The arrival of two new cameras from Blackmagic Design, the Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K Plus and the Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K Pro, has resulted in a significant advancement in the capabilities of television studio cameras. If broadcasting over the Internet is what you have in mind, then the Blackmagic Web Presenter 4K is the ideal solution for you.
As part of my review, I will be performing a live shoot with both of the Blackmagic Studio Cameras. Additionally, I will go through how to use the Blackmagic Web Presenter 4K to broadcast footage from any camera to various online platforms such as YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook.
You get a lightweight camera body with the Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K Plus. It has a color screen that measures 7 inches and has a resolution of 1920 by 1200. The camera can use a micro 4/3 lens, which is not included, or any other lens that can be converted to the MFT mount.
When shooting in 1080p, your frame rates start at 23.98fps and go all the way up to 60fps; when shooting in 3840×2160, you may utilize the same frame rates as when shooting in 1080p—eight that’s different frame rates in HD and eight different frame rates in UHD.
The Blackmagic RAW Constant Bitrates 3:1, 5:1, 8:1, and 12:1 codecs, together with the Blackmagic RAW Constant Quality Q0, Q1, Q3, and Q5 formats, are included in the codecs. The camera features two expansion ports that are compatible with USB-C 3.1 Gen 1, allowing users to attach peripherals or use external disks to capture footage.
With Blackmagic Zoom Demand and Blackmagic Focus Demand, users of the Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K Plus have the ability to manage the zoom and focus of the lens, making the device even more studio-friendly. Both models were not accessible throughout the course of this evaluation but will be very soon.
It is possible to attach the micro 4/3 lens to the front of the Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K Plus. On the side of the device is a microphone input as well as a headphone output, as well as an HDMI Out port, a 12V input, two USB-C 3.1 A and B connections, and more.