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Blackmagic Update from NAB!

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Blackmagic Duplicator 4K

Say you’ve just attended a gig, it’s been very well planned and the event organisers are ahead of the game, they’ve recorded the show live as you were enjoying it they’ve copied the recording across to multiple low cost SDI cards which are ready for purchase when you leave the show. So you can take your show experience home on a small SD card.

This is just one example of what you could do with the Blackmagic Duplicator 4K

Record SD, HD or UltraHD up to 2160p directly onto Low Cost SD cards in H265 format for distribution of UltraHD content directly to customers.

It comes with 25 card slots, but you can link them together using RS.422

Support for h264 to be added later on this year


Blackmagic MultiView 4K

Same design as the Teranex Minis – it functions with the same smart panels. Four SDI in and 4SDI out, simply for getting a four camera multi view on a screen.

You can plug this in with the Blackmagic 16 x 16 multi view for an overall 64 displays, perfect for betting shop, CCTV etc.

If you’re using an Ultra HD screen then each of the four channels is full 1080



Micro to SDI converter

Exactly what it says on the time, convert SDI to HDMI and vice versa, very small size, fits into the palm of your hand and can be powered by USB (you can power in the field using a portable USB power device, low cost and easily obtainable).


URSA Studio Viewfinder

Completes the Studio setup of the URSA mini, very easy to use – very adaptable, around 5 points of adjustability. Felt finish on the inside.

Controlled by an adjustable job wheel at the top for accessing and scrolling through the menus. There is another 3 buttons on the other side which control brightness, contrast and peaking. There are also assignable buttons to instantly access menu options or change menu options.

It is powered and fed by the same connections that are used by the black magic viewfinder.


Blackmagic video assist 4K

Firstly lets state the fact that the video assist 4K is bigger than the video assist, this is 7inch compared to the non 4K version which is 4inch.

This has more ‘real estate’ which means more room, now full size SDI rather than mini-dim SDI, there is now also Mini XLR ports for recording audio. There are also two SDI recording inputs for continuous recording

(The video assist is not currently available to record onto dual SDIs but this is something that they’re looking into).


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