The News … 6th June 2019

All the news from the world of video and filmmaking for today. Featured are:

  • Atomos
  • BorisFX (Mocha)
  • Dx0
  • RØDE
  • Sony Broadcast (Venice)

Introducing Atomos Neon 8K

8K ProRes RAW is built for the blazing new Apple Mac Pro. To complete your 8K workflow, our future-proofed Neon series can be upgraded from 4K recording by attaching the new 8K Neon Master Control Unit. Our approach means you don’t have to buy an entirely new device each time there are new innovations in capture technology

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Mocha Pro 2019.5 Now Available

Mocha Pro 2019.5 is a major complimentary upgrade for current Mocha Pro 2019 owners featuring new workflows and time-saving tools. Download your free update

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RØDE Microphones has partnered with the award-winning film school Full Sail University

Entrants are invited to create a 3-minute trailer for an all-original movie concept (and a Behind-The-Scenes short film showcasing the use of a RØDE product) for the chance to win a life-changing prize: one of two scholarships to Full Sail University.

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Release of the Nik Collection 2 by Dx0

DxO, one of the most innovative companies in the photography and image editing industry, has announced the release of the Nik Collection 2 by DxO, a major upgrade to the famous plugin suite for Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, and Elements. After bringing the Nik Collection back to the market with the software’s first stable version with customer support in June 2018, DxO is expanding the plugin suite with over 40 new creative presets and high-resolution monitor support for Windows. In addition, the Nik Collection 2 now comes with DxO PhotoLab 2.3 ESSENTIAL Edition, DxO’s recently released advanced RAW photo editing software.

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Venice Ver 5.0 Firmware brings in 90fps at 6K 2.39:1

One of the key features the firmware update is adding to the camera is the ability to shoot at speeds of 90 fps at 6K 2.39:1 and 72fps at 6K 17:9, HD ProRes 4444. However, that is just the tip of the iceberg. There are a few more features as well. The VENICE’s slow-mo capture, the camera can capture three times the slow motion at 24p. That applies even in 6K.

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