Atomos have announced their latest professional recording solution – the Ninja Assassin. The Ninja Assassin offers 4k/HD recording, 7” 1920x1080 monitoring, advanced playback and editing in a compact, lightweight and affordable add on to DSLR, mirrorless and video cameras.
I have a JVC EVERIO CAMCORDER (Model GZ-MG620SEK) and a TOSHIBA HDD & DVD / VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER (Model RDXV60KB). I need a 4 pin DV cable with a 3.5 stereo jack at the other end, but can only seem to find a 4 pin/4 pin or 4 pin/6 pin DV cable.
Hi, I've been looking for an HD recorder in reasonable price range. Just few years ago in SD times there were many devices where you could just plug signal in and record whatever you whanted. Today I can't find any device with hdmi or sdi input to record HD signal. Datavideo and Blackmagic desing makes professional hdd hd recorders but prices are to high for me. Does anyone know about some product with capability to record HD? I don't mean set-top boxes which records MPEG from antena I need plug my own signal in. (HDMI, SDI or Composite). Thanks
I've got a very lightly used Focus FS-5 DTE recorder that has recently gone bad on me. Focus wants a flat $395 + shipping both ways to repair it. This probably wouldn't be an issue, except that this is the second time the unit has needed repair. At that time it was ONLY $195.
So now I'm faced with the question of whether to repair the thing and take a chance that it'll give me better service or just scrub it and get something more reliable. Are these things just prone to failure or did I get a lemon?
I own two shotgun mics, an AT-897 and a Rode NTG-2, and I'm having the same problem with each (which makes me think that what I'm experiencing is not a "problem" and is completely normal). Here's the situation: When I have one of the mics connected to a Zoom H4N audio recorder, I have to have the recording levels all the way up (to level 100). With the levels all the way up, I have to be just 6-inches directly in front of the mic to be able to talk in a normal voice volume and register -12db on the Zoom (in an otherwise silent room).
I work for a multi-media production company and we are using a Pioneer PRV-LX1 DVD Recorder to record various sources on the fly and in real time. Now, this is an industrial DVD recorder and while it doesn't have a whole lot of features compared to maybe a home unit, it does do some different things & has worked flawlessly. However, is there any way of deleting a recording from a DVD-R so it won't be readable (or show up in the menu) when the disk is finalized.