Z Cam has announced its new Micro Four Thirds cinema camera, the Z-Cam E2 – price tag $1,999 – which can record 4K video at 120fps and capture 10-bit colour.

As well as 4K at 120fps, 10-bit colour, H.264 & H.265 (10 bit), the Z Cam E2 can record 4K at 60fps HDMI 2.0 4K 60fps (10-bit) and 4K at 60fps SDI 12G (optional accessory required).

In total, the Z Cam E2 can record video at resolutions including:

  • 4096×2160
    @120fps/60fps/50fps/
    30fps/25fps/24fps
  • 3840×2160
    @120fps/60fps/50fps/
    30fps/25fps/24fps
  • 1920×1080
    @240fps/120fps/60fps/
    50fps/30pfs/25fps/24fps

Inside the Z Cam E2 is a 4/3 Sony CMOS sensor with a pixel size of pixel size = 4.63m. It also uses what Z Cam calls a ‘Deep Learning Engine built in with SDK.’

The E2’s small body measures 91mm x 98mm x 80mm without the lens, is made of aluminium alloy and uses CFast 2.0 memory cards. The body design also features microphone-in and audio-out ports, USB Type C 3.0 and HDMI ports and a 10-pin LEMO port for synchronization.

Z Cam says that a global shutter variant will also be available soon.

For more information visit Z Cam’s website.

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Z Cam E2 Micro Four Thirds cinema camera records 4K at 120fps
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Z Cam has announced its new Micro Four Thirds cinema camera, the Z-Cam E2 - price tag $1,999 - which can record 4K video at 120fps and capture 10-bit colour.
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