Is there an OFFICIAL list of devices not anymore supported?

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Is there an OFFICIAL list of devices not anymore supported?

PostThu Jan 10, 2019 3:35 pm

Is there an OFFICIAL Blackmagic list of cameras that will NOT have any more updates?

Will my old Production 4K get ever some software update?
Will the Ursa Mini get updates or it will all be for the UMP (too good updates on the mini could damage sales of the UMP ?) ?
Which is the OLDEST camera that will get Braw?

etc etc..

Something official here?
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Re: Is there an OFFICIAL list of devices not anymore support

PostThu Jan 10, 2019 3:52 pm

I've always assumed the current list of cameras and other devices on the Blackmagic Design Products page represents the official list of what is currently supported: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products

If you click on cameras you'll see which models are currently available. Some of these haven't received updates in a long time, though (e.g., the Micro Cinema camera) and may not get any more.
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Re: Is there an OFFICIAL list of devices not anymore support

PostThu Jan 10, 2019 5:27 pm

No official list of deprecated cameras. That’s a good idea. It’s true some cameras are no longer manufactured and some have gone years without an update and some can’t be repaired as the repair costs more than the camera now, but BMD will still support the cameras if you have an old one, so maybe that’s why they don’t have a list of discontinued cameras.


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