The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) is the voice for the nation’s radio and television broadcasters. NAB advances the interests of their members in federal government, industry and public affairs. They encourage content and technology innovation and spotlight important and unique ways stations serve their communities. Every year the NAB Show is where global visionaries convene to bring content to life in new and exciting ways! This year the show will take place on April 6 – April 11, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
ATOMOS is offering a pre-NAB promotion on Shogun & Ninja Inferno units valid on March 15 – March 31, 2019!
ATOMOS SHOGUN INFERNO 4K 60P OVER QUAD-SDI MONITOR / RECORDER – ATOMSHGIN2 $1295 REDUCED to $999
The Shogun Inferno is the best of everything Atomos does in a single product; 4K 60p, HD 240p, Cinema DNG Raw recording over Quad SDI connections. Like the Shogun Flame this unit features 1500nit brightness, HDR brightness range and a 10-bit panel with dual battery continuous power on the back. The Inferno adds in PQ in/out so that its not just HDR on the Inferno, the PQ output lets you connect to HDR panels and the PQ in lets you connect from your NLE for grading using the Inferno.
Shogun Inferno Improvements:
- High quality 4K 60p and HD 240p ProRes and DNxHR recording, from either a video or Raw signal – perfect for sports broadcasters and slow motion recordings
- Raw to Raw CDNG recording up to 4K DCI/UHD 30p or 2K/HD 120p. CDNG support will also be added to existing Shogun Flame, Shogun and Shogun Studio users one month after the launch of Inferno.
- Versatility of Quad SDI connections to let you input from cameras with 1.5/3/6/12G SDI outputs without the need for converters – perfect for 4K HDR multi cam events
- PQ (ST-2084) input that allows you to use Inferno as a grading monitor in Post
- PQ (ST-2084) output standard HDR to compatible TVs and monitors
AtomHDR. AtomHDR image processing lets you shoot with the high brightness range of your camera’s Log profile while maintaining vibrant true-to-life colors. Conventional monitors lack this capability, displaying the brightness detail of Log but with a washed out image that makes judging exposure difficult. Be at the forefront of the HDR revolution by having a field monitor capable of resolving HDR in the field as you see it in Post Production and record the original Log image direct from the sensor for HDR grading in post production.
The AtomHDR engine lets you monitor a post production HDR image in the field on a 7″ calibrated screen. For collaboration on set or in post, connect Shogun Inferno to HDR compatible larger screens, select the desired color space (Rec709, DCI P3 or Rec2020) and see the magic of HDR on larger screen sizes. Use the PQ input to connect from your NLE and use the Inferno as a monitor to grade HDR in Post.
4K 60p & HD 240p Recording. Shogun Inferno combines high resolution recording, high frame rate recording and playback. Record Video from both HDMI and SDI cameras direct from the sensor to 4:2:2 10-bit ProRes or DNxHR up to an amazing 4K 60p or HD 240p. Record Raw over SDI up to 4K 30p either directly to CDNG or record to ProRes or DNxHR. Playback recorded ProRes or DNxHR files via the HDMI or SDI output at the same high frame rates to supporting monitors.
CDNG Raw over Quad SDI. The Quad SDI connections offer the widest camera compatibility with 1.5G/3G/6G/12G SDI inputs and a convenient single 12G SDI output. This allows you to connect single link from SD 1.5G, HD 3G, 4K 30p 6G or 4K 60p 12G. Connect any combination of 3G connections up to Quad SDI at 4K 60p. Conveniently link a Quad SDI workflow to a single 12G workflow through the Shogun Inferno which acts as a 4 to 1 converter with 12G SDI and 4K HDMI output from the Quad input.
Regular Price: $1295.00
Promo Price: $999.00
ATOMOS NINJA INFERNO 4K HDMI RECORDING MONITOR – ATOMNJAIN1 $995 REDUCED to $799
The Atomos Ninja Inferno is an HDMI monitor / recorder that accepts 4K signals from both Professional UHD 4K Cameras and DCI 4K Cameras. Its 7″ high-resolution monitor with AtomHDR delivers 10 stops of dynamic range to match 10-bit camera LOG footage.