HDMI/SDI Recorder Evaluation - apertus° wiki
  • Atomos Ninja Blade
    • 5” 1280x720
    • HDMI max. 1080p30 10bit 4:2:2
    • $ 1000
  • Atomos Shogun
    • 7.1” 1920x1200
    • HDMI max. 1080p120 or 2160p30 10bit 4:2:2
    • $ 2000
  • Atomos Ninja Star
    • no screen
    • HDMI max. 1080p30 10bit 4:2:2
    • small and lightweight
    • CFast recording media
    • $ 300
  • Convergent Design Oddyssey 7Q+
    • 7.7” OLED 1280x800
    • requires custom SSD recording media (expensive but reliable)
    • HDMI Version 1.4a support, 8-bit/10-bit 422, up to 1080p60, up to 30 fps in Ultra-HD (3840 x 2160) and up to 24 fps in 4K (4096 x 2160)
    • $ 2,295
  • Blackmagic Hyperdeck Shuttle 2
    • no screen
    • requires laptop to control
    • record media doesn't lock properly
    • max. 1080p30 10 bit 4:2:2
    • $ 345
  • Cinemartin 4K Recorder + PC (prototype, 23.02.2015)
    • 6.7" touchscreen
    • you can plug a keyboard, mouse and a computer monitor and a video monitor
    • up to 4K p30, 4:2:2 at 8 or 10 bit (Models S and P)
    • up to 4K p60, 4:4:4 at 10 or 10 bit (Models G)
    • Internally uses Blackmagic cards, a firmware update is pending from Blackmagic to allow recording from the HDMI inputs from almost current cameras. Currently only works with HDMI to SDI adapter.
    • Expected 2.295€ - 2.995€ (Models S and P) and there isn't any information about the Model G.

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