Blackmagic HyperDeck Studio
HyperDeck Studio is a broadcast HD based solid state deck that includes 3G-SDI and HDMI connections so you can work in all SD and HD formats up to 1080p30. You get familiar VTR style controls so it’s just like using a traditional broadcast deck, along with compressed or uncompressed 10-bit 4:2:2 broadcast quality recording. The low cost makes it easy to install multiple units when you need ISO recorders, or are doing long form logging or mastering for SD and HD.
HyperDeck Studio 12G
When you need to go beyond 1080p30, HyperDeck Studio 12G is a more advanced version of HyperDeck Studio. Featuring 12G-SDI connections and HDMI 2.0, HyperDeck Studio 12G works with all SD, HD and Ultra HD formats up to 2160p60 over a single cable. You still get all of the benefits of HyperDeck Studio, including its familiar VTR style deck controls and broadcast quality compressed and uncompressed 10-bit 4:2:2 recording.
HyperDeck Studio Pro
HyperDeck Studio Pro is the ultimate in compatibility and technology, featuring a more advanced design that includes 6G-SDI so you get SD, HD and Ultra HD formats, plus HyperDeck Studio Pro includes a wide range of video and audio connections in both analog and digital so you get the widest compatibility with older and newer equipment. Get SD, HD up to 1080p60 and Ultra HD up to 2160p30 all in the one deck! Also includes 6G-SDI and Quad SDI, HDMI 4K, analog component, balanced analog audio and AES/EBU audio compatibility. You even get built in Thunderbolt for computer capture and UltraScope software for live scopes!
HyperDeck Studio Mini
HyperDeck Studio Mini is a portable broadcast quality deck that records ProRes onto commonly available SD cards. You get 6G-SDI for recording all formats up to 2160p30, dual SD card slots for non-stop recording, a built in LCD screen and familiar VTR style front panel controls, all in a design that can be used on the desktop or in ⅓ of a standard rack space! HyperDeck Studio Mini also features 720p and 1080p 4:4:4:4 file support with fill and key outputs so it can be used as source to provide broadcast graphics to live production switchers for downstream keying over live video!