Atomos Unveils Two New Monitor/4K Recorders With HDR

With NAB just a few weeks away, Atomos took the opportunity to unveil two new monitor/recorder devices which will ship before the end of the month. These monitors will be replacing the company's previously popular Ninja Assassin and Shogun models and harness innovative new panel technology.

Atomos Ninja Flame/Shogun Flame Specs

  • 7″ 1920 x 1200 10-bit 325 PPI Monitor with HDR Technology
  • Brightness: 1500 nits
  • More rugged design
  • Records 4K up to 30p, 1080p up to 120fps
  • 10-bit DNxHD (from LB to HQX) and ProRes Codecs (LT to HQ)
  • Uses non-proprietary media, can take SSDs or HDDs using Atomos custom housing
  • Record RAW with Sony FS700/FS7 and Canon C500/C300MKII (coming in a firmware update)
  • Audio: 2ch balanced XLR analog in/out, 48V Phantom Mic Power
  • Power input moved to rear, New D-Tap to DC cable
  • Dual battery design allows hot-swapping, NP series batteries, 10 – 24W operating power
  • Battery Life: 5200mAh – up to 1.5hrs (monitor & record 4K), 7800mAh – up to 2.2hrs (monitor & record 4K)
  • 10-bit processing — 1.07 billion colors vs. 16.7 million of traditional 8-bit panels
  • 1 x 3G/6G/12G SDI Input and 1 x 3G/6G/12G SDI Output (Shogun only)
  • 1 x HDMI 1.4b Input and 1 x HDMI 1.4b Output (Both models)
  • 1 x Genlock
  • Weight with batteries and media: 1094g / 38.6oz
  • Price: Shogun – $1,700 and Flame – $1,300
  • Shogun Flame has yellow bumpers & Ninja Flame has red bumpers
Atomos states the new models will begin shipping on March 28th and pre-orders are currently available through B&H.
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