Up To 150 Minutes Of 4K Recording On A Solitary Drive
Atomos Ninja V ensures that your edit-ready ProRes and DNxHR footage can be stored on inexpensive SSD drives.
Combined with a 1TB AtomX SSDmini you can now attain up to 150 minutes of 4K recording on a solitary drive!
Abolish your camera’s internal compression and time restrictions
– record up to 4K p60 10-bit HDR video straight from your camera’s sensor over HDMI 2.0.
Flawless Colour Precision
Perceive your images clearly in daylight on the near edge-to-edge anti-reflection screen. Ninja V can be adjusted for flawless colour precision every time and also permits play out to
HDR or SDR TV. The Ninja V displays 10+ stops of dynamic range in real-time from Log/PQ/HLG signals.
Effortlessly Attach To Any Camera Rig
The smooth aluminium body is made for supreme strength, weighing in at just 360g and measuring at only 25mm thick – you can effortlessly attach the Atomos Ninja to any camera rig.
The new Ninja V features an impressively bright 5.2” 10-bit HDR monitor with an amazing 1,000 nits of output.
Instantaneous Playback, Slow Motion And Frame-By-Frame Analysis
Atomos Ninja 5 permits instantaneous playback, slow motion and frame-by-frame analysis for instant appraisal.
AtomOS permits precise set up and one-touch operation, ensuring a great recording each time.
Eradicates Expensive, Complex And Untrustworthy PC Setups
Perfect for games development testing, pre-release capture sittings or just to show off your skills!
Capture each detail in HDR and automatically include all the correct HDR flags ready for upload to YouTube.
Ninja V is a stand-alone system for 4k UHD, HDR and high frame rate capture that eradicates expensive, complex and untrustworthy PC setups.
Ninja V enables:
- Simple recording;
- Monitoring; and
- Instantaneous review.
The Quickest Path To Your Audience
Ninja V monitor recorder files are accessible instantly on your Mac or PC.
Tag on-the-fly while recording for direct-to-edit look up in:
- Final Cut Pro X;
- Adobe Premiere*; and
- Avid Media Composer*.
Both video and gaming workflows are supported for the quickest path to your audience.
* Adobe Premiere and Avid Media Composer necessitate a third party plug-in such as XtoCC to allow .fcpxml compatibility.
Small Drives, Backwards Compatible
Atomos has worked closely with their drive partners at Angelbird and Sony to offer you the AtomX SSDmini. These small drives are only 7mm high and 80mm long.
They hold the same SATA III connector as traditional SSDs and they are backward compatible with their range of Ninja, Shogun and Sumo devices.
- AtomX SSDmini by Angelbird.
- AtomX SSDmini by Sony.
Adjust And Link To Any Legacy Or Upcoming Wireless Or Wired Video Standard
AtomX was created by Atomos to ensure users can adjust and link to any legacy or upcoming wireless or wired video standard. The expansion system offers limitless scalability and is proved by the first of many modules – the AtomX Ethernet/NDI® and the AtomX Sync announced at IBC 2018. These berth into the AtomX port and instantaneously add significant features like NDI® over ethernet, Wireless Sync and Bluetooth control to the Ninja V.
Audio Input Straight From Your Camera
Like all Atomos Monitor/Recorders,
Ninja V allows audio input straight from your camera.
Choose from digital sources via
- HDMI or analogue input; or
- Stereo 3.5mm line/mic socket.
Depending on your rig.
Comprehensive Control Of The Video Image At The Maximum Excellence Conceivable
Colours can be effortlessly co-ordinated and the additional data means that footage can be easily manipulated in post-production, which is particularly valuable for grading and VFX shots.
The maximum dynamic range, colour correctness and detail is conserved, while at the same time each characteristic of the video image can be controlled with exactness for maximum ingenuity.
Capturing Apple ProRes RAW video with the Ninja V reveals comprehensive control of the video image, at the maximum excellence conceivable.
Photographers have long recognised the benefits of RAW for stills, now Nikon Z series users will be able to get the equivalent power of RAW in video.