Black magic URSA mini.. cheaper than a red!

Discussion in 'Cameras' started by Laurence Hamilton-Baillie, Jul 30, 2015.

  1. Laurence Hamilton-Baillie

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    It looks quite bulky and a tad heavier than a red I think but still a good option..???
    ...Anyone used it for aerial work yet??
     
  2. Adolfo Cantu-Villarreal

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    I'm also curious about this. We have a RED Scarlet-W on pre-order, but the URSA Mini does look like a very tempting option, the one drawback is the size and compatibility with our MoVI M10.
     
  3. Ozkan Erden

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    Ursa Mini is a bit heavy and bulky for aerial work. Scarlet-W (and also Raven) looks one of the best option right now for aerial filming for its performance &weight / price ratio.
     
  4. Walter Brokx

    Walter Brokx New Member

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    The URSA mini is only called mini because the URSA is huge and heavy.
    It is designed to use shoulder mounted: the body is about the same size as a Sony FS7 body.
    But that is without battery.

    I suggest to compare dimensions and weight. If you can: in real live, so you can actually see the size when it is operational.
     

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