Current Date:19 May, 2022

Blaackmagic URSA Broadcast G2

The new Blackmagic URSA Broadcast G2 is an incredibly powerful camera designed for both traditional and online broadcasters. The 3 cameras in 1 design allows it to work as a 4K production camera, a 4K studio camera or a 6K digital film camera! You can record to common SD cards, UHS-II cards, CFast 2.0 cards or external USB disks, using common file formats such as H.265, ProRes and Blackmagic RAW. You can even change the lens mount! No other broadcast camera is so flexible!

Camera Features

Effective Sensor Size

2/3 inch sensor size when using 4K B4 mount

(Actual sensor size 23.10mm x 12.99mm)

Lens Mount

B4 2/3 inch installed

Active EF mount also included

Lens Control

Electronic control via 12-pin broadcast connector. Control via EF mount pins when using URSA Mini Pro EF Mount with compatible EF lenses.

Lens Correction

In-camera correction of color fringing when using compatible broadcast lenses.

Dynamic Range

13 Stops

Dual Native ISO

0dB and 18dB gain.

Sensitivity at 0dB Gain

f11 with 2160p59.94.

f12 with 2160p50.

at 2,000 lux with 89.9% reflectance.

additional 1.1 stop light loss using 4K B4 mount.

Signal to Noise Ratio

64.62dB for 2160p

Ultra HD scaled from 5.3K

Built in ND Filters

Four position ND filter wheel with clear, 2 stop, 4 stop and 6 stop ND filters.

Focus

Focus button triggers auto focus when using compatible lenses with focus servo. Touch and hold on LCD determines focus region and triggers auto focus.

Iris Control

Iris wheel and touchscreen slider for manual iris adjustment on electronically controllable lenses, iris button for instant auto iris settings on compatible lenses so no pixel is clipped in film mode. Scene average auto exposure in video and extended video mode.

Screen Dimensions

4 inch

Screen Type

LCD capacitive touchscreen.

Controls

Touchscreen menus on 4 inch screen. Push buttons for other controls. 3 assignable shortcut keys and 2 assignable shortcut keys (VTR and RET) on compatible broadcast lenses.

ProRes Shooting Resolutions and Frame Rates

3840 x 2160 (Ultra HD) up to 60 fps

from Ultra HD window or scaled from 5.3K windowed sensor

3840 x 2160 (Ultra HD) up to 50 fps

scaled from full sensor

1920 x 1080 (HD) up to 120 fps

scaled from 2.7K windowed sensor

1920 x 1080 (HD) up to 60 fps

scaled from Ultra HD or 5.3K windowed sensor

1920 x 1080 (HD) up to 50 fps

scaled from full sensor

H.265 Shooting Resolutions and Frame Rates

3840 x 2160 (Ultra HD) up to 60 fps

from Ultra HD window or scaled from 5.3K windowed sensor

3840 x 2160 (Ultra HD) up to 50 fps

scaled from full sensor

H.264 Shooting Resolutions and Frame Rates

1920 x 1080 (HD) up to 60 fps

scaled from Ultra HD or 5.3K windowed sensor

1920 x 1080 (HD) up to 50 fps

scaled from full sensor

Blackmagic RAW Shooting Resolutions and Frame Rates

6144 x 3456 (6K) up to 50 fps

6144 x 2560 (6K 2.4:1) up to 60 fps

5376 x 3024 (5.3K 16:9) up to 60 fps

3728 x 3104 (3.7K 6:5 anamorphic) up to 60 fps

3840 x 2160 (Ultra HD) up to 60 fps

1920 x 1080 (HD) up to 150 fps

Project Frame Rates

23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94 and 60 fps.

Off-speed frame rates up to 60p in Ultra HD and up to 150p in HD.

Metadata Support

Automatically populated lens data from electronic B4 lenses. Automatic recording of camera settings and slate data such as project, scene number, take and special notes.

Timecode Clock

Highly accurate timecode clock. Less than 1 frame drift every 8 hours.

 

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