ATOMOS Ninja V Monitor

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ATOMOS Ninja V Monitor

ATOMOS Ninja V Monitor

RRP: £99
Price: £9.9
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The other option is via the DC power supply lockable jack, letting you connect to an international power plug, a great option if you are working in a studio setup, with very little movement. Though built-in screens have improved over the years they still do not meet the need of seeing the images on demand, on location – avoiding disappointment when it comes to exporting and editing. Having video files written to the SSD not only provides the option of higher quality video files but can speed up post production workflow and editing speeds although normally at the cost of much bigger files and storage space. Ninja includes comprehensive monitoring tools to help you get the perfect composition and exposure in every shot.

It can also be used as a recording device for video streaming from devices such as your game console.

Improve your shots through accurate framing and check your exposure and focus on a clear, bright screen. Live Streaming is only available when using standard YCC 422 video inputs, and when the record codec is set to either ProRes or DNx. and above will be the only method to get updates for future ProRes RAW compatible cameras and general bug fixes. Ninja also allows you to record HDMI RAW inputs up to 6K at 30fps while simultaneously looping out standard YCC video via HDMI to non-RAW compatible devices. I’ve been using the AndyCine Lunchbox caddies which take M-Sata drives removed from 1TB Samsung T5 Drives.

AtomOS 11 unleashes the full potential Ninja with new firmware that optimizes memory management for greater responsiveness. Ninja can capture RAW HDMI inputs up to 6K at 30fps and simultaneously output a standard viewable video signal via HDMI for devices that don’t support RAW formats. The thought that has gone into creating the Pro Kit, takes all the benefits of the original Ninja V and amplifies them. Most conventional monitors can only display six or seven stops, which is great for standard images; but a log image looks too flat. Holdan showcased the latest technology with a striking Tech Lounge, a mocktail bar envisioned and created by our own Graphic Designer Jo Mohan, working alongside Design Consultant Martha Camarillo.For more information on the new features, improvements and known limitations, refer to the release notes for AtomOS 10. False colour – Both devices have the False Colour feature but again the Shinobi seems higher resolution with finer edge detail than the Ninja.



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