Shane Hurlbut Tests Out the Blackmagic URSA

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In a new addition to his camera test series, cinematographer Shane Hurlbut takes the Blackmagic URSA for a spin.

He writes, "At first glance, the camera looks like many of its competitors, like the Sony F55 or AJA Cion. It is built to look like an ENG camera and posed to enable the documentary market that is thirsting for 4K content. The tests below quickly show you what this camera can and cannot do. Is it a low light shooter? No, but not everything is about shooting in low light scenarios. There are other cameras that do that in spades. Is it a noisy camera? Yes. Let’s take a look at what the URSA does do well."

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