Atomos introduces Ninja V and gives insight to Apple ProRes RAW.
The Ninja V is a portable 5-inch 4K 100bit HDR 1000 nit monitor and recorder. It allows you to record up to 4Kp60 direct from your camera's sensor over HDMI 2.0. Edit-ready ProRes and DNxHR files are recorded on SSD drives—a new system dubbed AtomX SSDmini.
According to Atomos, "At 7mm high and 80mm long, the new AtomX SSDmini is 20% shorter than traditional SSDs, but keeps the SATA III connector, and is backward compatible with previous Atomos drives with the help of our clever extension handle."
The Ninja screen displays 10+ stops of dynamic range in real-time from Log/ PQ/HLG signals. Its images can be seen in daylight on the near edge-to-edge anti-reflection screen and are calibrated for perfect color accuracy with playout to HDR or SDR TV sets.
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