Saturday Nov 16, 2019

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Atomos Sumo Update: Asynchronous

Live Multicam Switching

At the Inter BEE show in Tokyo this week, Atomos announced a major update for the Sumo 19 - asynchronous multicam…
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By Andrew Collings
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At the Inter BEE show in Tokyo this week, Atomos announced a major update for the Sumo 19 - asynchronous multicam switching. Atomos has been creating high-quality external recorders for some time now, and the Sumo is their largest and most powerful unit to date. 'Save space by replacing several boxes in your rack with a single Sumo19,' brags the Atomos website.

On the audio front, it features two balanced XLR inputs, with full 48v phantom power and dedicated gain controls. So What New? So with this latest Sumo update, Atomos has set their sights on removing one more step between your cameras and your recorder. One common practice is to hold a drifting feed in a small buffer until it falls back into sync. But however it works, the Sumo will also record an XML file alongside the ISO….

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