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DJI has announced the availability of the Ronin 4D-8K, the world’s first 4-axis cinema camera that can capture 8K RAW footage internally.
The Ronin 4D-8K features a distinctive modular setup, integrating a sensor and mount onto a 4-axis gimbal attached to a cinema camera housing.
The camera system boasts a 35mm full-frame imager with 14.7 stops of dynamic range, supporting 8K video recording at 75fps in Apple ProRAW format and also 4K@120fps in a 17:9 aspect ratio.
The 8K sensor incorporates dual-native-ISO technology, offering base ISO values of 320/1,600 and an expanded range of 800/4,000 ISO for enhanced performance in different lighting conditions.
Comes with various lens mounts, including DJI’s DL Mount, Panasonic’s L Mount, Leica’s M mount, Sony’s E mount, or PL mount, providing flexibility for different shooting scenarios.
The Ronin 4D-8K includes 9 built-in ND filters with strengths ranging from 2 to 512, offering precise control over exposure in diverse shooting environments.
The Ronin 4D-8K ND filters can be easily adjusted via the touchscreen or the control wheel on the camera body.
Supports multiple recording formats, including Apple ProRes RAW, ProRes 422 Hq, H.264, Cinema DNG, and D-Log, providing a range of options for post-production workflows.
The camera system can record up to 8K/75fps in ProRes RAW, 8K/60fps in ProRes 422 Hq, and 4K/120fps in H.264.
The camera system also supports D-Log, DJI’s proprietary color profile, which preserves more details in the shadows and highlights.
Filmmakers can capture footage internally in RAW format at 8K/75fps, showcasing the system’s high-end capabilities for professional cinematography.
The RAW format offers more flexibility and latitude for color grading and editing in post-production. The camera system can store up to 1TB of footage on a removable SSD.
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