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Atomos Samurai Blade - RedShark's full video review

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The Atomos Samurai Blade is a combined HD-SDI recorder and Electronic Viewfinder/Field Monitor. It combines two categories of product into a single device. We've tested it and here's our report

Atomos Samurai Blade now shipping

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Famous for its low-cost touchscreen field recorders, Atomos has just announced that their new Samurai Blade is now shipping

This new device from Atomos is what DSLR users have been waiting for - and its half the price we expected!

Firmware upgrade adds Avid DNxHD to Atomos Ninja 2

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Atomos has finally released their Avid DNxHD upgrade for Ninja-2 field recorders. First hinted at over a year ago, the new firmware upgrade will allow direct capture from HDMI sources into the Avid format, which is usually lossless at higher bitrates

Canon C100 and Ninja 2: An excellent video overview

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A new video showing the C100 in detail and how it might be used with an external recorder for even better images

Why can't HDMI recorders handle 60p?

Published in Technology

60p recording seems like a strange omission from HDMI recorders. But there's a reason, explained here

20 new 4K cameras to arrive before NAB 2014

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Expect up to 20 new 4K cameras to hit the market before NAB, says Atomos Chief Executive

Atomos Connect converters finally ship

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Atomos, the Melbourne, Austraila - based company, has finally shipped their Connect converters. These are small, battery-powered gadgets for converting HDMI to HDSDI and vice-versa - with a few extra tricks hidden inside their compact packaging.

Canon EOS 5D mk III + new firmware + Atomos Ninja 2

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When the first external recorders for DSLRs came out in 2011, there was a drawback: they didn't work with DSLRs! Now, slowly, that is changing, but the 5D mk III is the big one and now, with its newly released firmware, a clean HDMI output is available to record externally

We're following a bit of a theme here: ProRes versus in-camera recording. Here's an extremely interesting clip with a split-screen demonstration of ProRes vs a Canon C100's internal codec which is 24Mbit/s AVCHD

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