January 22, 2016

For a Limited Time, the Convergent Design Odyssey7Q+ Recorder is $500 Off

Convergent Design Odyssey 7Q+

Convergent Design's Odyssey7Q+ recorder has slowly but surely become one of the better monitor/recorders out there, with software updates bringing tons of new features all the time. For a limited time only, you can get the 7Q+ for just $1,800, which is $500 off the normal price (anything purchased before January 19th is not eligible). 

Here's more info on the deal:

Included with the Odyssey7Q+ are a 256GB SSD, high-quality HDMI and SDI cables, a 5-pack of SSD handles (for use with certain third-party SSDs) and a universal AC power supply. This reduced price represents and incredible value for this powerful and versatile recorder/monitor.

The Odyssey7Q+ is the industry’s most advanced and versatile monitor/recorder. It records HD/2K/UHD/4K, in Apple ProRes 422 and 4444 codecs, in RAW or in DPX. The 7.7” OLED touchscreen offers an unparalleled image analysis and advanced monitoring Tools, a 3D-LUT routing system and more.

As always, Convergent Design provides excellent 24/7 customer support for all of our products. New features and capabilities are provided through free firmware upgrades including 4K60 Apple ProRes recording in an upcoming release.

To keep the price lower, the Odyssey7Q+ doesn't include everything out of the box, so if you're looking for RAW recording, they do have a bundle for $1,000 (one-time fee) that gives you access to RAW from Canon, Sony, and ARRI cameras. They've also introduced a multi-camera recording option called Apollo, which you can buy separately:

The Odyssey Apollo Option allows recording of up to four HD video inputs along with a fifth recording of a Quad-Split view or a Live-Switch between the four inputs. Free updates will add Dual-4K recording to this upgrade option.

For more, head on over to the to Convergent Design site or check out B&H to purchase one.      

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Does this mean they are about to release a new recorder? They did this with the original 7Q a month or so before releasing the 7Q+

January 22, 2016 at 12:26PM

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Mike Brown
Director of Photography, Camera Operator, Assistant Camera
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Wish they would release one without the monitor, that records to CFast cards.

January 22, 2016 at 1:09PM

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I have a hard time getting behind a product that you need to spend $1,000 for a license to get access to RAW. That's one thing Atomos will always have over the 7Q, they will never make people who purchase their products purchase additional licenses.

January 23, 2016 at 12:30AM

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Kaster Troy
Director, DP, Editor
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Best damn recorder on the market.

I picked up a 7Q+ when they had the special offer for the two free 256GB SSD and it's been the best money I've spend in a long time.

January 24, 2016 at 10:25AM, Edited January 24, 10:25AM

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