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:

Included in kit:

1. Blackmagic 2.5K Cinema Camera
2. Tokina 11-16mm lens
3. Canon 18-55mm, 24-105mm lens
4. 2 SSD Drives for recording onto

Optional: (no extra charge)
5. FilmCity Shoulder Rig for Blackmagic Cinema Camera
6. Dock for transferring footage from SSDs

Condition: Like New
Replacement value: $3,500.00
Use this for: TV Shows, Films, Documentaries, Corporate, Commercials

$150.00

per day

$450.00

per week

$150.00

per weekend


Included in kit:

1. Blackmagic 2.5K Cinema Camera
2. Tokina 11-16mm lens
3. Canon 18-55mm, 24-105mm lens
4. 2 SSD Drives for recording onto

Optional: (no extra charge)
5. FilmCity Shoulder Rig for Blackmagic Cinema Camera
6. Dock for transferring footage from SSDs

Condition: Like New
Replacement value: $3,500.00
Use this for: TV Shows, Films, Documentaries, Corporate, Commercials

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I am a 30 year old Cinematographer, Camera Operator and Dolly Grip who lives in Brodheadsville, PA and works in and around the New York City area. I've been involved with numerous short films, features and music videos and welcome any new challenge that comes my way. I'm an avid lover of music, photography, and nature when I'm not shooting and projects that involve those things make me all the more passionate about them. If you'd like to know more just get in contact! I'd love to hear from you! GEAR: 1. Blackmagic 2.5K Cinema Camera 2. Tokina 11-16mm lens 3. Canon 18-55mm, 24-105mm, 75-300mm lens 4. Tamron 16-300mm lens (Does not work with Blackmagic Camera) 5. 2 SSD Drives for recording onto 6. FilmCity Shoulder Rig for Blackmagic Cinema Camera 7. Dock for transferring footage from SSDs. Read more »