Since five days the first Slow-Motion video material of the new URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2 is online on Youtube. But the response on the net is rather restrained. If you take a closer look at the material, you might find an explanation.
Already in the first recording (from 0:21) there are extremely strong artifacts around the neck of the actor from behind, which remind more of a retiming ala Twixtor than of a real slow motion. These artifacts only stand out in the FullHD stream and are obviously due to Youtube compression. In 4K, on the other hand, things look much better.
The shown motives (e.g. wild animals in slow motion) are of course impressive, but once again it shows how little sense it makes to estimate the quality of a camera through a Youtube stream.
More interesting, but not as spectacular as the first URSA Mini Pro G2 clips, we find a longer Pocket 4K test from the same director.