Just six weeks before NAB 2018, Atomos are back with an sweet offer to potential customers with a chance to save big on the Sumo19 and Sumo 19M HDR production monitors. For a limited time only, Atomos are offering the Sumo 19 and Sumo19M (monitor version) at
Better late than never, right? Unfortunately, this C-Log Upgrade doesn’t come from Canon as you may guess. Nevertheless, UK-based cinematographer James Miller and Atomos have joined forces lately to create specific Log picture profiles aiming to bring the highly demanded gamma curve to certain models of the Canon
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).
Blackmagic Design announced a whopping 30+ new products at this year’s NAB 2015 trade show in Las Vegas. Of course the URSA Mini 4K and Mini 4.6K cameras were the crowned jewels for BMD at the show, but out of all the new product announcement, the 5-inch
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
Convergent Design just released the latest firmware update for their Odyssey family monitor/recorders. Firmware version 5.10.100 (download link in the bottom of the article) adds the very welcomed Apple ProRes LT and ProRes 422, in addition to the already existing ProRes 422 HQ. LT and 422 are
Earlier today, Colorado based video equipment maker Convergent Design announced a new flagship recorder/monitor in the Odyssey Family – the Odyssey7Q+. The latest addition to their lineup of already field proven recorders and monitors like the original Odyssey7Q/Odyssey7 and the Gemini444 and the Nanoflash, expands on the
The Odyssey7Q started shipping less than a year ago, and since then it has become massively popular with cinematographers and videographers alike serving as both an awesome OLED monitor featuring countless image control functions and a solid external recorder offering 10bit broadcast quality recording and Raw support for cameras such as