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Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera

Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera

$25 day
$75 week
Last Updated: Mar 19th 2020


For rent is the Blackmagic Design Micro Cinema Camera! With a max resolution of 1080p, internal Prores 422 processing onto any size SD Card, this camera which I’ve nicknamed “tennis ball” (due to its size) can shoot crystal clear, high quality video. This is the perfect camera to use as a B cam, or to stick on a steadicam. Personally, this camera is very helpful when getting shots that require a camera in a tight position, like in a corner or rigging a camera onto a car for driving scenes. The camera itself features a single SD card slot and 3.5mm microphone jack on the operator side, and an expansion port and HDMI port on the opposite side. The mount for the camera is micro 4/3! The listing here is for a kit. The kit includes the camera, a smallrig cage, a MFT to Nikon (G) adapter, CAMVATE wooden handle, rail system, follow focus, follow focus ring (for photo lenses), matte box, everything in my “Bestview 5.5” monitor” listing (the camera itself does not have a screen) an Andoer V Mount battery to DC, and a breakout cable (this plugs into the expansion port. It provides DC/Lanc/and BUS controls for R/C). There is a discount on the rental if you don’t need the whole kit, but just the camera itself.
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  • Brand:
    Blackmagic Design
  • Model:
    Micro Cinema Camera
  • Replacement Value:

Cancellation Policy

Your card will be charged when the owner accepts your request. Cancel within 2 hours of acceptance and you will receive a full refund. Cancel within 48 hours of the rental start date and you will receive a 50% refund. Cancel within 24 hours of the rental start date and the rental may be non-refundable. Cancellation fees are imposed at owner's discretion.

Owner Info

Michael Brown
67% Positive
100% Acceptance Rate

Listing Location

$25 day
$75 week
Last Updated: Mar 19th 2020