Atomos NINJA V: AtomOS 10.67.1 Released

Atmos released AtomOS 10.67.1 for the Ninja and you can Download it Here. Below are the changes:

New features
Sony FX9 (PXW-FX9), Sony FX6 (ILME-FX6V), FujiFilm GFX100 and FujiFilm GFX100S RAW Recording metadata:
• WB and ISO metadata support for FCP settings slider adjustments Fixes

• Resolved an issue where H.265 recordings on some inputs were interrupted after a momentary loss of video input lock, resulting in segregated files.
• Fixed an issue where the unit would not recommence recording if the Ninja dropped and regained video input lock while recording H.265

Known Limitations
• Recording 4K inputs at 59.94/60p with H.265 is currently only supported in HQ modes. LQ and MQ will be made available in a future firmware release. To use MQ or LQ modes, please change the resolution and frame rate to 4Kp50 or below.

The following video signals from the DC-GH5S are unsupported on the Ninja V for ProRes, DNx and H.265 modes:
• C4K 8bit 150M 60p,
• C4K 8bit 150M 50p,
• 4K 8bit 150M 50p.

These will be supported in a future firmware update. To work around this please select a 10-bit video mode on the camera instead.

• In some cases, the Ninja V may not lock to a RAW video signal from the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III for ProRes RAW, when the Ninja V is switched between playback and record modes.
• Ninja V may not recommence recording automatically when momentarily losing video signal lock from the Sony Alpha 7SIII or Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III due to a faulty cable connection.
• Non-RAW Dual Link SDI video cannot be monitored when in ProRes RAW mode. To monitor and record Dual Link SDI modes please use either ProRes or DNx modes.
• In some cases, dual link video from the Panasonic Varicam LT may not lock when switching from single link video mode. Please reboot the Ninja V if this occurs.

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