Revolutionary external touchscreen 10-bit Apple ProRes recorders easily capture via HDMI or HD-SDI video to 2 1Ž2″ hard disk or SSD, for production-quality video
NAB 2011 — Las Vegas, Nevada — Atomos will make its first appearance at NAB, showcasing their revolutionary Ninja and Samurai external Apple ProRes recorders. These groundbreaking 10-bit Recording, Monitoring and Playback devices are rapidly changing the way in which video is captured and edited. Atomos takes the workflow to the camera – not the camera to the workflow.
Also at NAB will be a line of new accessories especially designed in response to customers’ specific needs. Ninja, Samurai, and all the new accessories can be seen at the Atomos Stand SL9105.
About Ninja and Samurai
Ninja is a portable touchscreen HD recorder, monitor and playback device that captures video direct to Apple ProRes from any camera with an HDMI output onto low-cost, removable 2 1Ž2 inch hard disks. It eliminates the need for capture cards and wasted time logging and capturing by avoiding the lossy, time consuming capture to edit process.
Samurai is the second of Atomos’s industry-transforming external Apple ProRes video recorders, working with any camera with an HD-SDI output. Samurai packs masses of power into a rugged, portable device that records, monitors, and instantly plays back ready-to-edit, visually-lossless Apple Pro Res files and has a bigger touchscreen and multi-camera support.
Atomos improves the working lives of videomakers by designing cutting-edge, affordable tools that make the best possible use of recent advances in hardware and software. Based in Australia, Hong Kong, and UK, and with a worldwide distribution network, Atomos has a range of groundbreaking products lined up for release over the coming months and years. Further product information can be found at www.atomos.com.