Friday, February 15, 2019

New Atomos Shinobi super bright HDR touchscreen monitor - available now for $399




Today, Atomos announced the Shonobi - which takes the great 1000 nit HDR touchscreen from the $695 Ninja V and turns it into a $399 5" monitor.

From Atomos:

  • When you’re shooting video on mirrorless cameras and DSLRs, the Shinobi gives you the perfect view and is packed with the latest features, but is small and light enough to take anywhere – weighing in at a mere 200g (7 oz).


  • Shinobi shares the same HDR 1920x1080 display and color processing found in the multi-award-winning Atomos Ninja V monitor/recorder. With a professional 1000nit brightness screen it can be seen clearly even in daylight.


  • It has an impressive pixel density of 427 PPI (pixels per inch) and is factory calibrated for color accuracy.

The Shinobi's "Atomos Analysis" view allows you to simultaneously see what you are shooting, view a waveform, histogram and vector scope.

You can even switch between different waveform, histogram and vector scope options 'on the fly', with a single touch.

Atomos Analysis Mode

Here's the Shinobi promo video from Kai Wong:


If you need a bright 5" monitor with HDR, a touchscreen and professional exposure control, Shinobi is shipping now.



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