The new Atomos Samurai Blade

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Atomos has announced the next generation of Samurai field recorder with new features added largely as a result of user feedback

This is a camera that changes everything in its market sector: 4K for less than 1,000 USD

NAB 2015: The difference a year makes

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Something is different about NAB this year and it's probably a good thing as an industry once wedded to launching new products instead discovers the joy of upgrades, modularity, durability and extending the product life cycle. Buy a new camera today and the chances are it will last a lot longer than one even from just a few years ago.

In something of a surprise announcement, Canon unveiled the XC10 4K camera (among other hot new products) in advance of NAB 2015. And in another twist, Atomos has announced that the yet-to-be released camera will receive Shogun support

Atomos Samurai Blade now under $1000

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Atomos has announced a new $995 price point for its Samurai Blade, reckoning that with both of its HDMI and SDI monitor/recorders now under $1000 the days are numbered for monitors that don't record or playback.

 Sony's new A7s is a well thought out 4K-capable camera. Sony briefed us, giving some more information

In an ideal world, there ought to be no need to calibrate displays

Atomos Shogun Delayed by firmware issues

Published in Technology & Computing

It's never easy launching a sophisticated video product on time. Here's a good example: Atomos' Shogun has been delayed by firmware issues

FPGAs are modern miracles of technology. They're silicon chips whose hardware configuration can be set up and changed with software. They provide the flexibility of software with the speed of hardware, and are what allow small companies to build products with big capabilities. FPGA expert Tony Cole reports

10 reasons why 2014 will be the Year of 4K

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4K has been on the mind of producers, cinematographers, editors and other pros for some time now. But 2014 will be the year it breaks wide for video professionals and consumers alike, and here’s why

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