Released in March 2016, Atomos is changing the world of many cameramen - with the first field recorder that makes it possible to judge the image faster and better, even when used outdoors. Every cameraman has the responsibility for his image and its quality, so the choice should be made in the future for the 7 inch monitor and field recorder, Atomos Ninja Flame 4K recorder. The search is no longer for an ever-higher resolution, but for a higher dynamic that is even more responsive to human vision. The Atomoa Ninja Flame, which replaces the predecessor Atomos Ninja Assasin, is not only an update, but much, much more. With 4 times the brightness on the display and the AtomHDR engine, the recorder is the best choice for DSLR cameras and camcorders with HDMI output. With this monitor field recorder, Atomos has more than responded to the wishes of its customers.
On the monitor of the Atomos Ninja Flame 4K, the filmmaker can directly assess exposure, focus and image detail. Atomos has taken care during the development of the product to ensure that all log formats of camera manufacturers such as Sony, Canon, Panasonic, Arri, Red and JVC are supported. There is no difference in the functions between the Atomos Ninja Flame and the Shogun Flame. RGB, waveform, vectorscopes, peaking, zebra, etc. are all available. Also, recording in 4K or HD in Apple ProRes 10-bit 4:2:2:2 is standard, as is recording in Avid DNxHR or DNxHD on a normal SSD card. The only difference between the two monitor field recorders is in the connectors. The Atomos Ninja Flame is equipped with an HDMI connection. The Shogun Flame, on the other hand, features SDI connectors for bi-directional SDI/HDMI conversion and balanced XLR audio plus LTC/Genlock.…more