Blackmagic Design has just released the successor to the HyperDeck Shuttle, the aptly named HyperDeck Shuttle 2. Identical in almost every way, the big news is that in addition to uncompressed recording, the HyperDeck Shuttle 2 can now also record DNxHD 220x (220Mbit/s, 10-bit). You will need to use a computer with the Blackmagic HyperDeck Utility to switch between uncompressed recording and DNxHD, but at $345, the Hyperdeck Shuttle 2 is certainly the least expensive external recorder on the market today. If you own a Shuttle 2, you can download the firmware to unlock DNxHD recording capabilities for Mac OSX or for Windows. Sadly, the update will not unlock DNxHD recording on the original HyperDeck Shuttle.