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    #46
    I have a wild amount of Atomos recorders and all of them came with several drive caddies, so I have quite a collection at this point.

    The Atomos branded reader:
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    Charles Papert
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      #47
      Originally posted by DustinSchmidt View Post

      Yep, I can attest that I have successfully used those adapters as well for transferring off those little drives. Good product.
      +1 here. Been using something very similar for years. A fraction of the cost of the Atomos ones. I also have one that takes a 12v 2amp power supply that will power SATA spinning drives. Which I also use to power an external BD drive when required.

      Chris Young

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        #48
        Originally posted by CharlesPapert View Post

        If it helps anyone, these do the same thing as the Atomos reader at a fraction of the price (and smaller footprint too):

        USB 3.0
        https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...e?ie=UTF8&th=1

        USB-C
        https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

        Useful info, thanks!

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          #49
          Did anyone see that Atomos is offering a paid upgrade to AtomOS 11 to both the Ninja V and V+? Also, either upgrade enables both ProRes Raw and H265. It's not a bad way to spend $79, and it gets you El Zone exposure too. I'm so glad that I still have mine and just upgraded today. Though it does make me wonder what the reasoning would be to buy the 2023 Ninja or Ninja Ultra...
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