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Blackmagic Design Intensity Shuttle with Thunderbolt

Uncompressed Data Transfer

Up/Down Resolution Conversion

HDMI Monitoring for Color Correction

Bidirectional Thunderbolt Data Transfer

HDMI and Analog Video and Audio Ports

SD and HD Video In Full 10-Bit Quality

2 Ch. 24 Bit RCA / 8 Ch. HDMI Audio

Inputs On 1 Side/Outputs On Other

M.E. Software Solution Included

Also Records Video Games

Description

The Blackmagic Design Intensity Shuttle with Thunderbolt lets you accomplish one or more of four tasks ? grab footage out of a camera, pass it to a computer, adjust resolution up or down along the way, and, at the same time, or at anytime, connect to a top-quality HDMI monitor and perform color-correction in the best available resolution.

Brand

Blackmagic

Blackmagic has grown rapidly to become one of the world's leading innovators and manufacturers of creative video technology. And that's because our philosophy is refreshing and simple - to help true creativity blossom. Blackmagic Design's founders have had a long history in post-production editing and engineering. With extensive experiences in high-end telecine, film and post, harnessed with a real passion for perfection, It is set out to change the industry forever. A company dedicated to quality and stability and focusing on where it's needed most; It has created some of the most talked about products in the industry. World famous for their unbeatable codecs, Blackmagic envisioned truly affordable high-end quality editing workstations built upon Blackmagic software and hardware. In November 2002, We launched the DeckLink capture card and in doing so single handedly made working in true 10 bit uncompressed video on a Macintosh OS X™ system an affordable reality. The DeckLink card has become a market-leading product due to Blackmagic Design's philosophy of delivering "what ever it takes to give creative editors and designers the very best quality tools".

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