Blackmagic goes 8K, nostalgic jog/shuttle/linear editing features at NAB 2019


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At the press conference at NAB 2019 in NAB, Las Vegas, United States, Blackmagic introduced several 8k products. In addition, it added 1980s-1990s jog/shuttle know with clutch to some devices (including a US$1025 DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboard), and linear editing type features to its DaVinci Resolve 16. It also added scopes and calibration capabilities to its new SDI-to-HDMI converter. Finally it is solving the battery-hungry nature of the “Pocket” 4K camera with a US$245 battery grip. Before my upcoming interview with them, you can see and hear some highlights ahead.

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