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

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

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

There's still life in compressed video...

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While it's tempting to think that with the Magic Lantern EOS raw hack out in the open that normal, compressed video will never be good enough again, that's taking far too strict a line on it. The fact is that the conventional video output from cameras like the EOS 5D MK III is very good indeed with the exception of certain well-known issues like moire and rolling shutter

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.

Ninja 2 + Nikon D800 Review: Part 1 of 3

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DSLR users have long complained that they can't get clean, unadulterated line outputs suitable for high-quality recording. But the D800 is different. Phil Rhodes tests it with an Atomos Ninja 2 Field Recorder

Atomos Shogun Delayed by firmware issues

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

Atomos enters battery market with Power Station

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Power to the people: Atomos bills its latest accessory as meaning that cameramen will never be left without power in the field, powering multiple devices and giving endless hot swapping of commodity camera batteries.

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

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

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