For those with a Sony A7s or Panasonic GH4, here's a bit of good news: the Atomos is officially accepting pre-orders for the Shogun, the world's first 4K HDMI recorder, and throwing a Spyder into the mix.

Beware of Vimeo 4K camera comparisons!

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Here's a comparison between Sony's A7S and Panasonic's GH4, both recording in 4K. It comes with several health warnings

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

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

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 rack mounts its Shogun 4K

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Atomos keeps finding new niches for its products and the latest sees it port its Shogun expertise into what it bills as the world's first all-in-one 4K/HD, 2ch, dual 7in 3RU rack recorder, monitor and playback deck.

The typically grey and murky English weather is the bane of photographer's lives but on this occasion it only adds to the sense of foreboding as we look at these weird, sinister relics

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

While many of us are patiently waiting for the Atomos Shogun 4K HDMI recorder, Convergent Design reminds us that they already have an SDI 4K and other recorders on the market, now made better with a recent firmware update.

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

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