Atomos announced a new Shinobi 5″ 4K HDMI monitor



The brand new, "bright", "light", 5” 1920×1080 HDMI Atomos Shinobi monitor that was announced a few days ago is now in stock at Adorama, B&H and Amazon (price: $399).

A few days ago Nikon confirmed what they already announced back in January: Nikon will be the first company to offer true HDMI ProRes RAW 4k output with the Z6/Z7 mirrorless cameras.

Additional information on the new Shinobi monitor:

"The Shinobi supports a wide variety of color gamuts, popular log formats from ARRI, Canon, JVC, Panasonic, RED, and Sony, and supports up to 30 fps DCI or UHD 4K video. The monitor's AtomHDR technology enables you to view log gamma footage without applying a LUT or you can import a custom/3D LUTs via the Shinobi's SD card slot. Imaging features include 10.5 stops of latitude, focus peaking, false color, vectorscope and waveform functions, and anamorphic de-squeeze."

Key features:

  • 5-inch 10-bit HDR or SDR touchscreen display (1920×1080, 427ppi, 16×9)
  • 1000nit brightness
  • AtomOS 10 platform that includes focus, framing, and exposure monitoring tools
  • Multi-view “Analysis Mode”
  • Horizontal flip screen (for selfie mode), and vertical flip
  • 196g (7oz) weight
  • Compatible with cameras, smartphones, and other HDMI-enabled units
  • 4K 30p monitoring
  • Full-size SD card slot
  • 1000 cd/m² Brightness
  • AtomHDR Mode with 10-Stop Dynamic Range
  • Supports a Variety of Log Formats
  • Battery time (based on 7.4V):
    • Standby: 2600mAh – 3hrs, 5200mAh – 6hrs, 7800mAh – 12hrs
    • Monitor: 2600mAh – 1.5hrs, 5200mAh – 3hrs, 7800mAh – 6hrs

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