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  • Convergent Design Odyssey7Q+ Raw Recorder to Support Varicam LT Raw Format

    Earlier today, Convergent Design announced their flagship Odyssey7Q+ 4K RAW Recorder will support the Raw output on the new Panasonic Varicam LT. This is great news for cinematographers and productions requiring the highest level of digital cinema imagery for VFX and heavy colour grading work. The Varicam LT Raw will be included in the Odyssey7Q+ Raw bundle available to purchase directly from Convergent Design. Here at Visual Impact we can supply the Odyssey7Q+ 4K Raw Recorder, required media and accessories.

    11th February 2016
  • Panasonic Announces New Compact 4K Super 35 VariCam LT Cinema Camera

    Panasonic just announced a brand new Varicam LT - lightweight and more compact version of the Varicam 35. The new camera incorporates the same Super 35 4K sensor from the bigger Varicam 35, as well as the massive 14+ stops dynamic range and the unique dual-native ISO features on its bigger brethren. Estimated cost for the body only is around $18K.

    10th February 2016
  • AJA's New RovoCam is a 4K/UHD Security/Industrial Camera

    Announced earlier today at ISE 2016, RovoCam is AJA’s first compact block camera for industrial, corporate, security, ProAV and broadcast applications and quite the departure from the company's first camera - the AJA Cion - which targeted filmmakers and video producers with a Super 35 sensor and UHD ProRes recording on board. RovoCam’s HDBaseT interface supports control of 4K/UltraHD video, power, audio and RS-232 over a single Cat 5e/6 cable.

    9th February 2016
  • Sony F55 to Get 4K RAW at 120fps Upgrade Soon!

    It's coming. Get ready. Sony F55 is about to get a massive upgrade enabling it to shoot 4K RAW at 120 FPS with optional future accessory. The details of all this are slim at this stage, but we have a feeling that we'll all know everything about the upgrade sooner, rather than later.

    8th February 2016