Following on the success of 2013’s Pocket Cinema Camera, Blackmagic Design’s compact camera sporting a Super 16 sensor with cinema-recording quality capabilities, the company has announced another iteration in the now-popular line: Meet the new Pocket Cinema Camera 4K. Like its predecessor, the Pocket Cinema Camera 4K will allow users to record cinema-quality footage but also will feature significant upgrades over the Pocket Cinema Camera in response to user requests for a more ergonomic and field-friendly form factor. Debuting at NAB in Las Vegas, the new Pocket Cinema Camera 4K is designed around a core Four Thirds sensor with dual native ISO and a native DCI 4K (4096×2160) resolution. The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K records DCI 4K at 60 fps and windowed HD (a native 1080 crop) at up to 120 fps in either 10-bit ProRes or 12-bit Raw formats according to DP Review. The camera will support standard SD cards, UHS-II cards, and CFast 2.0 cards for storage.