Atomos just announced a new 4K/60p budget recorder based on their popular flagship Shogun Inferno. The new Atomos Ninja Inferno is the “little brother” or “sister”, depending on how you look at it, to the big boy Shogun Inferno, with which it shares the same super high-quality
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The PIX-E series recorder/monitors from Video Devices (you know of Sound Devices fame) have been around for a couple of years now, but I have always wanted to get my hands on one. I felt like the Video Devices PIX-E5 with it’s 5-inch screen and HDMI/SDI I/O
Cinemartin, the team behind the advanced & high effective standalone Video Denoiser, a Blu ray disc converter /decoder, as well as the 4K portable 4K Recorder – Monitor – Computer; NEXT 4K, now is proud to announce MiniM & TEO – the world 1st 4K UHD and QHD 5.6″ Monitors, 4K Recorders,
Video Devices announced their new line of 4K recorders – the PIX-E series back at NAB 2015 last year, which have stirred the interested of the filmmaking community. Even though sometimes touted as great monitors, who happen to recorder 4K, these devices are quite the powerhouses when
Video Devices is about to make a lot of shooters very happy by announcing earlier today that their flagship 4K recorder/monitor – the 7-inch PIX-E7 is now shipping worldwide. The Video Devices PIX-E7 is the largest model in the PIX-E Series, joining the 5-inch PIX-E5 (SDI and HDMI) and
Video Devices, makers of the super rugged and awesome monitors, who according to the manufacturer happen to record 4K in various flavours just got even better. The company just announced firmware update v1.10 for their 4K monitor/recorder line including the 5-inch PIX-E5 and the less expensive PIX-E5H (HDMI only).
AJA is well known for introducing innovative and reliable products widely used in the broadcast and other professional video production world. The makers of the AJA CION 4K camera, which didn’t take off as well as they’d hoped, but is still around, just expanded their Ki Pro
There are so many 4K cameras today that it’s hard to keep track. 4K has penetrated every price point and tier, regardless of consumer oriented cameras or professional devices. However most 4K cameras offer some type of compressed format for 4K recording in-camera, and output either raw
Atomos and Convergent Design had up until now cornered the market for 4K recorder/monitor devices for popular cameras like the Sony FS7, or mirrorless 4K cameras like the Sony A7s and Panasonic GH4, or great all-rounders like the Canon C100 Mark II and basically any other camera with HDMI or
If you are in the market for a new external recorder for your 4K camera, you might be interested in the recent announcement of a first recorder by Cinemartin due to be released this summer. The Spanish company, known for the famous Prores and HEVC H.265 standalone & plugin video converters, recently has announced
Just a little bit over a month after they announced a new flagship 4K ProRes/Raw recorder/monitor – the Odyssey7Q+, and a new firmware allowing 4K recording in 10bit 422 over HDMI for the GH4 and Sony A7s, Colorado based Convergent Design is yet again making a very
Back at NAB 2014 in April, the Sony A7s was one of the hottest cameras announced. However, it was announced that the only way to get the 4K output from the monster full-frame sensor with full pixel readout was through the HDMI output. Atomos came to the rescue
As we get closer to the end of the year most manufacturers are trying to make sure they get their products they announced in the Spring at NAB get out the door and into customer’s hands. Not only that, but in general things in our industry are
The Canon C500 is an odd beast. It is Canon’s EOS Cinema lineup flagship, and the only 4K Digital Cinema Camera they manufacture. Canon’s EOS Cinema line of professional cameras targets the film industry, and was a major deal for Canon upon it’s unveiling in November 2011.