Atomos and Canon have teamed up to offer an exciting enhancement to your Canon EOS R5 (B&H/Adorama/Amazon) camera and Atomos Ninja V+ monitor/recorder setup, with the latest firmware updates. By combining the Atomos AtomOS 10.68 update with the latest Canon EOS R5 firmware update, you will now be able to record external 8K ProRes RAW video from the R5 using the Ninja V+ via HDMI.
Raw recording on the R5 is usually limited to either 29 minutes, 59 second or by the thermal cut-off of the camera. Initiating recording from the Ninja V+ avoids the 29:59 limit and the reduced processor load inside the camera significantly lowers the risk of overheating.
As already rumored before, Canon may release a new firmware for EOS R5 (B&H/Adorama/Amazon) in next few months. One of the new features is Cinema RAW light option to 8K recording. Now according to Apple, it seems that 8K Cinema RAW Light coming to EOS R5 has been confirmed.
After Canon released 8K Canon EOS R5 (B&H Photo/Adorama/Amazon), we will also see 8K cinema EOS cameras in the near future. According to latest rumors, Canon is rumored to announce two new 8K cinema EOS cameras in 2021.
Australian film director Andrew Kaineder has shared first 8K and 4K sample footages shooting by new announced EOS R5 (B&H/Adorama/Amazon). You can watch these videos. Andrew K said he didn’t have any overheating issues in the cold weather in winter.
Canon today has officially announced the video specs of its forthcoming EOS R5 full-frame mirrorless camera. They include including internal Raw capture of its 8K/30p footage and full-width 4K at up to 120p with 10-bit 4:2:2 recording and full Dual Pixel AF in all modes.
At WWDC 2019, Canon shows off their unreleased 8K cinema EOS camera for 8K capture. This camera was used to capture 4:4:4 ProRes 8K RAW. As already rumored before, this camera could be upcoming Canon Cinema EOS C300 Mark III.