B&H did have the Atomos Ninja V+ on sale for $599 USD, which was $400 USD off the regular price, while the Ninja V was available for $399 USD which was a saving of $250 USD. UPDATE: B&H has already changed the price of the Ninja V+ back to $799 USD and the Ninja V to $499 USD.
Atomos originally had a deal at the end of last year where you could get the Ninja V+ for $999 USD. It was originally $1,499 USD when it was first announced.
The Ninja V+ can record Apple ProRes RAW up to 8K 30p from the Canon R5. You can also record ProRes RAW over HDMI up to 4K 120p with the Z Cam E2 and E2-M4.
The Nikon Z9 can record ProRes RAW internally as well as its own N-RAW so you have to wonder what the future holds for external recorders moving forward. RED has taken legal action against Nikon, so it will be interesting to see what happens with that case.
The Ninja V+ also includes a H.265 free-to-download license to record with the high-quality, low-bandwidth codec for up to 10-bit recording in ProRes 4:2:2. The display features include a 10-bit screen with a brightness of 1000 cd/m², AtomHDR technology for accurate monitoring of your Log gamma footage, and support for popular log formats from Sony, ARRI, Canon, JVC, Panasonic, Nikon, RED, Sony, and Z CAM cameras.