KeiserSozai,

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AvatarJackson Wong
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KeiserSozai,

 

These are great questions, its on our calendar to test the Blackmagic Production Camera 4K (a lot of emails and coordination needs to fall into place for this, but it's doable). We're also watching Blackmagic Design for raw availability on the Pocket Cinema Camera.

 

As far as editing 4k footage: when we had footage from Sony's 4k camcorder, one of the big requirements was an Intel Core i7 processor. Otherwise, most pro editing software and computers can handle 4k. It's the codecs and displays that are behind the curve. Again, thank you for the questions, we'll look to address them if we have the chance.

 

And to answer your first question no, we do not have a Production Camera 4K, you'd all be hearing about it soon if we did!

-Jackson

 

[Update]

The review is up: http://www.videomaker.com/article/17099-blackmagic-production-camera-4k-review

But at the time of publishing, no RAW.

 

 

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