Welcome to the second instalment of our 'Kinefinity In Depth' series. Today, we're looking at the "entry level" camera in Kinefinity's lineup, the TERRA 4K. Now, let me start by saying, as a camera, there is nothing which you should consider entry level. It is a very capable, cinematic production tool with fantastic features.
The TERRA 4K has what Kinefinity call, a Sub 35mm sensor, which is a bit of a weird sensor size, as it's slightly smaller than a super 35mm sensor, but is bigger than a micro four-thirds sensor. The camera can shoot 4K (4096x2016) at up to 75fps, 100fps if you use a 2:35:1 crop, 196fps in 2K, and up to 240fps in 2K with a 2:35:1 crop. Like the rest of Kinefinity's lineup, this can be done in either Prores or RAW. On the TERRA 4K, you can record Prores up to Prores 422 HQ and in RAW, there is currently Cinema DNG, where you can shoot at 3:1, 5:1 and 7:1 compression.
Just like the rest of Kinefinity's lineup, all of their modular accessories work with the TERRA 4K. The KineEnhancer is particularly popular with our customers looking to get more out of their existing full frame lenses.