A pair of simultaneous Ninja V updates have been unleashed by Atomos.
Atomos' popular 5" 1000nit recorder and monitor, the Ninja V, is back with two notable updates.
First up, the company has added RAW over HDMI recording for the Fujifilm GFX100 allowing the Ninja V to record 12-bit 4K ProRes RAW up to 30p. This is big news for those looking to add a RAW workflow to the large format camera. Alternatively, shooters can record 10-bit 422 ProRes and DNx up to 4K 30p on the GFX100.
If you haven't already, be sure to update the GFX100 with firmware 2.01 to unlock the features. Pairing the Ninja V with the GFX100, a large format mirrorless camera, makes for a solid RAW combination for shooters.
Additionally, Atomos is now offering RAW image capture with the Sigma fp. No Film School reported on Blackmagic Design's update with its Video Assist recorders that support the Sigma fp at 120p using BRAW, and now, Atomos is following suit with ProRes RAW.
The Ninja V will be able to record Apple ProRes RAW at 4K DCI 24p or 4K UHD up to 30p using the full width of the sensor. You can also record RAW over HDMI in HD at 120fps. Footage can then be finished in either HDR or SDR (Rec. 709). Similar to the GFX100, shooters can record 422 ProRes and DNx video at 4K fusing the 8-bit HDMI output on the Sigma fp.
Both updates fall under AtomOS 10.53 which is available now at the Atomos support page.