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LET ATOMOS NINJA V push the capabilities of your DSLR or mirrorless camera beyond your imagination, to enjoy limitless creativity. Breathe life into video, whether shooting cinematic productions, vlogs, or making a short film – on HDR or regular SDR. The NINJA V has a dazzling display, alongside flexible recording options in a range of codecs. Plus, it offers maximum control in post, so you never miss a beat. For comprehensive jurisdiction over your work, the NINJA V uses ProRes RAW format, where impressive image quality meets bijoux file size. This makes for the most efficient playback. Photographers are increasingly interested in this format for stills, as it combines the established visual and workflow benefits of RAW video with the real-time performance of ProRes – unlocking tremendous potential. Colour matching is simple, while extra information means footage can be easily manipulated in post. Offering stunning optical performance, this five-inch, multipurpose device incorporates “The NINJA V ticks more boxes for filmmakers than any other five-inch monitor on the market”

SPECS ›  Weight 360g ›  Size 5in ›  Display 4K/1920x1080 ›  Processing 10-bit

›  Mounts 1/4in-20 screw mounts ›  Format Apple ProRes, ProRes RAW, Avid DNxHR ›  Colour Calibration RGB ›  Audio Input HDMI or Analogue via 3.5mm line

1000 nits at peak brightness for daylight viewing, 10+ stops of dynamic range display and 4K input. Full 1920x1080 resolution provides an immersive viewing experience, with depth and vibrancy. So, how does it work? An AtomHDR engine processes the incoming Log, RAW or HDR signals from your device, displaying it in HDR on the NINJA V screen. Prefer to work in Rec.709? This portable powerhouse has you covered, with the ability to load custom LUTs to match workflow. Flexible recording means you can truly make any project your own. Behind the captivating screen lies incredible computing power that boosts your camera to production grade. Recording in a variety of codecs – including Apple ProRes, Apple ProRes RAW and Avid DNxHD – your work is compatible across many camera types and all major video editing softwares. Capture with virtually any HDMI or SDI source with cameras from Nikon, Fujifilm, Canon, Panasonic, Sony, Z Cam, Olympus, RED and Arri. RAW format facilitates maximum creative scope in post-production, as you are working with the unprocessed image. Apple ProRes compresses the file, allowing import, editing, manipulation and grading of pristine data at lightning speed. In combination with industry- leading codec, NINJA V has made


The NINJA V ticks more boxes for filmmakers than any other five-inch monitor

capabilities for your NINJA V, including 12G SDI input and ATOMOS AirGlu wireless sync timecode technology. Make your camera a device that’s totally prepared for a cloud-based future, featuring Wi-Fi 6, Gigabit Ethernet and Bluetooth LE. This means the NINJA V can livestream to all the major video platforms, like Facebook Live, Twitch and YouTube. It’s fully integrated for Camera to Cloud, too.

on the market, but this is only the beginning. The evolution continues, as features improve with every new ATOMOS release. Additional cameras will be supported, while other features are updated for free – frame guides perfect for social media content creation is the latest example. Moreover, the NINJA V is a stand-alone system, rendering expensive and unreliable PC set-ups obsolete, with its 4K UHD, HDR and high frame rate capture. It is ideal for games development testing, pre-release capture sessions, or just to show off your skills! Optional extras include the ATOMOS CONNECT, which offers up a ton of additional connection

COMMUNICATE ATOMOS CONNECT is the ultimate add-on for your prize

As part of our special 100th issue extravaganza, Photography News is giving you the exclusive opportunity to own your own ATOMOS NINJA V. Simply head to page 43, follow the instructions and who knows? This gorgeous equipment could be yours. FOR A CHANCE TO WIN , GO TO PAGE 43

this accessible to owners of smaller, more cost-effective mirrorless cameras.

SCREEN TEST The NINJA V’s five-inch screen provides filmmakers with a first-rate viewing image

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