Atomos Ninja V Pro+ VS Shinobi 7 | Monitor SHOOTOUT!
George Cameras creates excellent videos on the latest and greatest in video production technology. Recently, they created an excellent video talking about some of the newest monitors and products from Atomos.
Check out this video from our friends over at Georges Cameras as they compare the key features and differences between the Ninja V+ Pro Kit and the Shinobi 7.
"In our latest Georges Cameras TV videos, Nathan demonstrates the pro-grade capabilities of the Atomos Shinobi 7 and Ninja V+ Pro Kit. Atomos has just released the latest generation of the Shinobi series with the Shinobi 7 - a 7" HDR monitor capable of monitoring 4K 60p signal. The team at Atomos haven't stopped there as they've also released the Ninja V+ Pro Kit - a dream combo of the highly acclaimed Ninja V+ 8K HDMI Recording Monitor monitor and AtomX SDI Module.
Atomos monitors are all about the size, viewability and functionality of the screen. Fortunately, the Atomos Shinobi 7" 4K HDMI/SDI monitor hits all those marks and much more. The standout feature of the Shinobi 7" is that big, bright, gorgeous high-resolution screen. It's a whopping 7" on-camera monitor with a stunning 1920 x 1200 10-bit FRC IPS display. The display pumps out 2200 cd/m² of image brightness, allowing you to shoot in any lighting conditions.
The camera mounted Atomos Shinobi 7" 4K HDMI/SDI is a cinematographer's best asset. The team at Atomos have evolved the Shinobi series of monitors to deliver this 7" model. It features G-SDI input and loop output up to 2K60, HDMI 2.0 input and loop output up to 4K60. What's more, it boasts a camera control port and the ability to hot-swap batteries via the dual L-series battery slots.
The Atomos Ninja V+ Pro Kit is much more than just a recording monitor. It's a serious cinematography kit that delivers the very best of Atomos technology and design. The Atomos Ninja V+ 8K HDMI/SDI Pro Kit comprises two core units - the Atomos Ninja V+ 5" Recording Monitor and the AtomX SDI Module. Together, they provide an essential tool for monitoring and recording up to 8K video capture at 30 and 4K at 120 Pro Rest Raw.
In a nutshell, the Atomos Ninja V+ 8K HDMI recording monitor records Apple ProRes Raw up to a staggering 8K30 or DCI 4K120. Built with an alloy chassis, the monitor features a 5.2" HDR display that employs AtomHDR to display ten stops of dynamic range from a log gamma. The 10-bit display pumps out 1000 cd/m² brightness for daylight viewing and has a 1920 x 1080 resolution. What's more, it plays back 8K RAW video to and from SSDs. The AtomX SDI Module features two 12G-SDI Ports to monitor HDMI output, allowing three simultaneous outputs.
Anyone that is setting up a kit for serious videography needs an Atomos monitor. The Atomos Shinobi 7" 4K HDMI/SDI monitor ticks all the boxes for those needing a large, 4K monitor to view their's cameras output. On the other hand, if you need a pro-grade recording monitor with both HDMI and SDI output, take a look at the Atomos Ninja V+ Pro Kit."
Check out the video on YouTube HERE.
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