Blackmagic Design today announced that as part of the multifilm project, “The Found Lederhosen,” for the Hollywood Professional Association’s Tech Retreat 2021, filmmaker Abeer Abdullah created “Neo-Bedouin” using the URSA Mini Pro 12K and URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2 cameras.
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Blackmagic Design today announced that the new CBC original series “Arctic Vets” was shot using its URSA Mini Pro 12K digital film camera in Blackmagic RAW. The series, which was graded with DaVinci Resolve Studio, also relied on Pocket Cinema Camera 4Ks and 6Ks, as well as URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2 cameras, to capture incredible wildlife such as polar bears, arctic foxes, wolves and more.
Blackmagic Design today announced that 2021 HPA Tech Retreat Supersession short film “La Inquilina” was posted in DaVinci Resolve Studio, including editing, grading, audio editing and delivery. For editing the film, they used DaVinci Resolve Studio running on Amazon’s EC2 G4 instances in conjunction with Amazon FSx for shared file storage.
Blackmagic Design today announced that filmmaker, comedian, singer and actress Shannon Devido used a Pocket Cinema Camera 6K to shoot her portions of the recent ViacomCBS SHOWCASE. The Pocket Cinema Camera 6K was used to shoot two sketches for the annual comedy showcase, which this year had to be produced remotely by each performer.
Blackmagic Design today announced that the multi-film project, “The Found Lederhosen,” created for the 2021 HPA Tech Retreat Supersession, used DaVinci Resolve Studio and URSA Mini Pro 12K for several of its five segments. This included the use of DaVinci Resolve Studio running on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) for editing of the short film “La Inquilina.”