Blackmagic 4K Video Assist Review

November 17, 2016 § Leave a comment

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”  This monitor / recorder is not in a position to replace the higher end Odyssey 7Q+ or the Atomos Shogun Flame. These two recorders, which cost almost twice as much as the 4K Video Assist, can handle a larger depth of cameras, frame rates, and raw formats. It’s a simple cost vs features problem. The 4K Video Assist is a great low-cost monitor / recorder which will work great on cameras outputting straight 4K or HD footage, but anything more robust, like Canon Raw or Sony Raw, and you will need to pony up and find an alternative solution. I will say, I do not think Blackmagic is in the mindset to compete against the larger featured monitor / recorders. If you are a Sony FS5, FS7, FS700 shooter or a Canon C500 or C300 Mark II shooter the 4K Video Assist will be better suited to be more of a monitor than a recorder.”

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