Atomos Ninja V External 4K Recorder System Overview | Hands-On

 

Kriss Hampton runs through the newly designed operating system on the Atomos Ninja V recorder

 

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Kriss Hampton runs through all of the features that are jam-packed into the new Atomos Ninja V external monitor/recorder. You may notice that the on-screen layout looks slightly different to the other videos online, and that's because this Ninja V unit is running the very latest firmware that houses the newly designed graphical interface.

The compact Ninja V offers high-quality, HDR video recording and monitoring for mirrorless and DSLR systems. 4Kp60 10-bit compatibility provides cover for practically every camera this unit is aimed at, while an HDMI 2.0 connection allows for rapid file transfers, and a hi-res 5" touchscreen outputs 1000nit, ensuring visibility even in strongest of lighting conditions.



About the Author

Kristian Hampton is Wex Photo Video’s Technical Editor for Pro Video. A video specialist who has worked in corporate studios for companies such as Vodafone Group and PwC, as well as working as a freelance grip on various TV productions and features. He also runs Krade Media, providing enterprises with production services. Follow Kristian on twitter @KrissHampton 

 

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