How to colour correct on unsuitable monitors

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The Art of Coarse Monitoring: All about monitoring -  when you absolutely should and when you may be able to get away with less-than-ideal options.

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

Professional storage brand G-Technology continues its trend of collaboration through a recent partnership with Atomos.

NAB 2015: Atomos adds impressive list of new features

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With a flurry of new announcements, upgrades and improvements, Australia’s Atomos has had a busy Vegas as it seeks to pile on the features to its units and provide its competitors with something of a serious headache.

Atomos slashes prices of its 4K monitor recorders

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With competition heating up for the 4K recorder/monitor market, Atomos responds with a tried-and-true tactic: extreme price drops.

Co-operation is the name of the current game

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It's still too soon to draw any deep or profound conclusions about this year's IBC except for the fact that we're seeing a lot of co-operation between companies and particularly those manufacturers who might previously have shied away from working with third parties (except at arms-length).

Atomos widens Log support with OS 7.12 & drops HDR prices

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Atomos’ latest firmware release for its monitor/recorders widens support for Log shooting against a backdrop of bullish moves designed to kickstart HDR production, including seasonal price drops.

Some readers may remember a piece RedSharkNews published in 2013 detailing the camera rig I built up from parts collected from all over the world. In keeping with this theme, I recently purchased an Atomos Ninja Star portable ProRes recorder to give my three year-old Sony HD ‘hybrid’ a new lease of life.

Symon Wyndham has been testing with a new compact HDMI recorder from Atomos, the Ninja Star, for the past week, and gives us his opinion.

Atomos, the maker of the famous Ninja HDMI recorders, are offering their HDMI Stop/Start and Timecode extensions as an open standard for other manufacturers to use

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