Blackmagic made some enormous promises when it announced the Pocket Cinema Camera 4K with a combination of features that seemed almost too good to be true. The headline feature is 4K 60fps recording in a body that looks vaguely similar to the original Pocket Cinema Camera. The original BMPCC was limited to Full HD recording so it comes as no surprise the new Pocket Cinema Camera 4K is slightly more bulky in the hand.
The main draw for new customers is likely to be the absurdly low price. We have found any number of outlets offering the BMPCC 4K body for around £1,200 which surely makes it the cheapest camera body on the market that offers 4k 60fps recording allied to a proper lens mount.
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