What Makes the Blackmagic URSA Bold and Brave

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David Shapton of RedShark News writes an article explaining why he's excited for the upcoming Blackmagic URSA.

He writes, "First of all, it’s big. You can’t miss that. It’s big enough to have three display screens that are themselves bigger than anything you’d find on any other camera. And it’s modular. This is the thing that really gets me. You don’t have to throw everything away if a new sensor type comes along. The modularity even extends to there being different front ends depending on whether the camera’s to be used in broadcast or film (so to speak) and there’s even a version with no sensor at all!"

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