ProResRaw Update For Shogun 7 and FX6

132778118_3883714468314721_5996857821174714787_o-600x400 ProResRaw Update For Shogun 7 and FX6Atomos have release a firmware update for the Shogun 7 to correctly implement raw recording from the FX6 at up to 60fps.

AtomOS 10.43 is a free update for the Shogun 7 that enables up to DCI 4Kp60 full-frame ProRes RAW recording from Sony’s FX6 camera!
 
Now available: Apple ProRes RAW recording support for Sony’s new FX6 professional camera with full-frame image sensor; which natively outputs RAW over SDI. This is all made possible with the Atomos Shogun 7 AtomOS 10.43 update which now allows users to record pristine ProRes RAW images at up to DCI 4Kp60. The resulting images have amazing detail and a high degree of latitude to utilize in post-production – optimal for HDR finishing or to give greater flexibility in SDR (Rec.709).
 
If you are a Shogun 7 user you can update your firmware here: https://bit.ly/2VTDUCz
For more information on this powerful combination head to: https://bit.ly/38u2QGX

6 thoughts on “ProResRaw Update For Shogun 7 and FX6”

  1. Getting a little concerned with all the chatter about the FX6. I invested in the FX 9 and this is what I am interested in and which peripherals work best with it. Yes, it’s good to know about the FX6, but it is strictly a B camera to me. Knowing about its inner workings is good but I will never buy one as I use the FX9 along with the A7Slll.
    I’m not knocking the FX 6 at all, it looks like a great camera but I’ve already invested in the FX9 and the new Sony dslr for slider use.

    1. The FX6 is the new kid on the block, so there will be a lot of discussion around it. The FX9 is a year old now and pretty much everything there is to talk about has already been discussed. That doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with it.

  2. Optimal for HDR finishing or to give greater flexibility in SDR (Rec.709).
    So recording in RAW in Slog3 is not possible? Forgive me if this is a dumb question?

    1. Raw is raw, it is not S-Log3. But in the edit suite the raw can be converted to S-Log3 or Rec-709 or whatever you need that fits with your workflow.

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