Tilta Full Camera Cage for BMPCC 6K Pro - Black
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Tilta TA-T11 BMPCC 6K Pro Cage System
The black Tilta Full Camera Cage for Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 4K/6K is a multipart, formfitting cage that you assemble to protect your Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, either the 4K or 6K version.
Once the cage is assembled, it holds your camera securely via attachment points at the top and bottom.
This cage features multiple 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded mounting holes for accessories. Three cold shoes also allow the mounting of accessories, providing a sturdy frame that won't stress your camera's body. The bottom plate features multiple mounting holes for attaching to a tripod or gimbal. The multiple holes allow you to fine-tune the balance for working with gimbals.
- For Blackmagic 4K/6K
- The cage works with both the 4K and 6K versions of the Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera as the horizontal and vertical dimensions of the camera are the same
- Durable Construction
- Formfitting aluminium and stainless steel cage
- Accessory Mounting Threads
- Multiple 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded mounting holes for accessory mounting
- Cold Shoes
- Three cold shoes are integrated into the cage for mounting accessories
- Anti-Twist Design
- Top and bottom mounting points help keep the camera secure in the cage and prevent twisting
Tilta Teases BMPCC 6K Pro Camera Cage
Tilta is back at it again with another EVF Relocation Kit, but this time for the BMPCC 6K Pro.
The Tilta camera cage for the BMPCC 6K/4K has become a favorite among filmmakers. The low-profile system adds several modular options, including a half camera cage, full wrap, top handle, SSD holder, and a 90° HDMI port, among others.
Better yet, Tilta's display modification kit is one of our personal favs and may have even influenced Blackmagic's design of the BMPCC 6K Pro, as it now has a tilting screen. While it doesn't flip as much as the Tilta mod, it's definitely an improvement from Blackmagic.
With the success of the BMPCC 6K/4K kits, Tilta has teased a new tactical kit for the BMPCC 6K Pro that promises to improve on the first-gen in several ways. While pricing and availability are yet to be determined, let's take a look at what Tilta has in mind.
Tilta says the system will have compatible ARRI rosette mounts, a built-in Arca Swiss quick release plate, be compatible with the Blackmagic battery expansion pack, and offer an EVF extension cable/arm to the mix.Among the improvements, the EVF extension looks to be the most advantageous. Based on the picture, the arm will be able to rotate 360° from multiple points, allowing filmmakers to position the EVF for best viewing.
As you'd expect from Tilta, the cage features a number of 1/4-20" and 3/8" mounting points. The right side of the cage can be removed to become a half cage just like the BMPCC 6K/4K setup. The top handle can be switched from vertical to horizontal operational modes. You'll be able to install 15mm rods with the battery grip. You'll get the 90° HDMI port and SSD holder, plus a compact monitor hood. On the bottom, there are options for a number of quick release plates, or to mount the camera directly to a gimbal. They even added spots to store a hex key and screwdriver to securely tighten your rig without worrying about tools getting lost.
We expect the BMPCC 6K Pro cage to be priced similarly to the previous design, possibly around $500 for the advanced setup. Once pricing and availability are confirmed, we'll update you.
What are your thoughts? Let Tilta know down in the comments below.
Tilta has teased its new BMPCC 6K Pro Camera Cage & Accessories. Before you get too excited, there are no details on pricing or availability.
The cage itself doesn’t look that much different from the previous BMPCC 6K solution, but what is interesting is the extension arm and patented Viewfinder Extension that allows you to relocate the Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera Pro EVF.
The Tilta Viewfinder Extension looks to be a clever solution. Essentially it is just an interface that attaches to the camera where you would normally mount the Pro EVF and a long extension cable that then goes to another interface where you attach the Pro EVF.
The Viewfinder Extension and Extension Arm then allow you to mount the Pro EVF in a variety of different positions. At least, in my opinion, this makes the Pro EVF a lot more usable, especially if you are using the camera on a tripod or a shoulder rig.
The cage itself has been designed to tightly hug the contours of the BMPCC 6K PRO while providing plenty of mounting points.
On the bottom of the cage, you will find a well-thought-out screw hole layout that allows you to mount your BMPCC 6K Pro to various quick release plates, or directly onto gimbals or tripods. In a nice touch, Tilita has also integrated spots to keep the included flat head screwdriver and a hex key.
With the ability to record externally via USB-C on the BMPCC 6K, Tilta has several options for mounting and securing various SSD drives.
As you would expect there are cable clamps for both the HDMI and USB-C ports.
Tilta has also designed the cage so that you can attach and use the Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera Battery Grip for 6K Pro.
The Tilita BMPCC 6K Pro cage is also compatible with a range of Tilta’s accessories.
As I already mentioned there is no current indication about pricing or availability.
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Cage bmpcc pro tilta 6k
Camera accessories maker Tilta is working on a new cage for the BMPCC 6K Pro camera with some interesting features such as an EVF extender.
At the moment the company hasn’t released pricing or shipping info, however in a new blog post, Tilta shared some key features of their new cage.
Many of you are familiar with the previous Tilta cages for the BMPCC 4K and 6K cameras. Furthermore, these cages introduced advancements like the 90 degree HDMI port, an external SSD holder, interchangeable parts with other cameras, and much more.
Next Generation BMPCC 6K Pro Camera Cage by Tilta
However, as camera tech advanced, so is the need for accessories to follow suit. And Tilta are no strangers to innovation. Their next generation Tilta cage for the BMPCC 6K Pro seeks to up the game with several new improvements.
Noteable features of the new Tilta cage for the Blackmagic Pocket 6K Pro includes built-in ARRI compatible rosette mounts and a built-in Arca Swiss quick release plate.
In addition, the cage will be compatible with the Blackmagic battery expansion pack. One of the more interesting and useful features is a new EVF extension cable/arm designed specifically for Blackmagic Design’s latest camera body.
EVF Extension for BMPCC 6K Pro
The detachable OLED EVF for the BMPCC 6K Pro is one hell of an accessories, and with the new Tilta cage, cinematographers can further customize the experience. Get a glimpse of what it would look like on the photo below.
Blackmagic Design announces new BMPCC 6K Pro camera and EVF
In addition, the cage’s design allows for a quick change to a half-cage design in a pinch.
A 15mm rod holder, can also be mounted in front of the battery grip (below the lens) so it will allow you to mount a follow focus accessory.
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As with other Tilta tactical cages for the BMPCC 4K, 6K and other models, their new cage will be adjustable to different setups. These include various handheld setups and gimbals, thanks to the included Arca-Swiss quick release.
Quick Release SSD Holder
In addition to the Tilta M.2 SSD box for the BMPCC 4K/6K (NVME holder), which can be mounted underneath or above the cage, the new Tilta cage will also support the popular Samsung T7 and T5 external solid state drives.
Stay tuned for more info in the coming weeks.
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