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  1. Still no support/compatibility with Angelbird's 4TB CFexpress card (at least on the R3). Ridiculous.
  2. Desperate here, as I can't find answers to this anywhere else. I can't get the R3 to format the Angelbird 4TB Cfexpress Type B card. Both camera and card are brand new. Canon support believes it should be compatible. Angelbird believes it is not and it's only approved/tested for the Nikon Z9. There are posts on the B&H product page for this card that indicate it works with other cameras (R5C and the GH6). Does anyone else out there have this combination of card and camera (or any Canon camera with Cfexpress type B) and did you get it to work? ~ Frustrated
  3. Does anyone with a Ninja V and a GH5s have this same issue? DCI 4k 60p output records (ProRes HQ) with a vertical pink line on the right side of the screen. This has been an issue for a while with the Inferno and there doesn't look like there is going to be a fix from Atomos (despite them saying it would come in the next firmware update - many months ago). I'm using their ultra expensive HDMI cable. Everything records fine (no stuttering), but the pink vertical line on the right side of the image just doesn't appeal to me. I'm just curious if the problem is also present on the new Ninja V. Come on Atomos fix this (yes, they are aware of it).
  4. Does anyone with a Ninja V and a GH5s have this same issue? DCI 4k 60p output with a vertical pink line on the right side of the screen which is recorded into the footage. This has been an issue for a while with the Ninja Inferno and there doesn't look like there is going to be a fix from Atomos (despite them saying it would come in the next firmware update - many months ago). I'm using their ultra expensive HDMI cable.
  5. Just an update to the red/pink vertical line issue (on far right side of screen). I just updated to latest firmware on the GH5s (version 1.2). There is still no update to the Inferno firmware (still on v8.5). The issue is still alive and well in C4k 60p only. Now I'm getting a little annoyed that this hasn't been fixed. I was told by Atomos there would be a fix coming in the next firmware. I'm now wondering if there will ever be another firmware update to the Inferno. The only thing that might be delaying it is they were waiting to test it against the latest GH5s firmware (just came out yesterday).
  6. Did you get the red/pink-ish vertical line on the far right side of the screen (when recording in DCI C4K 60p 10bit 4:2:2)? Atomos acknowledged it as an issue on their end and confirmed with me that it should be fixed in the next firmware update. I'm just curious if anyone else sees it.
  7. Quickly heard back from Atomos customer support: "We have been made aware of this vertical red line and now that the camera has been updated, we can get a fix out for this little bug. I am guessing it will be in the next firmware update for the Shogun Inferno and the Ninja Inferno."
  8. Unfortunately I found another issue when recording in DCI C4K 60p 10bit 4:2:2 to the Inferno. No stuttering, but I now get a red vertical line on the far right side of the recorded image. This doesn't happen in the other frame rates (30 & 24) in DCI C4K. Anyone else experience this? I'm going to contact Atomos.
  9. FIXED!! ? I just updated the firmware (v1.1) on my GH5s and tested it. Smooth output via HDMI to the Atomos Inferno for DCI 4k at 60fps 10bit 4:2:2. Nice Panasonic. They didn't even take credit for the fix in their firmware documentation. I guess they didn't want to admit to that one, but really Panasonic does work hard at trying to fix issues. Happy customer.
  10. Nothing yet, but there is a new firmware that will be released tomorrow for both the GH5 and GH5s; however I have read the list of updates and there is no mention of a fix for this issue. Atomos recently came out with an update (AtomOS v8.5). I updated my Inferno and tested, still the same issue. Again, I still think it's probably on the Panasonic side of things. Crossing my fingers that the new firmware update tomorrow solves the issue.
  11. Just FYI, I tried using a Belkin HDMI 2.1 cable (about the only legitamate 2.1 cable I can find). Still the same issue. I think Panasonic needs to fix this and release a firmware update, but they may not care unless more people complain ... and really what large volume of society is frustrated that they can't shoot in Cinema 4k 10bit 4:2:2 at 60fps? What .. all 4 of us in the world (I hope more than that :)) I just don't like it when a feature that I paid lots of money for (between two companies) doesn't work. Anyways, I did receive this from Atomos support: "We have received reports of this happening and have notified the development team about this issue. They are working with Panasonic to get this resolved. Hopefully we will have an update soon."
  12. Having this same issue (glad it wasn't just me). At first I thought it was the HDMI cable I was using, but I switched back to the expensive Atomos cable (HDMI 2.0a/18Gbps) and same thing, stuttering/dropped frame output and recording .... ONLY when using 10bit 4:2:2 C4k 60p HDMI Output. I tested and concur with this: "DCI 4k 60fps 8bit HDMI output works OK. DCI 4k 30fps 10bit HDMI output works OK. UHD 4k 60fps 10bit HDMI output works OK" The GH5s is supposed to be capable of 10bit 422 C4k 60p output via HDMI (I verified with the official manual). I think it's an issue with the GH5s not the Atomos. It seems as though the GH5s is struggling to output the high volume of data. I hope there is a firmware fix. If anybody realizes a solution, please update this discussion. I will do the same if I find anything out.
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