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Atomos Ninja / Samurai / Shogun
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Old February 3rd, 2012, 03:16 PM   #1
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Atomos Samurai (or ninja)

Hi,

we have 2 ATOMOS Samurai. One works with Intel recommended

Today, recording with no problem with OCZ 120 GB Vertex3 Max IOPS (ProResHQ).

I have read that sometimes OCZ don't works. Is that right ? What were the problems ?

I plan to buy 2x240 GB SSDs for a documentary use (4 to 6 hours footage /day) in ProRes422.

Who uses 240GB SSD ? Which one ? Who use OCZ ?

Thanks for your answers.

William.
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Old February 7th, 2012, 11:29 AM   #2
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I have been having great success using the recommended Intel SSDSA2CW160G310. Never had an issue so far. Have used them with the ninja on 7 national tv spots so far. I feel very comfortable with this combo!
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