Blackmagic Design introduced a pair of cameras at NAB this year aptly named the Micro Cinema Camera. While both cameras share the same form factor and name, they vary in features and intended use so much that it’s difficult to discuss them both at the same time. Both the “Standard” and “Studio” versions of the Micro Cinema Camera share a Micro Four-Thirds (MFT) lens mount and a rugged magnesium camera housing that’s hardly larger then the lens mount. The MFT mount is is a good choice, because it’s easy adaptable to Canon EF, Nikon F, or even PL mount with off the shelf mount adapters.
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