The URSA Studio Viewfinder by Blackmagic Design is a high resolution 7” studio viewfinder featuring mounting points, tally, external commands and more. by transforming the URSA Mini into a truly professional studio camera. capture the action concurrently on live events behind the camera at ease. The metal design features and durability to the highest quality, including articulated forearm for the viewfinder. The mounting points come in handy to be set for the perfect amount of opposition of pan and tilt the viewfinder into the desired position.
The URSA Studio Viewfinder features a physical dial, knobs and let camera operators making an immediate adjustment with three knob features which is controlling brightness, contrast, and peaking without you need to jump into the menu system. The customizable function buttons can also be used for zoom, false color, edge focus detection, custom LUT. without having a rush while live on air.
URSA Studio Viewfinder combined with URSA MINI is a true digital film camera combined with a DaVinci Resolve YRGB primary color corrector and full broadcast studio camera features. displaying image quality with incredible texture, detail, color and dynamic range that are far exceeding over standard broadcast cameras. In addition to viewing the built-in camera HDTV, 4:3, 2.4:1, 2.39:1, 1.85:1 and produce up to three black or white custom cursors that can have variable height, width and position, making it easy to resemble the location for all the graphics that will be added live or during later broadcast. Frame guides are an essential function for every viewfinder, particularly when live production where graphics and other elements are progressing to be keyed downstream. Connects to SDI input and power from Viewfinder, no extra cables or power supplies needed and when it is connected to URSA Mini, the camera sends information via the SDI connection to the viewfinder and enables to see the crucial information they need such as recording status, camera settings, battery life and more while shooting.