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Here’s Blackmagic’s new immersive camera that might enable more Vision Pro content

A picture of the URSA Cine Immersive.
The URSA Cine Immersive might be what the Vision Pro needs. | Image: Blackmagic Design

Blackmagic announced a new camera yesterday that it says is part of a new Vision Pro-specific workflow that involves its DaVinci Resolve software. Called the URSA Cine Immersive, Blackmagic says this camera, that’s built on its URSA Cine platform, will let cinematographers shoot 90fps video in stereoscopic 3D video for the Vision Pro.

That and updates in the DaVinci Resolve video editing software will let filmmakers monitor footage right in Apple’s headset, export native Vision Pro video files, and more.

Blackmagic doesn’t say how much the camera will cost, but you and I won’t be able to just go buy one. (What we could likely buy is Canon’s upcoming stereoscopic camera lens.) Still, this thing’s existence in tandem with Blackmagic’s…

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