Use this 5'-long 2-Pin Female to D-Tap Male Power Cable for BMPCC 4K from Bescor to power your Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K from a D-Tap power source.
Bescor BMADT Overview
Bescor BMADT Specs
|Connector 1||1 x 2-Pin SF610/S2 Female (Locking)|
|Connector 2||1 x D-Tap Male|
|Cable Length||5' / 1.5 m|
|Package Weight||0.15 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4.9 x 2.85 x 2.3"|
Bescor BMADT Reviews
comes in a box
Lots of extra packaging, but arrived quickly and works as expected. The original power supply uses epoxy at the camera connect - this one is not epoxied. We'll see how long it lasts!
Worked Great Until It Failed
Owned this cable for about 2 months. Failed on me during a wedding and I was completely unable to power the camera. Cable housing and internals are too cheap to trust. STUDIO USE ONLY! This cable will die on the field.
Like it more than the coiled ones, which tend to pull on the camera when stretched out. We use it to power the new Black Magic Pocket Cinema Cam. with Anton Bauer Batts. For Steadicam, etc. it would be nicer to have a more thin and flexible cable, but its workable with this one.
Unfortunately the 10' cable dropped the charge on my bmpcc 4k rendering it useless. I can't imagine the others will have this same problem but because I wasn't able to schedule a return in time, this was an incredibly disappointing purchase.
great for connecting a Pocket 4k to a v-mount
I use this to connect a 98Wh v-mount battery to the Pocket Cinema 4k. The connectors are good (unlike the coiled one that I bought).
great way to power the BMPCC4k/BMPCC6k
This connects the BMPCC4k/BMPCC6k to a small V-mount battery to remove the concern about battery life.
The product works fine but, as far as durability and the longevity of the cable, it's cheap (at least the one I received is). I've used it a handful of times and have had two issues with it. The first issue was the ground of the D-Tap connection; it wasn't properly secured but I was able to open it up and tighten the clamp which solved the charging problems I was having. The second issue is now on the side connecting to the camera! I can't fix that end because I have no idea how to get to it. If the cable it hanging loose, the camera won't charge. The only way to get it to work is by pushing the cable towards the camera body. I thought it might be the camera connector but it works flawlessly with the AC adapter. I'm not sure if this is just a faulty unit but I wouldn't recommend it (or I recommend getting two in case one fails)!
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