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AJA Ki Pro Ultra Plus Now Available

AJA said its Ki Pro Ultra Plus, a multi-channel Apple ProRes recorder, is now available for purchase.

AJA said the Ki Pro Ultra Plus offers up to four-channels of simultaneous HD recording or in single-channel mode for 4K/UltraHD/2K/HD Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD MXF recording.

The device supports the latest connectivity including 3G-SDI, fiber and HDMI 2.0, as well as large raster high frame rate workflows, including 4K 60p.

Designed to be both portable with a built-in carry handle or rack-mountable with half rack wide 2RU high dimensions, the Ki Pro Ultra Plus suits a wide range of production and post environments.

The device enables manageable large raster workflows with the efficiencies of Apple ProRes, supporting a broad range of video formats and frame rates recorded directly to AJA’s Pak Media, offering the lowest cost per GB available.

Next generation pristine 4K/UltraHD 50/60p recording in Apple ProRes HQ is offered utilizing Pak media, complete with full rollover capabilities from drive to drive. This ensures long recording times for the most demanding projects.

Smooth slow motion playback can be obtained easily with full control via the RS-422 serial connection or through the simple and intuitive on unit menu system and through the Ki Pro Ultra Plus’ web interface.

The price of the Ki Pro Ultra Plus is $3,995. Pak SSD media storage is priced at $495, a Pak Dock is $295 and a Pak-Adapt-eSATA is priced at $99.

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