Articles tagged "atomos"

Atomos adds 8K ProRes RAW Recording to Canon's EOS R5, 5.9K ProRes RAW to Panasonic's BS1H and more

AtomOS firmware version 10.71 adds a slew of new and improved shooting modes and features to Canon's EOS R5, Panasonic's boxy BS1H and six of Sony's FS series cinema cameras.

DPReview TV: Fujifilm X-S10 vs X-T30 II shootout

Fujifilm has updated the specs of its mid-level X-T30 model, making it harder than ever to choose between the X-T30 II and the X-S10. Chris and Jordan tease-out the differences.

DPReview TV: Atomos Ninja V+ review

Atomos has added a more powerful monitor/recorder to its Ninja lineup. DPRTVs Jordan Drake takes a closer look at what the Ninja V+ brings to the table, and whether it's worth the extra money.

Atomos brings EOS R5 8K ProRes RAW to its NinjaV+

The latest firmware update for Atomos' Ninja V+ monitor/recorder allows 8K ProRes RAW recording for extended periods from Canon's EOS R5.

DPReview TV: We compare the Atomos Ninja V and Blackmagic Video Assist 12G to find out which is the best off-camera recorder

Is Blackmagic your thing, or are you more of a Ninja? Jordan compares the leading off-camera recorders to see where each stands out.

Atomos announces Ninja V+ with 8K/30p and 4K/120p ProRes RAW support, Ninja Stream for remote liveview

Atomos has announced a paid H.265 update for the Ninja V and announced two new monitor/recorder products, the Ninja V+ and Ninja Stream.

Atomos is working on a Ninja V update to bring 12-bit 4K/30p ProRes RAW to Nikon Z6 II, Z7 II cameras

As it has with so many cameras over the past few years, Atomos says it's bringing ProRes RAW recording over HDMI to Nikon's new Z6 II and Z7 II mirrorless camera systems.

Atomos, Olympus working to bring ProRes RAW to E-M1X, E-M1 Mark III by end of year

Atomos and Olympus have announced their plans to bring Apple ProRes RAW video recording capabilities to the OM-D E-M1X and OM-D E-M1 Mark III when connected to an Atomos Ninja V recorder via HDMI.

Atomos Ninja V adds ProRes RAW capture to GFX 100, Sigma fp over HDMI

Atomos' latest firmware update for its popular Ninja V monitor/recorder adds ProRes RAW capture over HDMI to the Fujifilm GFX 100 and Sigma fp camera systems.

DPReview TV: Panasonic S1H ProRes Raw review

ProRes Raw is finally here for the Panasonic S1H. Find out why Jordan says 'This is absolutely my favorite image from any of the cameras I've got right now...'

Atomos releases full Ninja V firmware update for recording 5.9K 12-bit ProRes Raw with Panasonic S1H

AtomOS version 10.52 adds the ability to record 12-bit ProRes Raw video over HDMI at up to 5.9K/29.97p in full-frame, or 4K/59.94p in Super35.

Sony a7S III to get 4K/60p ProRes Raw capture over HDMI with Atomos' Ninja V monitor/recorder

Atomos' Ninja V monitor/recorder will get a firmware update later this year that will enable 4K/60p ProRes Raw capture over HDMI for Sony's new a7S III full-frame camera.

Atomos shares info on S1H ProRes Raw update, to offer 16-bit Raw capture with Sony FX9

Atomos continues its partnership with camera manufacturers to get the best image possible from the sensors inside the latest camera systems.

Atomos and Panasonic to co-develop Raw video for the Panasonic S1H

Atomos, a leading manufacturer of off-camera recorders, has announced that it is working with Panasonic to bring Raw video recording to Panasonic's video-oriented S1H mirrorless camera.

Atomos' new Neon monitors/recorders will have 8K/60p ProRes RAW module option

The monitors/recorders come in 17in, 24in, 31in and 55in sizes and record 4K/60p ProRes RAW out of the box. But a future add-on will allow them to capture 8K/60p ProRes RAW straight from the sensor of compatible cameras.

Atomos announces Shinobi SDI monitor, Shogun 7 monitor/recorder and a Ninja V SDI module

Atomos has announced a trio of new products to round out and spruce up its product lineup: the Shinobi SDI monitor, Shogun 7 monitor/recorder and AtomX SDI module for Ninja V.

The Atomos Shinobi is a light, bright 5" 1920x1080 HDMI monitor for $399

The Atomos Shinobi is a compact, lightweight monitor that features the same display found inside the much more expensive Ninja 5 monitor/recorder.

Atomos Ninja V, Inferno recorders will support 4K 10-bit 422 HDR with Panasonic's Lumix S1

Atomos has announced two of its most popular monitors/recorders will support 10-bit 422 HDR recording with Panasonic's new Lumix S1 full-frame camera.

Nikon, Atomos team up to offer 4K Raw capture over HDMI to the Ninja V external recorder

Atomos and Nikon are teaming up to make the Z6 and Z7 the first mirrorless cameras to offer 4K Raw recording over HDMI to an external monitor — the Ninja V.

DPReview TV: Atomos Ninja V review

Almost all new cameras include impressive video features, but for the best results you'll often need an off-camera recorder. Chris and Jordan take a look at the brand new Ninja V from Atomos, and explain why it might just be one of the most useful tools you can add to your camera.

Atomos Ninja V shipping at the end of the month, with new AtomX expansion modules

The Atomos Ninja V external video recorder and monitor will be ready to ship at the end of this month. The 5.2in Ninja V is designed to provide a smaller option, while still offering many of the features of the larger 7-inch models.

Free AtomOS update adds ProRes RAW support to Atomos Shogun Inferno and Sumo19

The free firmware update allows users of the Atomos Shogun Inferno and Sumo19 to begin recording in both ProRes RAW and ProRes RAW HQ right away using any of the nine supported cinema cameras from Panasonic, Sony, and Canon.

Atomos unveils the Ninja V: A 5.2-inch 4K/60p external monitor and recorder

Atomos new Ninja V packs all of the features you've come to expect from an Atomos external recorder into a smaller 5.2-inch form factor that's better suited to filmmakers using DSLRs and mirrorless cameras.

Free Atomos Shogun Inferno update will let you capture 5.7K RAW on the Panasonic EVA1

Atomos is preparing an AtomOS update that will enable the Shogun Inferno and Sumo19 HDR monitor/recorders to pull 5.7K Raw video out of the popular Super 35 Panasonic AU-EVA 1. Best of all, the upgrade is free.

Atomos Shogun now records 4K/120p Raw

New firmware adds burst mode to record short 4K/120p Raw clips on Sony FS5 and FS700.

Atomos introduces Ninja Inferno off-camera recorder

Atomos has released the Ninja Inferno off-camera recorder. It delivers the same performance as the top of the line Shogun Inferno, but with a design and price point optimized for users of cameras such as the Panasonic GH5. Read more

Atomos releases HDR update for Flame and Blade recorders

Atomos has announced a new OS update for its Flame and Blade series of professional monitor/recorders with a focus on improving HDR workflows, in addition to announcing a promotional pricing and trade-in program for those looking to upgrade. Read more

Atomos releases new 'Flame' versions of Shogun and Ninja recorders

Atomos, a name synonymous with off-camera video capture, has announced the release of its Atomos Flame series of its Shogun and Ninja field monitors. The new series kicks the monitors' performance up a couple notches with features like support for HDR video, while also addressing common requests from existing users such as hot-swappable batteries. Read more

Atomos releases AtomOS6.4 firmware upgrade for Shogun recorder

Video production tool maker Atomos has announced the release of AtomOS6.4, a significant firmware update for its Shogun video monitor and recorder. The update includes a number of useful features, including anamorphic de-squeezing that supports the Panasonic GH4's new anamorphic video mode. Read more

Atomos releases important firmware update for Shogun recorder

Atomos has released a major firmware update to the Atomos Shogun 4K external video recorder. The Shogun, already popular among filmmakers and professional videographers thanks to its 4K 10-bit ProRes recording capabilities, gains several important features that should appeal to motion picture shooters. The update, dubbed AtomOS6.2, adds important features such as 3D LUTs and Avid DNxHR/DNxHD recording formats. Read more