The Blackmagic Design URSA Mini Pro 4.6K (PL) combines professional-grade features with the original Mini’s familiar, compact body style. Key features include:
4.6K Super 35mm sensor
Fifteen-stop dynamic range
URSA Mini Pro 4.6K Premium Kit. As an alternative to our standard URSA Mini Pro 4.6K, our URSA Mini Pro 4.6K Premium Kit is built for renters who want a shoulder-mounted rig and the flexibility to choose their own lenses.
New Professional Features. The URSA Mini Pro 4.6K offers many professional-grade features that distinguish it from the previous URSA Mini 4.6K. You get a raft of external controls that eliminate menu diving for focus assist, frame rate, and exposure settings. There’s an exterior LCD that provides at-a-glance shooting data, a four-position ND filtration wheel (0/2/4/6-stops), and both dual CFast 2.0 and SD memory card slots for recording less intensive formats.
4.6K Super 35mm Sensor. This imaging sensor speaks for itself: 4,608 × 2,592 resolution, 15 stops of dynamic range, and 160 fps (HD). Need we say more?
Compact Handheld Design. While still maintaining the familiar URSA design, the Mini Pro’s more compact size allows it to be used by smaller crews and fewer hands. The optional shoulder mount makes the URSA Mini Pro even more versatile, allowing you to swap it from hand-held shooting to over-the-shoulder use to a tripod mount with ease. The magnesium-alloy build cuts the Mini Pro’s weight to just five pounds.
Touchscreen Controls. Despite its reduced size, the URSAMini Pro comes equipped with a four-inch folding monitor. Its touchscreen interface allows access to all menu functions, eliminating the hassle of menu-diving.
PL Mount. This version features the Positive Lock (PL) mount, making it compatible with a wide range of professional cinema lenses.
Anton Bauer Gold Mount. When you rent an URSA, it’ll come with an Anton Bauer Gold Mount battery plate pre-attached. We include one Anton Bauer Digital 90 Gold Mount Battery and one Anton Bauer Twin 60 Charger.
Raw HD and 4K/30p ProRes can be recorded to UHS-II SD memory cards. You can find a list of manufacturer-recommended SD cards and formats they support here.
If you’re looking to record in higher resolutions and frame rates, you’ll need to use CFast 2.0 memory cards. You can find a list of manufacturer-recommended CFast 2.0 cards and formats they support here.
|Analog Audio Input||
2x XLR (mic/line/AES, phantom power output)
1x 3.5mm headphone (TRRS connection supports in-line microphone)
4608 × 2592
23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94, 60 fps
1x BNC (12G-SDI)
|Memory Card Slot||
2x CFast 2.0, 2x SD UHS-II
2x built-in cardioid microphones (-10dB pad and low-cut filter)
32 to 104°F; 0 to 40°C
2x BNC (12G-SDI) clean output & monitor output
4-pin XLR input for external power supply or battery; 12-pin molex connector on rear battery plate
12V output (4-pin XLR) for EVF; 12V regulated output 12-pin molex connector
CinemaDNG Raw (Uncompressed or Lossless 3:1/4:1 Compressed): 4608 × 2592, 4096 × 2304, 4608 × 1920, 3072 × 2560, 2048 × 1152; Apple ProRes: 4608 × 2592, 4608 × 1920, 4096 × 2304, 4096 × 2160, 3072 × 2560, 2048 × 1152, 2048 × 1080, 1920 × 1080
2x 2.5mm LANC (controls record start/stop, electronic iris, and electronic focus)
25.34 × 14.25 mm (Super 35)
Full Sensor: 4608 × 2592
Integrated mono (enabled in playback when headphones are not used)
4608 × 2592:Uncompressed CinemaDNG Raw – 513MB/s, CinemaDNG Raw 3:1 – 180 MB/s, CinemaDNG Raw 4:1 – 135 MB/s
SDI Compliance: SMPTE292M, SMPTE 424 Level B, Draft SMPTE 2081-1, Draft SMPTE 2082-1; SDI Audio Sampling: 48 kHz and 24-bit
USB Type C for software updates