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It’s not quite the most expensive purchase on the Apple App Store, but the new Red Control Pro app still costs a whopping £450/$500. This gives advanced control over the Komodo and V-Raptor. The Pro app offers native iPad support, multicamera control, FTP file access and advanced settings for LUTs, among other functions. It has also been completely redesigned for larger computer screens and monitoring live streams from several devices simultaneously. The app can be installed as a native version on MacOS, which includes even more options such as clip auto- download and detachable or resizeable windows. APPY SHOPPER!

Fujifilm and Red go camera to cloud direct

based Raw workflows. It means high- budget productions can deliver original camera files directly to the post house, and virtual productions can send directly to the VFX house while footage is being shot. And it means Raw video and audio files can be synced, colour corrected and transcoded in the cloud via’s integration with Colorfront. The footage will be packed full of metadata in order to simplify workflows, since it includes information such as a custom LUT and a WAV audio file. It will be possible to shoot in 8K Raw with a frame-accurate ProRes proxy. Then upload the Raw, the proxy or both for instant use remotely. The announcement was part of the Adobe Max conference in LA, where Apple also revealed that its new iPad Pro will be able to run DaVinci Resolve and record in ProRes from its internal camera.

Fujifilm’s X-H2S and Red’s V-Raptor will soon have built-in camera-to-cloud integration with Adobe software. The X-H2S will be the first digital stills camera to natively integrate with Camera to Cloud, but only when paired with the FT-XH File Transmitter handgrip, which is needed to make an internet connection. It will upload both ProRes and proxy video files to, so editing can begin immediately without ever having to remove a card from the device. The firmware update is due in spring. Red’s V-Raptor cameras have been camera-to-cloud enabled through use of the Teradek Cube 655 unit. With this new innovation available in late 2022, the cameras will be able to upload 8K Redcode Raw files directly to the cloud without any extras needed. This requires access to high-bandwidth wireless or Ethernet networking, but it’s the next step toward the future of cloud-

LARGE-SENSOR STUDIO CAM The new AK-PLV100GJ 4K has a Super 35 5.7K MOS sensor and PL lens mount inherited from the Varicam cine camera, as Panasonic brings the shallow depth-of-field look to its studio cameras. It’s designed for IP-based workflows and features SMPTE ST 2110 compatibility to allow an easier connection to the Kairos streaming platform. IP-based live production is possible with just the device, doing away with the need for complicated systems. It can also output 12G-SDI signals directly, for maximum flexibility. No price has yet been announced.

NIKON AIMS TO SINK VIDEO PIRATES Nikon showcased the Z 9 full-frame mirrorless at the Adobe Max event, highlighting a security feature created in collaboration with the Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI), to counter plagiarism and copyright infringement. The CAI is leading a global effort to promote

issues. Nikon is the first camera manufacturer to join the CAI and C2PA (Coalition for Content Provenance and Authenticity) in protecting the rights of content creators. By attaching information to include photographic provenance at the source, Nikon is hoping to help tackle unauthorised use.

the adoption of secure attribution data for digital content to tackle the rise of copyright



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