Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera


Don't let it's size fool you, this pocket sized camera packs a whallop. With 13 stops of dynamic range and a high resolution super 16 sensor, it gives you the tools you need to get professional grade images in a tiny package. And with the ability to record straight to ProRes, it makes the post workflow a snap.

Owner Notes:

The BMPCC is a compact Super 16 format camera designed for digital film production. The Super 16 sized sensor has an effective resolution of 1920 x 1080 and is capable of capturing 13 stops of dynamic range. The Pocket Cinema Camera records Full HD video in either the lossless CinemaDNG RAW or Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) format. The active Micro Four Thirds lens mount can accommodate a growing range of MFT format lenses as well as a host of excellent legacy lenses via optional adapters.

Includes:

  • Metabones Nikon to BMPCC Speedbooster Lens Adapter
  • Tilta Cage/Rig

Condition: Like New
Replacement value: $1,500.00
Use this for: TV Shows, Films, Documentaries, Corporate, Commercials

$50.00

per day

$150.00

per week

$50.00

per weekend


The BMPCC is a compact Super 16 format camera designed for digital film production. The Super 16 sized sensor has an effective resolution of 1920 x 1080 and is capable of capturing 13 stops of dynamic range. The Pocket Cinema Camera records Full HD video in either the lossless CinemaDNG RAW or Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) format. The active Micro Four Thirds lens mount can accommodate a growing range of MFT format lenses as well as a host of excellent legacy lenses via optional adapters.

Includes:

  • Metabones Nikon to BMPCC Speedbooster Lens Adapter
  • Tilta Cage/Rig

Condition: Like New
Replacement value: $1,500.00
Use this for: TV Shows, Films, Documentaries, Corporate, Commercials

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