You may recall my post from earlier in the week about the upcoming official announcement of the new RED Epic-W 8K camera and upgrade program for existing customers on October 11th, but despite all the “teased” official info, there were quite a few questions remaining to be answered.
4K Monitor/Recorder Archive
At IBC 2015, the Atomos booth was, as usual, packed with eager show attendees to get their hands on the company’s latest offerings like the fresh of the production line, red bumper sporting, 4K HDMI Ninja Assassin ($1,295) and also the much awaited Power Station ($395). At this year’s
The Odyssey family recorders had an important firmware update recently, and now the Colorado based gear maker, has more good news for Odyssey users and potential new customers. Just before the 4th of July Holiday weekend, Convergent Design announced a major revamp of SSD support and prices.
It didn’t take long for third party manufacturers to announce their official support for the 4K Sony a7RII camera, and in particular popular external recorder manufacturers like Atomos, who recently announced support for the new 4K Sony mirrorless flagship. Offering the benefit of recording 4K ProRes/DNxHR in 3840