Atomos has been on a roll this previous week with the introduction of three new video merchandise forward of NAB 2019: the Shinobi SDI, Shogun 7 and AtomX SDI module. Beneath we have summarized the information of every product.

Shinobi SDI

The Atomos Shinobi SDI is a brand new, super-lightweight 5-inch 4K HDR monitor that gives HD-SDI and 4K HDMI connectivity. The monitor includes a compact, sturdy body that gives a 1000nit show with a pixel density of 427 pixels-per-inch (PPI) behind an anti-reflection, anti-fingerprint display screen. The monitor comes manufacturing unit calibrated with the choice to calibrate the display screen on-demand.

Atomos says this monitor was constructed as a way of addressing certainly one of its clients most-demanded merchandise, a stand-alone SDI monitor. The monitor operates on AtomOS 10 and presents quite a lot of options, together with focus peaking, 4:1 / 2:1 / 1:1 zoom, customizable zebras, false shade, body guides, broadcast markers and a collection of scope choices that embody waveform, RGB parade, vector scope and audio degree meters.

The Shinobi SDI weighs in at 226g / 7.8oz and is offered for pre-order at B&H for $499 USD and is predicted to ship on the finish of April 2019.

Shogun 7

Additionally new is the Atomos Shogun 7, a brand new seven-inch HDR monitor, recorder and switcher. The 1,500nit daylight-viewable show includes a new 1920 by 1200 panel with a 1,000,000:1 distinction ratio and 15+ stops of dynamic vary.

Atomos says the ‘display screen makes use of a novel mixture of superior LED and LCD applied sciences which collectively provide deeper, higher blacks than rival OLED screens, however with the a lot increased brightness and vivid shade efficiency of top-end LCDs.’

A brand new 360 zone backlight contained in the Shogun 7 is managed by the Dynamic AtomHDR engine that allows the panel to point out ultra-wide shade with 105% of the DCI-P3 colorspace lined. Atomos has additionally teamed up with Dolby to create Dolby Imaginative and prescient HDR ‘dwell,’ which makes it potential to seize HDR footage on the Shogun 7 and show it on an HDR-capable TV or monitor over HDMI.

On the recording entrance, the Shogun 7 can file video as much as 5.7K / 80p, 4K / 120p or 2K / 240p in RAW/Log or HLG/PQ over SDI/HDMI. Video is saved on to an AtomX SSDmini or comparable SATA SSD drives. Recording choices embody Apple ProRes RAW and ProRes, Avid DNx and Adobe CinemaDNG RAW codecs.

The Shogun 7 will also be used with an non-compulsory balanced XLR breakout cable that may file as much as 12 channels of 24/96 digital audio from HDMI or SDI connections. Monitoring of the audio may be performed utilizing the onboard 3.5mm headphone jack.

The Shogun 7 is offered for pre-order at B&H for $1,499 USD and is predicted to ship June 2019.

AtomX SDI module for Ninja V

The third and remaining product Atomos has introduced is the AtomX SDI module for Ninja V. As its title suggests, this add-on module provides the power to file and output video over 12G-SDI at as much as 4K / 60p.

Atomos says it has been one of many most-requested merchandise from video professionals across the globe. The module is roughly the dimensions of an NP-type battery and attaches to the rear of the Nija V through the modular enlargement port. It provides two user-configurable 12G-SDI connections and full-sized 75 Ohm BNC connectors.

Apple ProRes and Avid DNx file codecs are used when recording over single or dual-link SDI makes use of, and taking pictures is supported in Log, HLG and Rec.709 gammas.

The AtomX SDI module is offered for pre-order at B&H for $199 and is predicted to ship in Might 2019.

For extra data on all these merchandise and extra, head over to Atomos’ web site.

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