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    Hyperdeck Shuttle 2.0 - Another External Recorder Option
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    Blackmagic Design announced today Hyperdeck Shuttle 2. Main feature here is DNxHD 220 10 bit. Unit has 3G HD-SDI in/out. And price is still $345. This answers the concerns of the first unit which recorded only uncompressed. I have not confirmed this but I believe it will record to MXF for direct import into Avid. That's at least how it is handled for the Hyperdeck Studio


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    It's the same unit (Hyperdeck Shuttle)- just new firmware. If you already have Shuttle just update firmware and you have Shuttle 2 and DNxHD recording.
    BM press release is bit confusing


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    Quote Originally Posted by kolak View Post
    It's the same unit (Hyperdeck Shuttle)- just new firmware. If you already have Shuttle just update firmware and you have Shuttle 2 and DNxHD recording.
    BM press release is bit confusing
    Not exactly. I just went to update our original HyperDeck Shuttle and ran into the following in the manual:

    Can My HyperDeck Shuttle Record to a Compressed Format?
    The original HyperDeck Shuttle exclusively records in an uncompressed recording format. The HyperDeckShuttle 2 can record to uncompressed and compressed recording formats. To check if you have a HyperDeckShuttle 2, connect the HyperDeck unit via USB and then launch the latest version of the HyperDeck utility.The title bar of the HyperDeck Utility will report either HyperDeck Shuttle 2 or HyperDeck Shuttle. If itreports a HyperDeck Shuttle 2, then the menu options to set the recording format should also be available.These options will remain grayed out and unavailable with the original HyperDeck Shuttle.



    Still, we're completely stoked on the new HyperDeck Shuttle 2. I have tested the DNxHD on the HyperDeck Studio and it works great. At $345 this is an awesome price. Don't forget that the Hyperdeck Shuttle is also an HDMI to HD-SDI converter as well as a HD-SDI to HMDI converter - so you get a recorder for free
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    Thanks for that clarification


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    That's a big improvement. Still no 1/4" mounting hole?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke M. View Post
    That's a big improvement. Still no 1/4" mounting hole?
    According to the press release, "For direct camera mounting, HyperDeck Shuttle Mounting Plate can be added to provide multiple pre drilled 1/4” and 3/8” mounting holes. "
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    if only it had cineform :/


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    Quote Originally Posted by wannabeapilot View Post
    if only it had cineform :/
    Or ProRes. I can't use the native Avid files in CS5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by powervideo View Post
    Or ProRes. I can't use the native Avid files in CS5.
    Yes you can..

    http://avid.custkb.com/avid/app/self...p?DocId=423319



    And regarding the mounting plate...it's f###### $95!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil1076 View Post
    Yes you can..

    http://avid.custkb.com/avid/app/self...p?DocId=423319



    And regarding the mounting plate...it's f###### $95!
    Yea but if you think of the whole thing as $450 it's still by far the cheapest recorder.


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