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Atomos Ninja Assassin in use

Watch out, there’s an Assassin about

Atomos have released a new model of their camera-top external recorders and following their usual naming trend, this one’s suitably deadly – it’s the Assassin. They say it’s “the only true 10-bit 4:2:2 professional recording solution for Apple, AVID & Adobe workflows” blah blah blah...

Happy people using Panasonic's GH-4

New firmware for Panasonic GH4

The Panasonic GH4 quickly became a smash hit with video-makers and now there’s a tweak to its internal firmware to give you “enhanced controllability and performance”. Heady stuff. Specifically, the HDMI output’s been updated so that timecode and a recording control – as defined by...

HDMI cable

Atomos attempt to redefine HDMI

Video recorder manufacturer Atomos has grandly and boldly announced that it intends to redefine the HDMI interface “for the professional video industry”. In essence they’re saying that despite SDI being the “pro” standard for digital video interchange due to it having pro-quality features (not least of which...

Atomos Ninja Star LEDs

Atomos Ninja Star explodes into life

The self-proclaimed “world’s smallest ProRes recorder”, Atomos’ new Ninja Star, is now being shipped to dealers after being announced with much fanfare at NAB earlier in the year. The Star is a tiny solid-state video recorder designed to be bolted into drone aircraft – or...

Atomos Ninja Blade

Ninja gets a Blade

Atomos have announced a new version of their compact hard-drive video units, the Ninja Blade. The various Ninjas are all designed to be attached to camcorders and offer better quality recordings than the camcorder itself. Helpfully, they also have a screen so you can view...