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Results for: "at the bench introducing the phantom veo"
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The Phantom VEO from Vision Research brings many of the features and tools from their Flex cameras into a compact and rugged form factor.
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The Cameo VEObob is a breakout box specifically designed for the Phantom VEO camera.
Tech News
Those of us who have been around awhile are marveling at the rate of development our industry is experiencing at the Digital Cinema level right now. It may be that future bloggers (can we call them "Floggers"?) will look back at this time in the history of Digital Cinema and declare it a unique era of technical fertility and creative vision.
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With the capability of the Canon C100 and the newly updated 5D Mark III to output uncompressed video with 422 color, the two cameras can both be set up with the Ninja 2 recorder from Atomos.
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The Atomos Shogun has become a top choice for off-camera monitoring and recording. Its lightweight and feature-rich design make it ideal for acquisition from HD up to 4K.
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I had a chance to chat with Pamela Berry from Atomos about new firmware for their Shogun Inferno monitor/recorder as well as an exciting new product. Atomos recently released a free firmware update for their popular Shogun Inferno enabling all supported RAW formats to be saved in CinemaDNG format, preserving the RAW context of the files all the way through post, if required.
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Atomos has just announced their new Flame series of monitor/recorders featuring the AtomHDR engine. The Shogun Flame will accept SDI, RAW and HDMI signals while the Ninja Flame will accept HDMI signals.
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At NAB this year, Atomos is displaying a number of great new accessories at their booth, and I was able to learn a bit more about them courtesy of CEO Jeremy Young.
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Today I stopped by the Atomos booth to speak with Jeromy Young about their recently-announced Shogun and Ninja Flame recorders. As we mentioned in our previous TechByte, both these models feature the AtomHDR engine, but the Shogun Flame will accept SDI, RAW and HDMI signals, while the Ninja Flame will accept HDMI signals.