Atomos Ninja V 4Kp60 10bit HDR Daylight Viewable 1000nit Portable Monitor/Recorder
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- 1,000 NIT, 5.2-inch 10-bit HDR monitor
- Just 1" thick
- Record up to 4Kp60 10-bit HDR video direct from camera or live stream over HDMI 2.0
Ninja V is a small form factor, 1 in. thick 5 in. monitor recorder that offers amazing features to DSLR/Cinema users.
Record up to 4Kp60 10-bit HDR video direct from your camera's sensor, over HDMI 2.0. Store edit-ready ProRes or DNxHR on affordable SSD drives and bypass your cameras internal compression and record time limits.
Record 4K HDR Gaming - Ninja V is a stand-alone system for 4k UHD, HDR and high frame rate capture that eliminates expensive, complicated and unreliable PC setups.
The stunningly bright 5.2-inch 10-bit HDR monitor has an astounding 1,000 nits of output. It’s a sleek 1” (2.5cm) aluminium body, is crafted for maximum durability, weighs in at just 11oz (320g), and attaches to any camera rig easily.
The Ninja screen displays a stunning 10+ stops of dynamic range in realtime from Log/ PQ/HLG signals. Clearly see your images in daylight on the near edge-to-edge anti-reflection screen. The display can be calibrated for perfect color accuracy every time, with playout to HDR or SDR TV sets.
4kp60 or HDp240 Game Recording just became fun and simple from any HDMI gaming unit. Place the Ninja V in-between your unit and the TV, and record for hours to off-the-shelf SSD drives. Auto HDR flags mean perfect TV set up every time! Show off your skills or check your game development on the most stunning video recorder ever built!
AtomOS gives simple tools for accurate set up and one-touch operation ensuring a great record each take. Recording isn't complete until checked. AtomOS gives speedy playback, slow motion and frame by frame analysis for instant review.
Any production large or small needs high quality viewing. Even if you aren’t recording, the Ninja V is the best monitor available today. Audio can be input directly from the camera digitally via HDMI, or fed in analogue via a stereo 3.5mm line/mic socket – especially useful for cameras that do not have a mic input.