AtomOS 10 Explained By Atomos CEO, Jeromy Young
Thanks to you the Ninja V has been a huge hit so far. We are delighted with the amazing response it has had since we started shipping it a few weeks ago. With the new AtomOS 10 on the Ninja V there have been some significant changes in the way things we do things compared to our previous models – especially in the overall look and feel, the placement of buttons, and the way that AtomHDR works.
We have also made a new AtomOS update for Ninja V, available to download which we recommend for all users. AtomOS 10.01 contains the following fixes:
- Fixed a monitoring issue with some cameras where the areas of peak brightness in images would appear black on screen when viewing using selected 3D LUTs.
- Improved HDMI signal locking to prevent the input from dropping with some camera settings.
- Fixed an issue with audio delay where audio was corrupted at selected frame rates.
You can download it immediately from here