ATOMOS has simply introduced that the NINJA V and NINJA V+ will assist for a broad selection of RAW codecs from the new Canon EOS R5 C digital camera. After all this consists of recording of Apple ProRes RAW 8K at 30fps with the NINJA V+.
Sizzling on the heels of Canon’s newest addition to their Cinema EOS line, the Canon EOS R5 C (information article right here | evaluation right here), ATOMOS simply introduced a brand new firmware launch for his or her in style Ninja V and V+ screens/recorders.
Each fashions (the Ninja V got here out in 2018!) will assist recording varied RAW codecs served by way of the EOS R5 C HDMI terminal.
Along with 8K at 30fps, the NINJA V+ gives assist for 6K at 50fps and 60fps. The NINJA V (and naturally the V+) supply assist for 6K at as much as 30fps and 3K at as much as 60fps.
The built-in LTC enter on the EOS R5 C means it is extremely nicely fitted to multi-camera productions. It may be utilized in mixture with the ATOMOS UltraSync One, for instance. The expertise can be appropriate with the AtomX SYNC module for the NINJA V / V+, which suggests it may be wirelessly synchronised to a spread of gadgets.
From the press launch:
Our partnership with Canon has produced a outstanding advance in what we think about doable with small kind elements cameras. The mixture of the brand new Canon EOS R5 C and the Atomos Ninja V+ to document 8K ProRes RAW represents the sort of innovation we all know our prospects are in search of. We’re excited to find how they may discover new alternatives with these instruments to create much more unbelievable movies.
Estelle McGechie, CEO, Atomos
ATOMOS now gives Apple ProRes RAW recording for over 30 cameras, which based on ATOMOS “additional cements its place as a number one normal throughout the trade”.
Granted, 8K could appear uncommon right this moment. However ATOMOS has a degree right here: “filmmakers perceive that such a big picture not solely gives a way of future-proofing their work, but in addition creates a spread of versatile choices in put up for HD and 4K movies.”
What do you suppose? Would you purchase an EOS R5 C together with a (possibly already current) Ninja V/V+ to enhance your workflow? Share your ideas within the feedback under!