Blackmagic Design releases a DaVinci Resolve editing panel for iPads

Measuring 14.33 inches by 7.18 inches, the Micro Color Panel is about the size of a computer keyboard. It has an iPad Pro mounting slot and connects via Bluetooth or USB-C. In addition to being smaller than Blackmagic’s other color panels, the Micro is also significantly less expensive (the next one – the Mini Panel – is listed for over $2,000 on Blackmagic’s website). It comes with three weighted trackballs, which the company says will stay professional. And 12 control knobs can be used to adjust things like shadows, highlights, contrast and midtones.

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Blackmagic says that most of the other controls found on the right and left sides of the new panel – like swipe, slider and select – would normally only be found on its larger Mini and Advanced panels. He says he kept many controls in the same position as on the larger panels, to keep things familiar for editors.

The device is a little more than half the price of the company’s $895 Micro Panel, which includes three weighted trackballs and 12 control buttons, like the new Micro Color Panel, but connects only via USB-C and no It doesn’t have an iPad slot.

“The older DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel model was popular with customers wanting a compact calibration panel,” said Grant Petty, CEO of Blackmagic Design, “but we wanted to design a solution that was even more portable and affordable.” He added that the company would sell localized versions “in multiple languages ​​so you don’t need to learn another language to use it.”

If you’re at NAB 2024, Blackmagic says it will be demoing the panel at its booth (#SL5005).

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