Ursa Mini 4.6K Color Grade Test and Initial Thoughts

I had a chance to put the Blackmagic Ursa Mini 4.6K to the test for Vancouver's Mobi/Hub Web Commercial last month. It was a rainy one, and the camera proved to be very robust for semi R&G shooting. Below is a shot from the last scenes for the short that I DP'd in partnership under agency Wakefield Productions.

The Ursa's undeniable value proposition is definitely the Raw capability, slow motion 4K 60fps, wide dynamic range  (I think it's something like 15 stops?!)

Even without shooting in Raw Cinema DNG, Prores in-camera offers amazing flexibility for the final grade. I will be using this camera more extensively in the following months on a narrative and a brand story, and am very excited to give my in-depth review on it!