AtomOS Sumo19 Update Enables Quad-ISO Recording and Panasonic EVA1 5.7K ProRes RAW

The Atomos AtomOS firmware update buzz continues! This article will explain quad-ISO recording and more of the features enhancing the 19" HDR 4Kp60 Monitor-Recorder, Sumo 19 and it's counterpart, the HDR monitor only, Sumo19M. Exciting new developments for live production! From

Cine Gear Expo 2018 wrapped, but one of the big news out of it was that Atomos announced the release of AtomOS 9.1 (or firmware update 9.1) unleashing lots of new features for the Atomos Sumo19 HDR production monitor recorder. New in AtomOS 9.1 for Sumo19 is the long-anticipated Quad ISO recording and on-screen selectable output switching, plus 5.7K ProRes RAW recording at up to 30fps with the Panasonic AU-EVA1.

In addition, AtomOS 9.1 enables full display of 5.7K images on-screen, automatic HDR detection on playback and a redesigned user interface are on offer. The same 5.7k ProRes RAW recording option will also be available as a free update for the Atomos Shogun Inferno 7″ HDR monitor recorder in the coming days.

The Sumo19 Quad ISO recording function streamlines the equipment required for multi-cam shoots and live productions by combining multiple functions into the same box.

Users can now monitor up to four gen-locked HD sources simultaneously and ISO record each as a separate Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD file to a single more

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