Tilta Introduces a Mod Kit for Blackmagic’s Pocket Cinema Camera
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These days the market is crowded with cameras that are competing to give the latest, high-tech features to the consumers at an aggressive price range. GoPro is one such company that makes the best cameras that can be used for almost any purpose. However, a new competitor is about to shake the market with its new product. Blackmagic’s Pocket Cinema Cameras is a series of cameras that are perfect for vloggers or movie-makers with a limited budget. Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Cameras have a host of features like crispy-sharp picture quality, efficiency, flexible RAW format and also offers SSD compatibility. Despite all the great features, there’s one problem that irritates the users – its fixed 5-inch LCD, makes it challenging to maintain the focus on the screen when you film at tilted angles.
The famous accessory manufacturer Tilta took this problem seriously and has introduced an aftermarket accessory kit for the users of Blackmagic. You can tilt the screen to a suitable viewing angle. This accessory doesn’t replace the screen, just some extra hardware that makes tilting and twisting possible. The company says that you need no more than an hour to complete the modification, you get the tools and instructions for set up in the kit.
Just make sure not to damage the camera while doing the modification as it voids your warranty. You get carbon fiber replacements for the port plugs. You can also mount an M.2 SSD in the space that screen consumes. You can connect SD, UHS-III, CFast cards to the camera. It also allows you to write to a USB SSD card via a USB port. However, a card mounted inside the camera can be quite helpful for filming. The overall kit can enhance your filming quality as per the company. This product will hit the market in November, and price can be around $329.
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