The Atomos Shogun is there top of the line field montior and recorder. New features now include 4K UHD to HD down scaling, Avid DNxHD and DNxHR recording in addition to ProRes 4K & HD, 3D LUTS, improved audio and more.
HDVideoPro by Neil Matsumoto
For a video recorder, the Atomos Shogun is one sexy beast. And with the popularity of the Sony A7S amongst indie filmmakers, the Shogun has become a "must-have" device for A7S users who want to go beyond HD. (Who doesn't?)
Armed with a Shogun and A7S, a filmmaker can capture 4K ProRes 10-bit files while viewing them on a large 1920 x 1200 high-pixel density LCD monitor, making the compact $2,500 camera a serious video camera.
Melbourne, Australia – 19th March, 2015: In the space of only 3 months, the Atomos Shogun has quickly cemented itself as the indispensable tool for filmmakers. It is the only product on the market that combines a 4K ProRes 10-bit recorder, 1920 x 1200 high pixel density monitor, professional balanced XLR audio and seamless conversion between HDMI & HD-SDI workflows all housed within a lightweight, durable polycarbonate/ABS body. With AtomOS6.2 firmware released today, the impressive feature list continues to expand, with functionality improvements to enhance the recording, playback and monitoring capability.
The new features described in detail below, include 3D LUTs, DNxHR (4K) recording, DNxHD (HD) recording, 4K UHD to HD down scaling, file preview in the playback screen and a revamped Audio display interface. read more...