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The Atomos Ninja V 5" 4K HDMI Portable Monitor and Recorder is a compact on-camera monitor/recorder that allows you to records and plays back DCI 4K, UHD 4K, and HD video from purpose-built mini-SSDs. The Ninja V features a 1000nit high bright HDR monitor/recorder with unrivaled advanced features. It has a sleek modern design, which makes it ideal for mirrorless cameras, DSLRs, and gaming devices.
Ninja V features:
Atomos Ninja V has an edge-to-edge high bright 5.2-inch screen, it produces a stunning 1000nits of output coupled with an anti-reflection finish - allowing users to clearly their footage in daylight. Ninja V uses the color-accurate display with AtomHDR to see in High Dynamic Range, or load creative LUTs at the touch of a button which critical for monitoring tools. Ninja V features histogram, false color, peaking, movable 1-1 and 2-1 pixel magnification, waveform, RGB parade, Vectorscope, 8ch audio level meters and more.
Atomos Ninja V can record up to 4Kp60 10-bit video over HDMI 2.0 in edit-ready Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHR, it recorder uses SSD drives. The Ninja V's sleek 1" (2.5cm) deep aluminium body is crafted for maximum portability and durability, stealthily attaching to any camera.
Ninja V uses AtomHDR engine ensures perfect exposures when shooting HDR. It delivers a stunning 10+ stops of dynamic range to the LCD in real-time from Log/ PQ/HLG camera signals. Playout Log as PQ or HLG to a larger HDR-compatible screen. The display can be calibrated to maintain perfect color accuracy over time.
Record direct from your camera's sensor and bypass the internal compression quality and recording time limits. It runs from a single Sony-type battery for hours. The new compact AtomX Drive SSD offer robust affordable storage. Available from Angelbird, G-Technology and now also Sony Storage Media, who join as our newest licensed drive partner. Ninja V also works with Master Caddy II.
Atomos HDMI control protocols allow recording to be automatically triggered, timecode matched and HDR metadata set by a wide variety of cameras. Realtime Log-to-HDR profiles allow users to take away the exposure guesswork in HDR production.
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.