamic range.

     
    5.0

    Amazing Camera!

    By Sean

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    I upgraded from a 7D set up and it's been such a pleasant transition! Very easy to use and beautiful results! Amazing picture for the MSRP :)

     
    5.0

    Most amazing camera ever!

    By Steven

    from Undisclosed

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    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    I've been a photographer and filmmaker for 30 years, and been searching for the look of digital cinema for over 10 years. I've owned and/or operated most all the major brands of cameras (except Arri). Finally, I've found an affordable camera with an amazing image which can definitely produce the look of cinema along with absolutely beautiful skin tones if you want them. With 10 bit ProRes, 16 bit RAW, and 15 stops of latitude, there is tons of dynamic range in the mid tones where skin tones live, which will produce the subtle gradations of skin, similar to a high quality DSLR in STILL mode. I also own the Blackmagic Production 4k camera which I love. It has an amazing image as well, but will not produce the subtle gradations that allow the look of cinema that I see in movies. I realize they had some issues with this camera early on, but those are fixed now, at least in my copy. My impression is that Blackmagic has improved their QC and is checking cameras before they get to the retailer now. I am blown away by this camera. The 5" monitor is high quality and large enough to shoot by without an external monitor, although I generally use one. That's one reason I chose this camera over the Pro version, because it has a 4" monitor to allow for all the external controls. So far, I don't mind using the touch screen. The CFast cards are relatively expensive, but they work really well, and transfer fast with a USB 3 reader. A 95 watt hr Vlock battery will run the camera for several hours. Like any camera, you of course need proper lighting and exposure. The only two shortcomings I'm aware of at the moment are the need for a waveform monitor (Blackmagic said they have had numerous requests for full scopes, which I suspect they will add through firmware at some point), and a delay in the headphone audio, which is very distracting, but not a deal breaker by any means. This camera, along with Davinci Resolve 12.5 (another amazing piece of software) can produce absolutely amazing images! There can be some noise in shadows, but that is generally easy to remove or subdue with chroma noise reduction in Resolve, which they have now made easy with a simple entry... and it renders very fast. There is simply nothing even close to the image quality of this camera at this price... and the fact that it records ProRes and RAW in-camera just makes it that much better. I've attached a sample test frame that was shot handheld in UHD ProRes and downscaled to HD. There was no noise reduction added. Just simple color correction to adjust the ProRes log image.

     
    5.0

    Nice camera

    By Gerardo

    from undisclosed

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    Great. Great. Just be sure to buy the power supply cable

     
    5.0

    Love my new toy!

    By Guadalupe M

    from Undisclosed

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    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    The images, the dynamic range and the overall look gives you the feeling that you've made it into the big leagues. Im so happy with. No magenta problems with my unit whatsoever. Yes be prepared to spend extra money on batts, cards, and accessories but this just adds to the point that this camera is not for the small time producers.

     
    5.0

    Nothing like this! Love it!

    By Ricardo

    from undisclosed

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    I knew from the beginning it was my perfect camera, and when shooting I saw instantly the quality and waited to see the results in post. It was Amazing the amount of quality and color it has just compared to the BMCC, just a great lens and the quality and information on the image will be stunning!

    "Bad" things (That are not so bad ):
    - Battery eater monster, I have a Switronix and an Anton Bauer, and they last almost 2:45 hours. but last almost 5 hours to charge, so…

    - Expensive media: No comets, only have one, can't afford more by now.

    A good guy at the end, loving Blackmagic as always, hate they launched the URSA Mini Pro with internal ND's, the only thing left for me in this model. If you're Ok with this, go ahead and save 1.000 USD compared to the Pro model. Totally worth it!

     
    5.0

    This camera is a great first step for production cinema pros

    By Zach

    from undisclosed

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    Just got this camera, used in on a studio shoot. In edit now- quality is unbelievable for price.

     
    5.0

    awesome camera!!!

    By bruce

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    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    this has got to be the best camera out in this price point. I really don't see why there have been so many negative reviews. it's not perfect by any means, but what few problems they are right now will probably be fixed with future firmware updates. it's really easy to get great looking pictures from this camera in resolve, just be sure your computer hardware is up to the task and you should be fine. I had to build a new workstation to use it as my old computer wasn't fast enough..my build consisted of two xeons and two m4000 quadro video cards, ssd and raid drives and it all works great.....I hope this helps some people out thinking about getting this camera....

    (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Best Image and codecs for the price.

    By Grant

    from San Diego

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    This s a powerful tool that has required dedication to unlock its full potential. It is a proper cinema camera that has forced me to learn about codecs, grading and lighting. I recommend it to anyone interested in a traditional / formal / narrative shooting style. The image is really beautiful if you give it enough light. This is not a very good camera for run and gun low light situations... however, I have used it that way and been happy with the results.

    (20 of 22 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Don't let the bad reviews stop you!

    By Chris

    from Atlanta

    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    There are a lot of bad reviews on here about the magenta cast and what not... but let me tell you, the latest update fixes every problem and makes the menu awesome! This camera puts out some of the prettiest images I've ever seen. There is nothing of this quality for the same price. Period.

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    5.0

    Fantastic Camera, Efficient Workflow, Insane Dynamic Range!

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    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    After moving from Sony and Canon DSLRs to the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (and Metabones EF Speedbooster), I was hooked on Blackmagic's cinematic look and amazing codecs (ProRes is great, but Raw is amazing).

    Being accustomed to editing Raw images from my Canon 6D, I expect images to start falling apart at a certain point when I push the highlights/shadows.  But when I started grading images from the UM 4.6k, I was astounded how far I could push images from high-contrast scenes.  Easily 2.5-3 more stops of latitude than my 6D.  (The UM 4.6k handles highlights better than shadows, so definitely over-expose high-contrast scenes by ~.5-1.5 EV for best results.)

    The firmware is unmatched (since 4.0) and is regularly-updated for free.  There is no complicated scheme whereby you can purchase additional features via expensive firmware upgrades (i.e. Sony's FS5 Raw upgrade).

    The Raw 4:1 compressed codec is phenomenal.  I could not see any difference in quality, even when pushing the footage in grading.  With two 256GB CFast 2.0 cards, I get a total of 62 minutes of recording time at the full 4.6k resolution (at Raw 4:1, 24p).  Just as important, I haven't found the compression to bottleneck my editing workflow: comparing uncompressed 4.6K Raw and 4:1 compressed 4.6K Raw, I achieved the same playback frame-rates on my 2016 MacBook Pro 15.  (This is likely down to the fact that the quad-core i7 processor is more than capable of handling the decompression while the FirePro 460 video card is the bottleneck in handling de-bayering.)

    Editing in (the included) DaVinci Resolve Studio is efficient and powerful.  Since Resolve 12 was released (with the addition of almost all NLE features), I haven't gone back into Premiere.  The "Generate Optimized Media" feature is fantastic – being able to seamlessly adjust grades on the original footage and have proxies updated without having to touch the filesystem or switch between programs/plugins is wonderful.

    My only critique of the UM4.6k is that IR control is hard: since the camera lacks an internal IR cut filter, it's hard to control IR on wide-angle lenses.  (This is because most circular IR-cut filters rely on reflection which can cause some discoloration when used on wide-angle lenses.)  It would have been nice if BMD had added a space in front of the sensor such that interchangeable filters could be added to the camera (much like Red's OLPFs).  This would allow users to add an IR-cut filter for days when they are shooting with ND and remove it when they are shooting in dark environments.

    Accessories:
    For lenses: you can't go wrong with the Canon 70-200 f/2.8 IS L II, Sigma Art 50 f/1.4, and Sigma 18-35 f/1.8.  That trio will give you fantastic image quality across almost all useful focal lengths.  
    For ND filtration (screw-on): the Heliopan VND is the best out there.  No color cast or other weird artifacts.  
    For rigging/mounting: get the BMD Shoulder Mount Kit and a Sony VCT-14 plate for your tripod – quick setup/transition from tripod to shoulder.  (Don't get a cheaper/alternative brand VCT plate, get the Sony VCT-14 version – expensive, but worth it.)
    For monitoring: get the BMD OLED viewfinder.  The UM's built-in screen is fantastic indoors and often outdoors.  But for work in direct sunlight or on-shoulder, you can't beat the quality/price of the BMD OLED viewfinder.

    CFast 2.0 is fantastic media – more expensive than SD cards/SSDs, but less expensive than the proprietary memory used by Red, Sony, et al.  It is extremely reliable and fast enough to allow 60p 4:1 4.6k Raw on a single card.  So, if you are on a budget, buy a 256GB card, then save up for a second down the road.  But make sure you check BMD's website for their tested cards – you don't want to find out you've ruined shots due to dropped frames just because you wanted to save $100 on media...  Lexar's cards are fantastic – you won't go wrong.

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    5.0

    Love this camera

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    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    Easy to use, high quality images. Highly configurable for what you are looking to do. Was looking at cameras for a few years, finally felt this one wouldn't be obsolete in a few years. Can hang with the $30k systems -- would take a very critical eye to notice quality differences when used at extremes.

    (9 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Magenta vignette

    By Harold

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    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    In 50 winter I had never seen magenta snow like this before..
    In desperation, I had tried the 4k and UHD window on, and magenta vignette is still there. I will attempt for an exchange. Some people on forum had received non defective unit with almost no magenta vignette in same lens/configuration as my test.

    Everything else is good with this camera. I put 2 stars because the image is unacceptable and workaround are very difficult.

    4608x2592
    FW4.0
    raw: lossless 
    Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM
    iso 200
    k5600
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    5.0

    $50,000 Image at $5,000

    By Alec

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    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    This camera produces a fantastic image for its price point. The new firmware makes the interface even easier to use. I have not experienced any magenta casts with this camera. While the main talking point on this camera is the image, it does have some expected drawbacks. It is not a low light camera and does not produce like a $50,000 camera at a high ISO. When used properly, this camera stands its ground against industry standard cameras like the RED and Alexa. I highly recommend this camera and Blackmagic Design, who have truly mastered the color science behind cinema cameras.

    (28 of 28 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Great cinematic image

    By Zachary

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    Comments about Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount):

    I have been directing and shooting national commercials and films for 15 years now. 90% of my work I am shooting is with Arri cameras. I do use Red cameras occasionally but have always preferred Arri's color, dynamic range, and the way the company carries itself. I purchased the 4.6K to have for personal passion projects and some work projects and have been highly impressed with the image! I found it interesting that the first one I ordered did have red lines and an issue with the sensor. I waited and placed another order a month later. The second one had plastic over the lcd screen with a small sticker in the corner that said "QC Check 10" on it, which was not present on the first one I had ordered. They must now be ramping up quality control checks - which is great news! The latest camera I have has been great with no issues. It has a fantastic image, very cinematic with great dynamic range. For the price, if it has had QC check, I would say is a camera with one of the best images out there. I do want to mention that people sometimes forget that it will always and has always come down to who is behind the camera. Don't get caught up in specs - find the camera that suits you best and create something. I keep this camera at 800iso or below. I treat it as if I were shooting film. Going out with an idea of having two film stocks with ratings at 400 and 800. I believe as time goes on, this camera will only get better.

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    Any updates as too when this camera will actually hit the streets?
    A shopper on Aug 21, 2015
    Best Answer: The information we have is that we are hoping in mid September to start shipping pre-orders.
    Reply · Report · Dennis A LStaff on Aug 24, 2015
    What is the ISO/ASA range of the 4.6k sensor and what is its base/native sensitivity?
    Thanks!
    A shopper on Apr 20, 2015
    Best Answer: As with all newly announced cameras, many specs have yet to be nailed down. However, an ISO range of 200-1600 has been reported with the Mini. We will just have to wait and see what proof is in the pudding.
    Reply · Report · Dennis A LStaff on Apr 23, 2015
    Any updates on the release date of this camera? The last estimate I saw was November 18, but that appears to have been removed.
    Bart J on Nov 6, 2015
    Best Answer: Unfortunately, we have no date of arrival for this camera. Please watch this space for updates.
    Reply · Report · Dennis A LStaff on Nov 8, 2015
    When is the release date? i really need it soon.
    Mauricio L on Nov 22, 2015
    Best Answer: I apologize, but this type of request cannot be taken care of through this feature of our website. Please contact our Customer Service department by entering Live Chat, emailing directly to cs@bhphoto.com, or calling us toll-free at 800.221.5743.
    Reply · Report · Heather SStaff on Nov 22, 2015
    Hi
    Maybe the question is silly, but has the camera an internal battery and if yes how long it last?
    Luigi D on Jun 3, 2015
    Best Answer: Sorry, no it does not have an internal battery. Unlike say the Blackmagic Design Studio Camera, the URSA Mini is more conventional and does not do that. The most popular battery solution will be to use either Gold Mount or V-mount batteries on the back of the camera. Some situations you will use a separate block battery and a 4 pin XLR cable.
    Reply (1) · Report · Dennis A LStaff on Jun 4, 2015
    Back in August 2015, I was told that this camera would be available sometime in October, we are now in March 2016, is this camera still being produced or has black magic cancelled the production of this camera?
    A shopper on Mar 7, 2016
    Best Answer: According to BMD the Mini 4.6k will be "shipping in March". I'm under the educated guess that they are still working out some bugs with the beta units.
    Reply · Report · Joshua M on Mar 8, 2016
    For all of the Blackmagic URSA Mini's, it says that "Power Supply" is included In the Box. Does that mean, a cable for continuous hardline power? or what?
    A shopper on Sep 1, 2015
    Best Answer: The URSA Mini comes with a hard wire AC power supply.
    Has there been any new release date updates in December from BlackMagic ?
    Paul E on Dec 22, 2015
    Best Answer: I apologize, but this type of request cannot be taken care of through this feature of our website. Please contact our Customer Service department by entering Live Chat, emailing directly to cs@bhphoto.com, or calling us toll-free at 800.221.5743.
    Reply · Report · Heather SStaff on Dec 22, 2015
    Does this camera have pre-record?
    A shopper on Apr 18, 2015
    Best Answer: A this time, there has been no mention of the Mini being capable of pre-recording.
    Reply · Report · Dennis A LStaff on Apr 22, 2015
    Will the Ursa Mini 4.6k work with the Ronin rig?
    Lucy N on Jul 23, 2015
    Best Answer: The URSA Mini weighs 5 lbs without a lens. With a Canon 24-70mm F2/8 it would be just under 8 lbs.
    The Ronin's capacity is 16 lbs so the answer is yes.
    The Ronin-M's capacity is 8 lbs so you are on the edge. We will have to say it is too close to call. Testing with the actual lens and set up will be required.
    Reply (1) · Report · Dennis A LStaff on Jul 23, 2015
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    Now that BlackMagic has released the camera, I was wondering when B&H would start filling orders?
    Matthew K on Mar 28, 2016
    Best Answer: I apologize, but this type of request cannot be taken care of through this feature of our website. Please contact our Customer Service department by entering Live Chat, emailing directly to cs@bhphoto.com, or calling us toll-free at 800.221.5743.
    Reply · Report · Heather SStaff on Mar 29, 2016
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    Does this camera have a strange crop like the previous BM's? Or is it full frame or a similar frame to a Canon 5DMk3?
    A shopper on Nov 3, 2015
    Best Answer: The URSA Mini's Super35 sensor fortunately is an industry standard size. The Super35 sensor is roughly the same size as an APS-C still camera sensor. Lenses for one format will work for the other. This is basically the same size imager as used for the vast majority Hollywood movies made since 1930. As such, it is not a crop of anything. The Super35 sensor as compared to a 5D Mark III's full-frame is about 1.6x.
    Reply · Report · Dennis A LStaff on Nov 4, 2015
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    Hi, the Ursa Mini 4.6k has a 25.34 x 14.25 sized sensor - will any APS-C lenses cover that? Some? None? How can I look up what sized sensor a lens covers?
    Scott C on Feb 16, 2016
    Best Answer: For all intents and purposes, the URSA mini has a Super35 sensor which is roughly the same size imager that Hollywood has used since 1896. APS-C and Super35 are slightly different dimensions but have virtually the same square area. Lens image circle area is more important. That said, any APS-C lens will cover the URSA Mini's Super35 sensor. Here are three links that might be of interest. http://bit.ly/1mIgewH, http://bit.ly/1OgR3b5, http://bit.ly/1KX9DtV.
    Reply · Report · Dennis A LStaff on Feb 17, 2016
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    Hey BH! I placed a pre-order on the 4.6K EF version of the camera about a month ago and just couple days ago the availibility changed to November 18th. Are you planning to start sending pre-orders sooner than that for those who ordered earlier? Or that date affects everyone?
    Elnar M on Sep 9, 2015
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    Reply · Report · Heather SStaff on Sep 10, 2015
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    Does the included side handle be able to control iris and focus as well with EF lenses?
    Luigi D on May 28, 2015
    Best Answer: According to Blackmagic, the URSA Mini includes a side hand grip with record start/stop, iris and focus buttons built in. The EF lens mount Mini should be able to control EF lenses but we are awaiting confirmation with this.
    Many details of this newly announced camera are being worked on that will not be "finalized" until release.
    Reply · Report · Dennis A LStaff on May 31, 2015
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    Any idea when it will be in stock?
    Best Answer: I apologize, but this type of request cannot be taken care of through this feature of our website. Please contact our Customer Service department by entering Live Chat, emailing directly to cs@bhphoto.com, or calling us toll-free at 800.221.5743.
    Reply · Report · Heather SStaff on May 12, 2016
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    What kind of lenses can fit on this camera?
    Jim D on Mar 15, 2017
    Best Answer: All the lenses that are EF mount. The canon EF-S mount wont fit. The Ef mount is the full frame mount originally from canon I believe, but other lenses as rokinon, sigma, zeiss can fit, BUT they have to be EF mount specifically. If you have other type of lenses, you can buy a metabones (an adapter for Ef mount)
    URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)
    URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)
    Reply · Report · Andres C on Mar 15, 2017
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    Are the 15 stops only available when recording RAW? I know, its only with rolling shutter....
    A shopper on Feb 10, 2016
    Best Answer: As long as you have the URSA Mini 4.6K, the 15 Stops dynamic range is available at any speed or codec.
    Reply · Report · Dennis A LStaff on Feb 11, 2016
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    The specs here and on the Blackmagic site say frame rate max is 60FPS but on their site's main URSA mini page it states it can do 120FPS at 1080p and 4.6k at 60p. Which is the right spec?
    Kevin A on Sep 30, 2015
    Best Answer: Of course the camera is not released yet, so some things are subject to change. But the 60fps is using the entire sensor and either at full resolution (4.6k) or down-scaled into HD, etc. The 120fps will be a windowed HD higher frame rate option. So max frame rate is 60fps with full features, where as 120fps is available with slightly limited features.
    Reply · Report · Myles S on Oct 5, 2015
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    Something that camera manufacturers often over-look in their descriptions is whether or not their camera will Does this camera shoot slower frame rates (i.e. 22fps, 18fps, 12fps, Etc.)? If you are shooting action, you shoot 22fps not 24. Will this camera "under-crank"?
    A shopper on Sep 20, 2015
    Best Answer: At this time we can only go by the information given us by Blackmagic and that is so say the camera frame rates are 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94, 60 fps.
    Reply · Report · Dennis A LStaff on Sep 21, 2015
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    When ursa mini4.6k pl mount will be in stock????-dr Asok
    A shopper on Sep 6, 2016
    Best Answer: We plan to have more of these models shipping as soon as possible.
    Reply · Report · AskBMDBlack magic Design Expert on Sep 13, 2016
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    Any idea of the shipping date if I pre order now? I need to know because i'm buying other items and they need to go all together on an international shipping!
    Thanks
    javier V on Feb 1, 2016
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    Reply · Report · Heather SStaff on Feb 2, 2016
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    I can't seem to find it in the specs anywhere... What is the crop factor on this/is it different on the 4K vs 4.6K?
    Brinton M on Nov 25, 2015
    Best Answer: While we do not have exact crop factor figures at this time the sensor on the Ursa Mini 4.6k is sized at 25.34 x 14.25 mm, which is consistent with cameras that have a 1.4x crop factor. While the Ursa Mini 4k model has a 21.12 x 11.88mm Sensor, which is closer to cameras that have a 1.6x crop factor.
    Reply · Report · Joseph PStaff on Nov 27, 2015
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    what are some of the more affordable power solutions for the Ursa Mini? Could you give us a package that includes a charger for the batteries? thank you.
    A shopper on Sep 17, 2015
    Best Answer: Our most affordable package is from IDX. It includes two CUE-D75 batteries, a Dual Battery Charger and the V-Mount Plate so you can connect the batteries to the Ursa Mini. It is a great value.
    CUE-D75 Two-Battery Kit for URSA Mini with Charger/Power Supply (V-Mount)
    CUE-D75 Two-Battery Kit for URSA Mini with Charger/Power Supply (V-Mount)
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    Does this camera come with a lens?
    A shopper on Feb 2, 2017
    Best Answer: No, it comes with only the camera, side handle and power cable. You will need to purchase battery plate, cfast 2.0 cards, and lens to properly use it.
    URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)
    URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)
    Reply · Report · MARTEZ G on Feb 2, 2017
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    Are there batteries and memory cards included? Curious as these are pricey and would need to be factored in on my purchase. Thanks.
    Ben I on May 22, 2016
    Best Answer: They are not - you will also need a battery plate (either V-mount, which Blackmagic themselves make, or Anton-Bauer gold mount, depending on your preference) and a card reader if you don't already have one. I would factor in at least another $1000 to start out with those.

    There are lots of options. But I went with Transcend Cfast 2.0 cards and IndiProTools V-mount batteries, and they both seem to work well. For the Cfast cards, make sure to stick to the compatibility list on BlackMagic's website
    Reply · Report · Michael H on May 23, 2016
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    Hola, me salen lineas horizontales al maximo de shutter a iso 800 y 1600 es esto normal? , a veces aunque halla iluminacion, en tonos negros igual los noto en baja luz es mayor, en esta camara!!
    Micael D on Aug 4, 2017
    Best Answer: Hello Michael,

    I've been shooting with Blackmagic Cameras since they began.

    Currently I shoot on the URSA mini pro, the camera you're asking about.

    The highest ISO setting I use is 400. Most of the time I shoot at 200.

    The camera is not that great in low light, and attempting to compensate for it by raising the ISO is only going to provide you with an image that you will not be happy with.

    As well, shutter speed is not a means to compensate for low light. I use just a small amount shutter speed to compensate for low light but only very sparingly within one setting.

    Bottom line is, bring lights. It's the only way to shoot with a Blackmagic camera.

    Take the time to dress a set with lighting and you will make the URSA mini pro look like a $50,000 rig.
    URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)
    URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)
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    Does this camera come with a lens?
    Darrin W on Mar 21, 2017
    Best Answer: No, this camera does not come with a lend. You'll have to purchase your own Canon EF mount lens.
    Reply · Report · AskBMDBlack magic Design Expert on Mar 27, 2017
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    Can Ursa Mini 4.6k record internally (CFast) and externally (SDI) at same time ? Thanks.
    Stephen O on Jan 5, 2017
    Best Answer: Yes. The Ursa Mini records internally to CFast cards while simultaneously outputting its video signal over the SDI's (of which it has 2). Of course you'll need an external recorder to capture the video from the SDI ports, but to answer your question yes it can easily.
    Reply · Report · Noah C on Jan 5, 2017
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    Can you record RAW video via SDI out on a Shogun Flame?
    Sean C on Dec 5, 2016
    Best Answer: The 12G output on the back of the URSA Mini allows you to carry out an Ultra HD (3840x2160) uncompressed signal up to 60p.
    Reply · Report · AskBMDBlack magic Design Expert on Dec 11, 2016
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