The original Atomos Sumo monitor is proving to be extremely popular. In this video from IBC 2017, Atomos fill us in with more details on the new Sumo M standalone monitor, as well telling us details of some interesting new capabilities for the original Sumo to be introduced in forthcoming firmware updates.
22 Sep 2017
Atomos Sumo monitors to receive new capabilities with firmware updates [Video]
- Written by RedShark News Staff
RedShark at IBC 2017: We catch up with Tony Trent from Atomos to talk about what they have in store in the next couple of months and about the Sumo monitor and recorder range they have been working on.
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