NAB 2011: Field Recorder from Convergent Design, and Sound Devices[11:24 fri,15.April 2011 by blip]
Black Magic so attention technically with the hyper-deck shuttle pretty much most of what was presented in terms of recorder at this NAB, swept from the scene, because who would have expected, a record get uncompressed Full HD QuickTime up to 10 bit 4:2:2 via HDMI or SDI for a sensational $ 345 (plus costs for storage media of course). However, there were some other interesting Firsts in portable recorder, in addition to Atomos Samurai and http:/ / www.slashcam.de/news/single/Pre-NAB--Weiterer-Field-Recorder-mit-SSD--sideKick-8969.html (side kick) about these two devices, we still want to quickly follow up on now: Sound Devices launches for the first time two field recorder for recording video. They stand 10 bit QuickTime with ProRes 422 (or optional Avid DNxHD) compression to compact flash card or 2.5 "SSD, through HD-SDI or HDMI (PIX 240) or HDMI only (PIX 220). Both have a 12.7 cm (5 ") display with 800x480 pixels, and as expected, the audio section, its sophisticated quality (which is based on the 7-series of audio recorders; following features according to the manufacturer page): - Premium microphone preamps, on balanced XLR mic / line with selectable 48V phantom, limiters, high pass - -128 dBu input noise, 115 dB dynamic range A / D - Two pin-channel, line level balanced output on 5 - AES3 digital inputs 2 x 2 channels (PIX 240) XLR - Embedded audio on HDMI, 2 channels - Embedded audio on HD-SDI, 8 channels (PIX 240) - High output, low-noise headphone amp as list prices are $ 1,749 (Pix 220) or $ 2,895 (Pix 240) called . Whether the German, complete audio recording to specialized sales Ambient Recording device in its range, is still unclear. From another much higher price regions and for the high claim presented Convergent Design at NAB the Gemini 4:4:4 recorder, the video signals such as the Sony F3) completely uncompressed via HD-SDI recording (. It will most HD/2K 8/10-bit 4:2:2 formats in / 4:4:4 support (including single-link HD-SDI/3G or dual-link). The material is stored on two special Gemini 1.8 "SSDs (read / write 415 and 260 Mbytes / sec), also in sync (auto backup). S-Log support is implemented (programmable viewing LUTs). The inclusion of 1080p50 / 60 Material needed both disks, 4:4:4 is supported on 1080p23.98/24/25/29.97 and 2048x1080p23.98/24; DPX support is planned, as well as support for Avid NLE, Final Cut Pro, Premiere, Vegas and Edius. Also a synchronized recording of 3D is following a future firmware update is possible. In the development of both size and the power consumption taken to the failure of 8 to 15 watts according to low, so that the device does not run too hot should. A 12.7 cm (5 ") touch screen with 800x480 resolution 24-bit integrated. More technical data in this PDF. The recorder will (did) without SSDs cost $ 5,995 - if any change in the price a bit, now that Black Magic Whilst much simpler (no monitor, no 4:4:4, no dual SDI ..) but However uncompressed recording deck to the market, it is interesting to see.
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PIX 240 von Sound Devices
Gemini 4:4:4 von Convergent Design