Atomos is increasing its digicam help once more, this time with the Olympus OM-1. The digicam will be capable to seize in 4K DCI at as much as 60 frames per second (FPS) and when hooked up to a NINJA monitor/recorder, the file will likely be recorded in 12-bit ProRes RAW.
The OM SYSTEM OM-1 is a compelling MFT digicam and an excellent addition to an already superb line-up from our companions at OM Digital Options,” acknowledged ATOMOS CEO Trevor Elbourne.
“ The flexibility to offer RAW out over HDMI to the Atomos Ninja V/V+ implies that much more filmmakers can embrace the brand new artistic alternatives introduced by ProRes RAW.”
Introduced in February, the micro four-thirds Olympus OM-1 mirrorless digicam makes use of a backside-illuminated stacked MOS sensor and TruePic X Picture processor to seize as much as 120 frames per second 4K video in H.265 at 4:2:0 10-bit and hyper log gamma (HLG) internally.
The digicam additionally helps 8-bit H.264 and multi-frame price recording. Moreover, with help from the Ninja V/V+, the unit will be capable to output 12-bit ProRes RAW or use the OM-Log profile or HLG.
With five-axis picture stabilization, the OM-1 is able to compensating for as much as 7 stops of digicam shake, to maintain the consumer’s footage rock regular whereas the digicam is on the transfer.
Customers can squeeze out an extra cease from choose IS-enabled lenses. The OM-1 additionally has twin UHS-II SD card slots to seize as much as half-hour of recording time, relying on card dimension.
By means of the Atomos Ninja V or V+, customers can choose HLG or PQ/HDR10 for colour depth, and with its compact 5” design, the monitor-recorder and MFT digicam mixture makes a transportable platform for capturing video in run and gun conditions. Particularly when taking pictures handheld or mounted on a gimbal.
OM-1 Customers who want to reap the benefits of the Ninja V’s expanded capabilities might want to replace their firmware to v 1.1 to make the connection.