IBC 2013: Atomos Samurai Blade external Prores recorder update with colour calibration function

By site editor Dan Chung:

IBC 2013: Atomos Samurai Blade update from Dan Chung on Vimeo.

Atomos CEO Jeromy Young of Atomos gives us an on-screen demo of the new features on the Samurai Blade Prores recorder. The HDSDI device has a new screen calibration device which promises to give even greater colour reproduction and the ability to apply Look Up Tables (LUTs) to the recorder’s display.

This is from Atomos:
“The new Samurai Blade offers a stunning 1280 x 720 SuperAtom IPS touchscreen, at 325ppi 179-degree viewing, 400nit brightness and multi-frequency (48/50/60Hz) operation, depending on video input, giving super smooth monitoring and playback. Newly released sunhoods are also available for those shoots out in the sun. The capacitive touch panel gives lightning-quick response times and gesture capability. Controlling AtomOS 5.0 on Samurai Blade is silky smooth.
Packed into the light and mobile camera-mountable Samurai Blade are all the essential tools you need to set up on-site accurate colors and exposure including full waveform monitor functions – Vectorscope, RGB and LUMA parades. Each provides an intuitive transparent interface offering full screen, lower 3rd or bottom right corner positioning to give you a range of options when setting up, recording and playing back your shot.”

Video shot by Jonah Kessel and Scott Karlins.

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Posted on September 13th, 2013 by Jonah Kessel | Category: Field Recorders, IBC show, Monitors |

One response to "IBC 2013: Atomos Samurai Blade external Prores recorder update with colour calibration function"

  1. antonseim Says:
    September 13th, 2013 at 10:51 pm

    I’m sitting in my apt. in L.A. and I feel like I’m there! You guys are killing it once again. Thanks for getting these videos out so fast!

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