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Blackmagic URSA Mini Test Part 1: Overexposure and Skin Tone

5 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)


Product Description

If you are an Inner Circle member please contact anne@hurlbutvisuals.com before purchasing for a special discount.

The overexposure test is one of the most difficult tests you can do when getting to know a camera. To get the most out of these tests, you have to be absolutely precise with how you are going about it. The goal is to understand what the breaking points are for the camera’s sensor. That way when you are out on the job, you can push the camera to its limits and get the best out of it.

Contains over 121 minutes of extensive video content and analysis.

  • Part 1: Overexposure and Skin Tone
    • Overexposure at ISO 800 – Runtime 9 minutes 35 seconds
    • Overexposure at ISO 800 Shane’s Review – Runtime 16 minutes 14 seconds
    • Overexposure at ISO 1600 – Runtime 8 minutes 21 seconds
    • Overexposure at ISO 1600 Shane’s Review – Runtime 17 minutes 1 seconds
    • Overexposure at ISO 800 vs. ISO 1600 – Runtime 13 minutes 46 seconds 
    • Overexposure at ISO 800 vs. ISO 1600 Shane’s Review – 16 minutes 2 seconds

Part 1 of 9 series: I will take the URSA Mini to its breaking point and show you what it can and cannot do so you can make informed creative decisions in your filmmaking and storytelling.

All videos were edited on HP Z840 workstations using HP Z24x DreamColor monitors.

5 reviews for Blackmagic URSA Mini Test Part 1: Overexposure and Skin Tone

  1. 5 out of 5


    hi shane so glad to being part of this amazing tutorial and your inner circle

  2. 5 out of 5


    Great getting in there on the sensor and seeing where it stops being so great. Helps a lot, man.

  3. 5 out of 5


    Hi there Shane,
    This is really helpful. I’ll be getting my UM4.6 out over the holidays to follow your advice.

  4. 5 out of 5


    Dang, this is huge, been a while since I go to the website, love the FB group.
    You really raise the bar, thanks for your hard works.

  5. 5 out of 5


    Thank you Shane for taking us through the proper process of testing a camera’s breaking point. I had tried testing my camera in the past, but I now have a better understanding of what I was doing incorrectly in my previous tests.

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