AJA Ki Pro Quad 4K & 2K Recording

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Ki Pro Quad Delivers Future-Proof Recording, Making 4K Workflows Efficient, Affordable and Portable.

Las Vegas, NV, NAB Conference, Booth SL3305 (April 16, 2012)-AJA Video Systems announced Ki Pro Quad, a new solid-state portable video recorder at NAB Show 2012. Ki Pro Quad is capable of capturing high-quality edit-ready files in formats including 4K (4096 x 2160), Quad HD (3840 x 2160), 2K (2048 x 1080), and HD (1920 x 1080), for the fastest path from camera-to-editorial with 10-bit 4:4:4 and 10-bit 4:2:2 color support.

 

Ki Pro Quad Overview:

  • 4K/Quad HD/2K/HD Solid State Video Recorder
  • Supports 10-bit 4:4:4 and 10-bit 4:2:2
  • RAW support
    • Debayer and ProRes encode to on-board SSD
    • Realtime pass-through of RAW data via Thunderbolt
  • Uncompressed and debayered 4K monitoring output
  • Dedicated HD monitoring via SDI and HDMI
  • Record to edit-friendly 4K, 2K, or HD ProRes files on removable SSD media
  • Offload ProRes files to your non-linear edit system via AJA Thunderbolt SSD reader

Ki Pro Quad Workflow:

  • Camera outputs 4K RAW over SDI
  • Ki Pro Quad accepts 4K RAW over SDI
  • Ki Pro Quad performs debayer processing of RAW
  • Debayered image is used for on-board compressed recordings to SSD media
  • Debayered image is used for 4K monitoring output
  • Debayered image is used for scaled/cropped HD monitoring via SDI and HDMI
  • RAW signal is passed from camera to Ki Pro Quad and out via Thunderbolt to computer/storage
  • Further manipulation of RAW is made possible via Canon software tools
  • HD, 2K, and 4K compressed recordings made to SSD media may be used directly in popular non-linear editors

Ki Pro Quad will be available later in 2012 through AJA’s worldwide network of resellers for an MSRP of $3,995 US. For a complete set of features and technical specifications, please visit www.aja.com.

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1 comment on this post

  1. Nat j says:

    Seems a bit useless if it’s not actually recording the raw files only passing them through. Doesn’t that throw away most of the benifit of shooting in raw??

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