Atomos had a few announcements of their own over the last few days. They introduced a new product, the Power Station, that aims to give extra juice not only to your camera, but other devices as well. They also announced that the Shogun external recorder will be capable of 4K 60fps not long after it ships next month (via cinema5D):

Here are the full specs on the Power Station, which is going to run about $300 and will start shipping in October:

Power Input

  • DC Input voltage 12V to 19V
  • D-tap input voltage (via adapter) 12V to 19V
  • Battery input voltage 6.2V to 8.4V (2 slots)
  • Compatible Batteries NP series, D-tap and supporting accessories (Nikon ENL6, Canon EL6)

Power Output

  • On DC power 2 DC outputs at 8.4V, 5A Max
  • On Batteries 2 DC outputs at 6.2V to 8.4V
  • USB Charging 2 USB outputs at 5V, 2A Max
  • Max Total Output Power 42W

Battery Management

  • Battery Charging (on DC power only) 2 x 1A chargers (approx three hours to charge a NP-F570 battery)
  • Battery Level Indicators Charge remaining indicators for both batteries
  • Continuous Power *Patent Pending Primary-Secondary battery system. Change batteries without losing power. Loop batteries continuously. Falls back on battery power if mains power lost.
  • Accessories Included 12V AC/DC Adapter
  • Optional Extras D-Tap Adapter

Source: Atomos Power Station