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

 RedShark reader Krasnapolski saw Peter Haas' film Peter Pan Bakery, shot with a Digital Bolex D16, and sent us a link to a very similar production: Mario's Cafe by Roland Denning, a customer at the cafe. It was shot with a Sony Z7 HDV Camera. It's fascinating to compare the two!

Atomos Samurai Blade now shipping

Published in Technology & Computing

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

Sony's Glasnost: Is Sony opening up to working with other companies and products?

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

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

The start of a different speed of change

Published in Technology & Computing

So, now that the dust has settled, what can we conclude from NAB 2016? Phil Rhodes reckons that we're moving into a period of evolution rather than revolution.

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

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

Published in Production

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

NAB 2015: The difference a year makes

Published in Business

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.

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