Los precios acaban de bajar en cocreto el codec a la mitad y los discos cerca del 30%, os pongo el anuncio de Dan M. Keaton de Convergent Design
I apologize for being away from this forum for a while. I have been preparing for this announcement, busy communicating with our dealers, and working with our team to improve our Odyssey7Q's user interface.
I feel that this a major announcement for us and for the FS700 community,
as we are making the Odyssey7Q even more attractive for use with the FS700 and many other cameras.
We want to support the FS700 community by making our FS700 Option as affordable as possible.
This included lowering the price of our SSD's.
Our FS700 Option is now called our Sony+ Option and includes support for many Sony Cameras as well as support for other camera brands and types.
(And of course, overall this helps us also, as we hope to sell more Odyssey7Q's.)
We have been listening to our customers and potential customers.
1. They asked us to make our Recording Options for the Odyssey7Q less confusing.
2. They asked us to lower the price of our SSD’s.
3. They asked us to make our Odyssey7Q + FS700 Recording Option more affordable.
We believe that we have met these challenges.
1. We have realigned our recording options along camera brands, to make them easier to understand.
Sony+ Option ........Sony FS700, F3, F23, F35, F950, HDC-1500, partial support for F5 and F55 and many other cameras.
Canon+ Option ......Canon C500, plus other cameras.
Weisscam Option ...IndieCam, Lux Media Plan, Weisscam, P&S Technik, IO Industries
ARRI+ Option .........ALEXA, ALEXA PLUS, ALEXA M, ALEXA STUDIO, etc. (T-Link Required)
Quad Option ...........Multi-Cam productions up to 1080p30, genlock not required
The + indicates that this option supports more than just the cameras listed, cameras of other brands
will be supported in certain modes.
Of course, each Recording Option requires that the camera be able to support the desired recording mode.
For example, 4K cannot be recorded from a camera that cannot output 4K.
Camera's must have a HD-SDI or HDMI output to work with the Odyssey7Q.
If a Camera cannot output the video stream, for a specific mode, over HD-SDI or HDMI, then the Odyssey7Q cannot work with that specific mode.
For the Sony F5, for example, in 4K mode, 4K is not output over HD-SDI or HDMI, thus we cannot work with it.
For the Sony F55, in 4K mode, 4K is output over four HD-SDI Single-Link streams, and the Odyssey7Q can accept the 4K.
2. We have lowered the price of the SSD’s while increasing their capacity.
Our 240 GB SSD is now 256 GB; was $595, now $395. (US Prices)
Our 480 GB SSD is now 512 GB; was $1,195, now $895.
These new SSD’s are faster, supporting a continuous write speed of 420 Megabytes per second (using uncompressible video data).
These new SSDs’ use far less power, thus generate less heat.
These new SSD’s include sophisticated power-failure protection for the safety of the data, as did our previous models.
The 960 GB SSD will no longer be offered.
3. We have significantly lowered the price for the Sony+ Option, thus making our FS700 support far more affordable.
One can now support most all of the Sony Cameras, F3, F23, F35, FS700 and others (with partial support of F5 and F55) for only $795.
This option, along with many other options, support cameras of many brands and types.
We call it the Sony+ Option since the main focus is Sony Cameras, especially the Sony FS700.
Due to the low price of $795, we no longer rent this option. All other Recording Options may be rented.
Previously, to support the F3 + FS700 required two options, at $1,495 each, for a total of $2,290;
now both are supported in only one option, the Sony+ Option, for only $795.
I feel that many FS700 owners will want the ability to record using the wonderful new modes that has has provided via a hardware/firmware upgrade: 4K and/or 2K Raw in 12-Bit Linear, at 240 fps continuously.
Our Odyssey7Q solution provides a 7.7” OLED Monitor with professional features,
plus the ability to record from the FS700 in 2K Raw, in 12-Bit Linear,
at 240 fps continuous, and record compressed 4K.
Recording 4K to a very popular compressed codec is important,
as this will allow many to record 4K on a practical basis,
without the burden of extremely large files.
Odyssey7Q .................................................. .$2,295 (US Prices)
+ Two 256 GB SSD’s .........................................$395 each
+ Sony+ Option (which includes FS700 support)......$795
+ USB 3.0 SSD interface ......................................$25
Our total is only $3,905 which now allows many FS700 users
the opportunity to more fully utilize the capabilities of their enhanced cameras.
Our team is working very hard to bring the Odyssey7Q to market, sometime in August 2013.
We do expect to have a backlog situation, as we expect the demand to exceed our manufacturing capability for at least the first month.
If you want an Odyssey7Q as soon as possible, please contact your local dealer. Many of our dealers have placed pre-orders with us.
Comentarte tambien que acaba de salir la actualizacion de la camara para que puedas grabar a 2k o 4k. Es toy a la espera de que me lo confirmen a traves de mi distrubuidor, si te adelanto que cuesta 500 dolares, aqui seguramene que 500€. Lo interesante de esta actualizacion es la curva s-log2, con lo que se gana practicamente 2 stop.
La opcion de sony pasa por el interfaz HXR-IFR5 y el grabador AXS-R5 RAW y las tarjetas AXSM. Ahora mismo no encuentro los precios, pero sobre casi 3000 mas caro mas o menos, con la unica diferencia que con la opcion de sony sacas 4kraw.
en cuanto al metabones speed boster no te entiendo. Pero lo recomiendo. Ganas un diafragma y conviertes la camara en fullframe. conbinandolos por ejemplo con opticas samyang cine o opticas pata negra canon...es brutal...esto lo hice el mes pasado en un par de horas. con un 70-200 de canon con duplicador 1,4, un 85 de samyang y tambien hay algun plano con el 18-200 de sony de serie
Si tienes alguna duda mas me dices