As you might have heard me say, I am working on a comprehensive review of the Ursa Mini 4.6K. I used the camera on a challenging feature film shoot and so I will be able to share with you a lot of interesting stuff (in fact, I’ve shot with this camera for two months now, on two film productions).
To keep the review videos shorter, I’ve decided to do another video – i.e. today’s video – where I show how I built up the rig for this camera. You will see the lenses and all the accessories I use – and there are a lot them. In fact, although the camera is called Mini, the whole camera rig is far from small. But when you are working on a long shoot, accessories can make a world of difference in what you get out of a camera.
Today’s video also includes my first tests of the camera’s image capabilities.
Here are the links for the camera and all the accessories. By the way, I have the EF version of this camera, i.e. with the EF (Canon) lens mount.
Of course, you can use this camera with Canon lenses and any other brand with the EF-mount.
The Tripod Quick-Release Plate at BH Photo Video
The Battery at Amazon
If you want to view the video tests in 4K to see all the details then view this video.