The Atomos Shinobi is a light, bright 5" 1920x1080 HDMI monitor for $399
Atomos has released the Shinobi, a new super bright 5in 1920x1080 HDMI monitor designed with vloggers and photographers in mind.
The Atomos Shinobi weighs just 200g / 7oz thanks to its polycarbonate body and uses the same HDR display and color processing technology found in Atomos' popular Ninja V monitor/recorder. It features a 1000nit screen for easy viewing in bright situations, has a pixel density of 427PPI, and includes a headphone on the side of the device to add external recording, even if the camera being used doesn't have one built-in.
Atomos says the Shinobi comes color calibrated straight from the factory, but also includes calibration support using Atomos' free software and the X-rite i1Display Pro probe. It features a six-hour battery life on a single Sony NP-F750 battery, which is cleverly placed in the middle of the device to help keep it balanced on top of cameras.
The device features Atomos' AtomOS 10 touchscreen interface and all of the features that come with, including focus peaking, histogram, zebras, waveforms, guides, markers and magnification. There's even a mirrored option for vloggers who will have the monitor facing backwards on their device.
Despite having just a 1920x1080 display with 60fps support, the Shinobi's HDMI port can actually accept signals up to 4K (4096x2160) at 30fps. The screen displays 10+ stops of dynamic range when being used with Log or HLG HDR video and built-in gamma presets are included to match popular camera systems when shooting Log or HLG.
Up to eight LUTs can also be installed directly onto the Shinobi using its built-in memory, with the ability to add even more using the SD card slot. Once installed, the LUTs can be switched on-the-fly to compare one look to another.
The Atomos Shinobi is available now from B&H and authorized Atomos retailers for $399 USD.
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