Pocket Cinema Camera is shipping, first photos

Chris Hocking from Melbourne wrote at Blackmagic forum that he received his Pocket Camera from australian reseller Digistor.

We don’t have any MFT lenses, so we can’t do any visual tests yet – however, we will do some detailed audio tests later in the week and post our findings.

David Shapton from RedShark posted few photos from his Pocket cam.

At first sight, it seems impossibly small. Front to back, apart from the hand-grip bulge, the camera has almost no depth at all. But it’s solid: satisfyingly so. The controls are minature, but they’re precise and positive. As soon as you turn it on, you realise the screen is clear and sharp. The UI is simple and about as concise as it’s possible to be. For anyone that dislikes manuals, it’s ideal.So, my first impression is that this is a very high quality product, that’s simple to use. We’re going to take a much closer look at this over the next few days, but I wanted to quickly bring you my first impressions.

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