Live: Atomos and Camera to Cloud Live: Atomos and Camera to Cloud

It’s been a while since Atomos built Camera to Cloud into their product lineup, introducing two new devices to market that allowed HDMI users to connect to through the Atomos Cloud experience: the Ninja V/V+ CONNECT and the 7“ Shogun CONNECT. But—as you’d expect from a company that prides itself on building innovative solution for its customers—it hasn’t stopped there. cinematographer Alissa Rooney using an Atomos Ninja V with Atomos Connect on a Sony A7 IV. cinematographer Alissa Rooney using an Atomos Ninja V with Atomos Connect on a Sony A7 IV.

Shortly after the first launch, the Zato CONNECT and Atomos CONNECT were introduced, incorporating new advances in network technology, and lifting the bar for Camera to Cloud even higher. And the response to this shift in how we connect and use our video cameras has been exceptional. As Atomos’ Paul Scurrell puts it, “We knew we were onto something massive…but what we didn’t anticipate was how quickly people would embrace it.”

Join Shawn McDaniel as he talks to Paul about the evolution of these devices, followed by some amazing insights from the creative professionals who are using these products and workflows out in the field. Victor Laforteza, Graham Sheldon, and Dru Williams all offer their personal experiences from a wide range of professional roles, objectives, and locations.

Also, stick around for the special announcement from Paul at the 46-minute mark. He has some product information news that will be of interest to anyone looking to accelerate their Atomos x Camera to Cloud workflows! There’s also a Q&A panel at the 54-minute mark, with some great questions from existing and potential C2C users.

Our thanks, as always, to Paul Scurrell for giving us such a close look at Atomos’ new gear. And of course to our video creatives, Victor Laforteza, Graham Sheldon, and Dru Williams, who were so generous in sharing their experiences of using Atomos products and C2C workflows to transform their video productions.

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Thank you to Laurence Grayson for contributing this article.

After a career spanning [mumble] years and roles that include creative lead, video producer, tech journalist, designer, and envelope stuffer, Laurence is now the managing editor for Insider. This has made him enormously happy, but he's British, so it's very hard to tell.

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