Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel Review

July 21, 2017 § Leave a comment

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“The 12 primary color-correction knobs at the top of the panel are convenient but, unlike the trackballs, exhibit a less positive feel. The rotary knobs could benefit from additional dampening, which could avoid inadvertent changes to settings on a dark set. Likewise, a backlit LED control surface, as used in the Resolve Mini and Advanced panels, would be a good addition here. No doubt omitted as an economy move, such a backlight feature should be implemented in a future version of the Micro Panel.”

 

 

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