StudioDaily by Bryant Frazer
OLED Monitor/Recorder Arrives with Lower Prices to Unlock Different Camera Formats
Convergent Design said it started shipping production units of the Odyssey7Q, its 7.7-inch OLED monitor and video recorder, last week. Unveiled during NAB and originally slated to ship in August, the 7Q is unique in that added features can be purchased or rented on a daily basis.
The Odyssey7Q sells for $2295 and records uncompressed RGB HD video to server-grade 2.5-inch SSDs ($395 for 256 GB or $795 for 512 GB). Compressed HD video capability is included in the purchase price and will be added in a free firmware update, the company said. ARRIRAW, Canon 4K raw and Sony FS700 2K raw, generic 2K raw (8- or 10-bit up to 120 fps) and multistream recording (four cameras in 1080p YCC at up to 30 fps) — will be available either as an additional purchase or as a daily rental option that unlocks the capability for a limited time.
Good news for users — the prices for unlocking formats have gone down substantially since they were originally announced back in May. ARRIRAW recording, for instance, has been reduced to a $1995 add-on (optionally, $149/day) from the originally floated $2995 price, and Sony FS700 raw has dropped to $795 rather than $1500 but will no longer be available on a daily basis. Here are all of the recording options currently in the offing from Convergent. read more...
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