August 18, 2011, 03:20 PM
Melbourne, Australia – 18 August 2011: Atomos, the maker of the most complete and affordable portable devices for recording to the Apple ProRes codec, is excited to announce integration of its Ninja and soon-to-be-released Samurai field recorders with Final Cut Pro X. Both the HDMI-equipped Ninja and the HD-SDI Samurai can record up to 8 hours of pristine ProRes video onto a single HDD.
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