Atomos has released a new firmware update 10.67 for their Ninja V and Ninja V+ HDR monitor recorders improving Sony FX6 and FX9 raw workflow.
In the latest update, Atomos provides support for White Balance and ISO slider adjustments in Final Cut Pro for ProRes RAW footage from the above mentioned Sony cameras in addition to the Fuji GFX100 and GFX100S medium format cameras.
When connected to the Ninja V recorder, the Fujifilm GFX100/s can record 4K up to 30fps in ProRes RAW, while the Sony FX9 and FX6 go up to 4K/60p.
However, the newly released Ninja V+ equipped with the SDI expansion provided in the Pro Kit, supports 4K/120fps ProRes RAW from the Sony FX6 and FX9 cameras. You can read more about this functionality in our post here.
What’s new in AtomOS 10.67 for NinjaV/V+
RAW Recording metadata support:
- Gives ability to users to adjust White Balance and ISO metadata in Final Cut Pro via sliders for ProRes Raw shot with the following cameras:
- Sony FX9 and FX6
- Fujifilm GFX100 and Fuji GFX100S medium format
- Fixed bugs:
- Fixed an issue where the unit would not recommence recording if the Ninja dropped and regained video input lock while recording H.265
You can download the latest firmware update from Atomos’ support page here.
Head on over to Atomos’ website to explore ProRes RAW and their latest Ninja V+.