Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera (BMMCC)

Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera (BMMCC)

Product Description

The Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera (BMMCC), a miniaturized Super 16mm, professional digital film camera that is designed to be operated remotely & capture action anywhere! A revolutionary built in expansion port has PWM & S.Bus inputs so you can use a model airplane remote control to operate the camera wirelessly. Imagine adjusting focus, iris & zoom wirelessly! The Micro Cinema Camera is a true digital film camera that features built in RAW & ProRes recording, 13 stops of dynamic range & an MFT lens mount. You get a true digital film camera that can go where no other digital film camera can!


The Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera is an impossibly small true, professional quality digital film camera that’s perfect for use on quadcopters, as a crash cam, or even hidden on set for reality TV. You can mount it anywhere such as on a skate board or hang glider for spectacular extreme sports shots, to a drone to record panoramic fly overs, or even wear it on a helmet for the most amazing point of view shots! The Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera will make your audience say “Wow! How did they get that shot?”


When you’re mounting the camera on quadcopters, using it as a crash cam or placing it in dangerous locations, you can operate the camera remotely, view a live feed & monitor status, all from a safe distance. The expansion port can be connected to radio control airplane receivers & various camera functions can be mapped to radio channels so you can remotely start & stop recording, adjust focus, change the iris & more! The expansion port also has a composite video output that can be connected to low cost wireless video transmitters for remote monitoring of the camera’s recording status, battery life & audio levels.

The built in recorder captures true 12-bit log digital film quality images without the artifacts you get with heavily compressed 8-bit H.264 files used on small consumer action & DSLR cameras. Files can be saved in either Cinema DNG RAW or ProRes. Cinema DNG RAW files are 12-bit log & give you all of the data from the camera’s sensor, so you have the latitude to change things like white balance & exposure long after the camera stops rolling. If you need smaller file sizes & longer recording times, you can use ProRes to get broadcast quality images. Both formats can be easily edited & colour corrected with the included DaVinci Resolve for Mac & Windows.

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