All the built-in monitoring tools are also compatible with the HDR rendering, updating to accommodate the larger dynamic range.
Additionally, the Sumo can record incoming DCI and UHD 4K video in various flavours of Apple ProRes or AVID DNxHR to Master Caddy II storage media.
With supported cameras, 12-bit raw recording over SDI is also possible, for more flexibility in post-production.
Atomos On-Set & In-studio 4K60p HDR 19″ monitor-recorder Features:
1920 x 1080 Touchscreen Display
10-Bit FRC Monitor Processing
HDMI 2.0 and 12G-SDI Inputs/Outputs
1200 cd/m² Brightness
HDR Mode with 10-Stop Dynamic Range
High Bright Mode for Rec. 709 Viewing
4K up to 60p / 1080p up to 240 fps
10-Bit 4:2:2 ProRes & DNxHR Encoding
12-Bit Raw Recording from Select Cameras
Records to 2.5″ Master Caddy Media
Back in the studio, the HDR capabilities of the Sumo are again beneficial; enabling editors and colourists to see deeper into the captured image information.
The 10-bit image processing, combined with the 10-bit FRC capable LCD panel, shows subtle gradations in recorded footage whether playing back directly from recording media or from a connected computer.
The display itself can be calibrated to maintain colour accuracy over the Sumo’s lifetime.
Inc: 19″ Sumo unit, 1x Master Caddy, 1x AC adapter