Kinefinity’s upcoming new 8K Camera

At NAB 2024 in Las Vegas, we caught up with Kinefinity to take a look at their upcoming new 8K camera. This camera is still in the prototype stage.

This yet to be named camera it utilizing a brand new sensor and Kinefinity has also managed to squeeze out slightly higher frame rates than were available in the previous 8K MAVO EDGE.

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We couldn’t find out the exact details about the sensors physical size and aspect ratio.

You will be able to record 8K DCI at up to 66fps and in 4K DCI you will be able to do up to 130fps.

The camera also features a completely redesigned SDI module for four SDI outputs and a fifth one that can be used to mirror the signal that is going to the KineMon monitor. SD 1 and SDI are both 12G-SDI, while SDI 2 & 3 are 3G-SDI. All up you have three independent SDI outputs which is a big improvement over previous cameras.

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The upcoming camera will also be running KineOS 8.0 and it will be able to record all flavors of ProRes as well as Cinema DNG uncompressed RAW.

Physically the camera looks almost the same as previous MAVO EDGE cameras and it utilizes the same media and accessories.

The new camera is expected to be available around July or August, but the price is yet to be announced.

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