Atomos Ninja V now supports GFX100S ProRes RAW recording

Atomos recently stated that its Ninja V will support the recording of ProRes RAW of Fujifilm’s large format sensor mirrorless camera GFX100S.

Fujifilm announced the GFX100S camera earlier, but following this, Atomos will receive video output from the GFX100S with Ninja V and will support ProRes RAW recording.

Atomos announced that its Ninja V will support the recording of ProRes RAW of Fujifilm’s large format sensor mirrorless camera GFX100S. Fujifilm announced the GFX100S camera earlier, but following this, Atomos will receive video output from the GFX100S with Ninja V and will support ProRes RAW recording.

Atomos Ninja V is a 5-inch 1000nit HDR high-brightness monitor/recorder that supports 4K ProRes and ProRes RAW recording via HDMI input for many cameras already, including Sony α7SII, Panasonic Lumix SH1, Sigma fp, and Fujifilm GFX100. doing.

With this announcement, Fujifilm’s new product GFX100S will also be able to do this, and Ninja V will downsample and output the video signal from the GFX100S’ 43.8 x 32.9mm 102 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor up to 4K / 30p / 12 Record with Bit ProRes RAW video.

The GFX100S is a lower-priced model that contributes to reducing production costs with large format sensor cameras.

ProRes RAW support

FUJIFILM plans to support white balance and ISO with a firmware update in the summer of 2021, increasing post-production flexibility.

Benefits of ProRes RAW

By being able to record video from the GFX 100S in ProRes RAW with NinjaV, you will be able to enjoy the benefits of RAW video and the real-time performance of ProRes in post-production. It adjusts the look of the image, giving you more freedom of expression of light and shade, and details, making it ideal for HDR workflows. It also supports ProRes RAW and ProRes RAW HQ with lower compression and higher bandwidth. Reduce file size for faster and simpler file transfers, media management, and archiving. ProRes RAW is currently supported by Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer, and more.

Summary

It is very attractive to be able to record video from a large format sensor camera in RAW at a relatively low cost. We hope Blackmagic Design will support ProRes RAW in DaVinci Resolve in the future.

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