Atomos has announced work on ProRes RAW support for the new Sony FX3 in conjunction with its Ninja V small 5" HDR 4K monitor and recorder. It should then be able to record the 16-bit RAW output of the FX3 at up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. Work is also underway to support Sony&s Alpha 1, whose RAW 4.3Kp60 signal will soon be recorded by the Ninja V as well.
Atomos Ninja V Recorder/Monitor
Owners of the FX3 and Atomos Ninja V will be able to read and use all camera settings for white balance and ISO/exposure offset via embedded metadata after importing the ProRes RAW material into Final Cut Pro (presumably soon Premiere Pro as well).
Sony&s FX3 is 99 percent Sony A7S III, with features added specifically for filmmakers. It has a highly dynamic BSI 4K full-frame sensor with giant sensors that can record - moving - up to 120p in 4K in various modes: Internal and external with up to 10-bit 4:2:2 4K UHD 60p as well as only external via USB-A additionally 4.2K 16-bit RAW.
For internal recording, both H.264 and H.265 variants are available in many All-I and LongGOP flavors. The card slot equipment is also identical, i.e. two SD slots that can alternatively accommodate CFast Express Type A cards. Even the battery is the same: a 16.4 Wh NP-FZ100 battery is included in both cases.
Here is our test of the Atomos Ninja V in interview setup as well as our current tests of the Sony FX3: Sony FX3 in practice: The "CINE - A7S III": Autofocus, ergonomics, skin tones, slow motion ... and www.slashcam.de/artikel/Test/Der-Sensor-der-Sony-FX3---Rolling-Shutter-und-Debayering.html and (The sensor of the Sony FX3 - rolling shutter and debayering).
Atomos Mac desktop control extension for Neon 17 and 24.
In addition, Atomos has released a Mac desktop control extension for its large Neon 17 and 24 HDR monitor recorders, which allows users to remotely control all functions wirelessly via Bluetooth from their Apple computer.
Atomos Neon 17 and 24