Just two days ago we’ve covered how to match the Sony FS7’s EVF appearance with the Odyssey 7Q+ monitor/recorder and today we’ll delve into working with the FS7 and the Odyssey7Q+ even further by introducing another excellent tutorial provided by Convergent Design. This time, we’ll walk you through the process
Odyssey 7Q Archive
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.
Besides the numerous onboard recording options and codecs the Sony FS7 provides such as XAVC (up to 4K at 60p), MPEG2 422(HD) and the recently added ProRes HQ & 422 (HD), the camera is also capable of outputting 4K DCI (up to 60p) and 2K (up to 240p) Raw video feed that
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
Here’s a quick round-up of industry news from earlier in the week. First, Convergent Design have officially lowered the price on their flagship external recorder the Odyssey7Q by $500. For a limited time only, the Odyssey 7Q will sell for 20% off, or at $1,795 at authorized
Ever since it was announced back in April 2012, the Sony NEX-FS700 has been somewhat of a unique camera. The camera was announced as “4K Ready”, which left many people wandering at the time what that actually meant. According to Sony it meant – the most cost
Convergent Design have always been a forward thinking company. A few years back in 2009, they were first to introduce an affordable higher bit rate external recorder – the Nanoflash. The tiny device gave broadcast quality 8bit 4:2:2 MXF recording capabilities to many shooters who needed a more robust image
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.
The Sony A7s is easily one of the most awaited 4K cameras of 2014. The 4K capable, slim-body mirrorless camera from Sony, excels in low-light with its incredible 12MP Full-Frame CMOS sensor specifically designed for video. The camera is currently shipping in Japan and the US in