Atomos has released the new firmware update AtomOS 10.67 for its compact 5" HDR monitor recorders Ninja V and Ninja V+. This update enables the capture of ProRes RAW using one of the two Atomos recorders in combination with the Sony FX9, Sony FX6, FujiFilm GFX100 or FujiFilm GFX100S to use the white balance and ISO/exposure offset camera metadata embedded in the shots in Apple&s Final Cut Pro and to manipulate them afterwards via slider.
So far, this has worked with cameras such as the Panasonic Lumix GH5S, Sony Alpha 7SIII, Sony Alpha 1, and Nikon Z 6II and Nikon Z 7II using previous AtomOS updates. According to Atomos, metadata support for ProRes RAW recordings is coming soon to Adobe&s Premiere Pro.
Atomos Ninja V
Also, the 10.67 update fixes an issue where the Ninja V&s recording would not restart if the Ninja lost and restored video input lock while recording H.265.
Atomos alerts users that the activation process has changed as of Atom OS version 10.61. The system now relies on downloadable token files from my.atomos.com. The process allows Ninja V/V+ owners to activate several free codecs (Apple ProRes RAW and Avid DNx) and also unlock other new features via paid activation keys. The exact activation process is described in the release notes of the 10.67 update.