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£332.50 Ex VAT £399.00 Inc VAT
- Boasting an incredible 18MP F2.0 Camera
- Can shoot 5.7K @ 30FPS or 4K @ 60FPS.
- Built-in 6-axis gyroscopic stabilisation.
- Max storage capacity is 128GB
- Great for above-surface water sports, like surfing, kayaking and jet skiing, as well as enhanced.
- Compact and lightweight digital film camera
- PL cinema lens mount and 4K Super 35 sensor
- 12G-SDI output
- 5” fold out monitor
- Dual CFast recorders
- Use your existing high definition B4 lenses with URSA Mini PL by using the optional B4 lens mount
From: Excl. Tax: £2,415.00 £2,898.00 Inc VAT
£1,417.00 Ex VAT £1,700.40 Inc VAT
- 4K 60p/50p Video Recording
- 20.3MP Four Thirds sensor with no low pass filter
- 4K Video: Internal recording at 4K60/50p (4:2:0 8bit)
- 5-Axis Sensor Stabilization; Dual I.S. 2
- ISO 25600 and 12 fps Continuous Shooting
- Dual UHS-II SD Slots; Wi-Fi & Bluetooth
£1,055.00 Ex VAT £1,266.00 Inc VAT
- Ultra Portable Design
- Carbon fiber reinforced composite body
- Micro Four Thirds Lens Mount
- Record using standard SD cards, UHS-II cards or CFast 2.0 media
- High speed USB-C connection for direct external recording
- Features 3D LUTs, HDR output via HDMI and metadata entry
£4,845.00 Ex VAT £5,814.00 Inc VAT
- Incredible 4.6K image quality
- Features and controls of a traditional broadcast camera
- Super 35mm 4.6K sensor with 15 stops of dynamic range
- Built in ND filters,
- User changeable lens mount
- RAW and ProRes format recording to dual media CFast or SD cards
£1,833.00 Ex VAT £2,199.60 Inc VAT
- 10.2MP High-sensitivity Dual Native ISO Technology
- Cinema 4K 60p/50p with Unlimited Recording Time
- Pre-installed V-LogL Video Recording Function
- Hybrid Log Gamma for 4K HDR Video
- 4:2:2 10bit & 400Mbps All-Intra Recording
- Multi-Aspect Ratios: 4:3, 17:9, 16:9 & 3:2
Professional Video Cameras
We have a wide selection of video cameras including entry level DSLR's to professional cinema cameras. Whatever your level of experience, GripUp will have the video camera for you.
There are a vast amount of brands, including Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Sony, BlackMagic and more, so deciding which brand is for you may take some research. With so many different features, slow-mo, low-light capabilities, weight, spend some time going through our site and finding out which camera is best for your style of shooting. If you have any questions, you can contact our filmmakers for professional and understandbale advice.
Cameras have been around for a long time, and over this period various developments have led to the inventions of different cameras. Whether you’re a seasoned filmmaker or a modest beginner, the types of cameras you’ll need to use are the same as it mostly depends on expertise and mastery of equipment. Their applications differ and so do their specifications, here are the cameras you'll find on the market today.
DSLR and Mirrorless Cameras
DSLR stands for Digital Single-lens Reflex and means that the inner parts of the camera comprise a mirror that reflects light which comes through the lens. The reflected light then passes through either a prism or series of mirrors until it finally reaches the OVF (Optical View Finder). If you’re looking for cameras for sale, this is the process behind why you can see from the lens when you’re holding a DSLR camera.
Mirrorless cameras are somewhat similar to the DSLR except it is digital and can accept different lenses. When you look for cheap cameras UK, you'll find that the frame of a mirrorless camera is thin. This is due to the lack of a mirror or prism which is found in a DSLR camera.
Specially designed to shoot video footage of higher resolution and quality, cinema cameras are different from DSLR and not only because of application. Before looking at video cameras UK to buy, it's important to know the details about the sensor. Cinema cameras possess a larger sensor which, in turn, is expensive.
The optical viewfinder in such cameras doesn’t make as much noise when the mirror shutter operates. This is impossible with a regular DSLR camera because it would result in extra noise and cause the DSLR to make heavy noise. The resulting footage or video looks like the work of a professional video camera because of the higher sensitivity and varying speeds which all make a difference to viewers.
These types of cameras are suited for recording footage that is used in broadcasting channels. This specific type exists mainly due to the demands of broadcasting channels for higher resolutions. If you’re looking to by professional cameras, then these fit the bill because of their widespread use.
360 Degree cameras
360-degree videos are all the rage nowadays, and so are the cameras used to capture them. The formal term for this is an omnidirectional camera, and the reason why filmmakers want to get their hands on one is that allows access to a visualization that covers details of 360 degrees, all around. Searching for video cameras UK will get you some good prices if this is what you’re looking for.