Just weeks after announcing the budget-friendly Atomos Shinobi 5-inch HDMI on-camera monitor, and days before the start of NAB 2019, Atomos just introduced a 3G-SDI capable version of the Shinobi, simply called Shinobi SDI.
Priced at $499 upon launch, the new Shinobi SDI model retains the same form factor and 5-inch high brightness touch screen display as well as the HDMI input, and offers additional 3G-SDI input/output for DPs and ACs who require a more robust connection from SDI equipped cameras.
The super-lightweight Shinobi SDI boasts a highly colour accurate calibrated display makes it the ultimate compact HDR and SDR reference monitor. The monitor is suited to the professional video creator that uses or owns a variety of cameras and camcorders and needs the flexibility of SDI or HDMI, accurate high bright and HDR, while not requiring external recording capability.
Shinobi SDI features a compact, durable body combined with an ultra-clear, ultra-bright, daylight viewable 1000nit display. The anti-reflection, anti-fingerprint screen has an impressive pixel density of 427 ppi (pixels per inch) and is factory calibrated for colour accuracy, with the option for in-field calibration providing ongoing accuracy.
It is usable in almost every video situation thanks to the HD-SDI input and output, plus a 4K HDMI input. This makes Shinobi SDI the perfect companion for high-end cinema and production cameras, ENG cameras, handheld camcorders and any other HD-SDI equipped source.
Atomos Shinobi SDI Features
- 1920 x 1080 5-inch Touchscreen Display
- 3G-SDI Input and Output
- 4K HDMI Input
- 10-Bit Exterior Viewable Monitor
- 1000nits Brightness
- AtomHDR Mode with 10-Stop Dynamic Range
- Supports a Variety of Log Formats
- S-log2, S-log3
- Canon Log/Canon Log 2, Canon Log 3
- ARRI Log C
- Panasonic V-Log
- FujiFilm F-Log
- Nikon N-Log
- JVC J-Log
- RED Log3G10/RED LogFilm
- Real Time LUT Preview in HDR/SDR
- AtomOS 10 Platform
- Power via 1x Sony L-Series Battery Slot
- Pre-order: $499 at B&H
“Our most requested product in recent times has been a stand-alone SDI monitor. We are thrilled to be bringing the Atomos Shinobi SDI to market for professional video and film creators,” said Jeromy Young, CEO of Atomos.
Weighing in at just 226g/7.8oz (exc. batteries) Shinobi SDI makes for a top option for an on-camera monitor for your AC or operator. The high brightness, lightweight design and a vast range of monitoring options gives gimbal operators a solid 5-inch monitor to make sure they never miss a beat when framing and operating a handheld stabilizer.
The Shinobi SDI is of course equipped with the AtomOS 10 operating system, which is a joy to use. There is a huge range of professional tools that allow users to expose correctly, frame shots perfectly and ensure things are in focus. There is a full suite of scopes – waveform, RGB parade, vectorscope and audio-level meters, combined with focus peaking, 4:1 / 2:1 / 1:1 zoom, customizable zebras, false color, frame guides and broadcast safe markers.
Shinobi SDI also features an innovative new multi-tool ‘Analysis mode’ that shows the image, plus waveform, histogram, vectorscope and audio-level meters all at once. This gives the operator a complete picture of what is going on in the image at any time, ensuring the creative look is maintained and look profiles and LUTs can be loaded via the in-built SD card. For those looking to shoot anamorphic, the anamorphic de-squeeze option will be a life saver.
The Atomos Shinobi SDI is available to pre-order now for $499 from authorized Atomos dealers such as B&H, with shipping estimated to commence towards the end of April 2019.
For full specifications and more info head over to Atomos.
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