The Odyssey7Q is able to record more formats and signal types than any other recorder in the world. Included in the Odyssey7Q is Apple ProRes recording in HD/2K up to 60p and UHD/4K up to 30p. Also included is Uncompressed DPX video recording in HD/2K in 10/12-bit up to 60p.
The Odyssey RAW Bundle is an upgrade that allows recording of ARRIRAW (ALEXA), Canon Cinema RAW (C500) Sony FS RAW (FS7/FS700), POV RAW (IO Industries, Indiecam) and CION RAW (Available with upcoming firmware release). FS RAW and Canon Cinema RAW also feature the ability to convert RAW signals into virtually-lossless Apple ProRes video files. Canon RAW, ARRIRAW and POV RAW are each available for daily rental at $99/day. Additional recording formats will be added via firmware releases.
Odyssey7Q is capable of capturing 2K/HD up to 240fps for incredible slow-mo footage from camera systems such as the Sony FS700. See the Odyssey RAW Bundle page for more information.
With upcoming firmware releases Odyssey7Q+ and Odyssey7Q will be upgradeable to Dual-Stream recording of two simultaneous 1080p signals via dual SDI connections or a combination of HDMI and SDI.
Shortly after the Dual-Stream Record Option Upgrade is introduced we will be introducing a Multi-Stream Record Option Upgrade which will enable the recording of up to four simultaneous 1080p signals. Files will be recorded as Apple ProRes MOV files, including a live-switch file and an edit decision list (EDL) in an XML file. Both options will be available as paid upgrades through our online store.
The Odyssey7Q features a 7.7” OLED screen with 1280x800 resolution. The OLED display provides true blacks and accurate colors. A full complement of image analysis tools include a waveform (luma or RGB parade), a histogram (luma or RGB parade), zebra, programmable False Color, Pixel Zoom with finger drag, a three-mode Focus Assist and LUTs.
The included LUTs provide proper viewing of the LOG and RAW modes available from numerous popular cameras, with programmable LUTs coming in the future. These tools are controlled by the easy to use touchscreen interface and are available to view on the OLED or optionally on the SDI and HDMI video outputs of the Odyssey7Q.
View up to four HD video signals at once as a quad-split screen, or live-switch between inputs. Great for multi-camera shoots and live streaming.
All formats are available for immediate playback directly on the Odyssey7Q. Full deck controls or tablet-style touchscreen scrubbing through clips makes playback quick and easy. On ProRes files, clip markers are available to quickly pinpoint important material. Image Analysis Tools are also available in Play Mode.
Convergent Design has created an Odyssey LUT System resource page, with illustrations, links to articles and videos, the LUT Library and more.