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Tim Schumann

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Camera 5.0 Update

PostThu Feb 01, 2018 6:01 pm

We are excited to announce that we are now shipping URSA Broadcast, Blackmagic Camera Fiber Converter and Blackmagic Studio Fiber Converter. Release information can be found below.

Features already added for URSA Broadcast in Blackmagic Camera Setup 4.6

• Added support for URSA Broadcast in camera utility.
• Added Generation 4 color science.
• Added Extended Video setting for recording and monitoring.
• Added ‘Film to Video’ and ‘Film to Extended Video’ LUTs for URSA Broadcast.
• Added low latency for SDI & LCD outputs.
• Added lens auto-complete in metadata slate.
• Added support for URSA Mini Pro EF, PL and F mounts.
• Improved the speed of switching to monitor program return.
• Improved detail sharpening processing.
• Improved B4 lens support.

Camera 5.0 Update, the first update for URSA Broadcast, is now available and can be downloaded from our support website.

What’s new in Blackmagic Camera Setup 5.0

New support for Blackmagic Camera Fiber Converter
New support for Blackmagic Studio Fiber Converter

New features for URSA Broadcast

• Added support for DNxHD 220X and 145 codecs.
• Added support for 1080i recording in DNxHD.
• Added Rec 2020 Hybrid Log Gamma ouput via SDI.
• Added Rec 2020 PQ Gamma output via SDI.
• Added support for URSA Mini SSD Recorder.
• Added support for SDI tally over-ride.
• Added support for Canon EF-S IS USM lenses.
• Added metadata support for Extended Video in URSA Viewfinder.
• Extended B4 lens support with “Box” lenses.
• Fixed bug where Gain level is offset by -6dB with ATEM.
• Added SDI Camera Control v1.2 to URSA Broadcast manual.
• Added Fiber Converters to URSA Broadcast manual.

Resolve 14.3 contains support for URSA Broadcast Gen 4 color science.

ATEM 7.3 Update is also available from our support site now.

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