Tiltaing, the arm of Tilta that let’s you submit product ideas, has a new screen adapter for the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera that improves its display versatility.
The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema 4K and 6K cameras have been a huge hit for a whole host of reasons. Amazing resolution, RAW shooting, a tremendous amount of workflow flexibility, including shooting to SSD or straight to a thumb drive, and a tight integration with Blackmagic post tools – all at low price point.
One area that has left some filmmakers frustrated is its ergonomics, especially the lack of a tilting screening. For a camera intended to this compact, a tilting screen for handheld movements seems like a no-brainer. It lets you put the camera near the ground or at the top of your reach and still see the image. Without it or a separate monitor, it limits the kinds of shots you can accomplish. To solve that problem, the Tiltaing development program has released a tilt screen modification for the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Cameras.