This set of five Atomos Master Caddy II units is compatible with the Shogun, Ninja V, and all earlier Atomos monitor/recorder models. The Master Caddy II supports standard 2.5" SSDs and HDDs and features dual-key insertion (groove/slit on both sides) in contrast to the original Master Caddy's single-key insertion. The Master Caddy II replaces the original Master Caddy as the standard caddy for all Atomos monitors/recorders. (The original Master Caddy is not compatible with the Shogun.)
- Accepts 2.5" SSDs & HDDs
- Dual-Key Insertion
- For Shogun, Ninja V & All Earlier Models
Atomos ATOMCAD112 Overview
Atomos ATOMCAD112 Specs
|Supported Storage||2.5" SSDs and HDDs with a Thickness of 9.55 mm or Less|
|Package Weight||0.4 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4.9 x 3.4 x 2.9"|
Atomos ATOMCAD112 Reviews
Thank You, Atomos!
I really like the price of this package, and have always enjoyed the fact that Atomos makes a caddy for the SDD. It's well-constructed, and easy to place the drive. It takes about a minute, and you're ready to record! This 5-pack is inexpensive, and is especially helpful if you have multiple drives, or plan to expand. Again, thank you Atomos for making these!
Excellent housing for your SSD's
These caddy's are perfectly designed to hold your SSD drives. Very simple to install the SSD in them as well. The pricing is fair and reasonable. These are a must buy when using your Atomos products.
Buena y de calidad
Muy buena construccin, viene con tornillos y el envi fue rpido.
What can I say it works. It protects the drive and you need something to cover the drive. As to having 5...well welcome to the big show! At they expensive for a chunk of plastic yes for what they do no. Will they make your drives as tuff as a P2 card. Don't make me laugh! This whole way of recording in the field is a joke! The drives are fragile the Conection points are week and the cases are flimsy.but they are the only game in town...so put on your big boy pants and buy them they do the job and they look professional! As to price of the system...go out and buy 6 60 gig G series P2 cards if you want to talk expensive!
way overpriced...but it does the job
Yep. It's a Case.
Doesn't come with batteries simply because they're not needed for operation and doesn't come with instructions. (If needed then you shouldn't be doing anything more complicated than blinking.) And yes the typical complaint of being forced into buying 5 when only needing two which encourages you to buy a another $100 drive to stick into a $6 case because you're compelled to use it.
I didn't know the Ninja V comes with 1 of these, so I bought these. I'll eventually use them though. I paired a crucial MX500 in the caddy to make a cheap $80 1TB prores SSD for the Ninja.
CADDY II Five Pack is a Good Deal and a Good Idea
Nice that they offer 5 packs since they don't issue 2 standard with recorders like they used to. Installing and removing SSDs only takes a minute. You might need the Atomos USB drive sled to plug into your computer or a Unitek type SATA connector if you don't want to keep pulling the drives out of the caddy, which won't fit into most HDD/SDD Toasters. When I shoot multicam live events and need Atomos recorders to bypass the internal recording limits of Sony A7 cameras, it's important to have spare caddies and drives ready to go for such occasions. It's beneficial to have extra media of your own so you don't have to rush to offload media and return rented cards or drives immediately. Or perhaps during Data Wrangling on a long-form project, you just don't want to have to recycle your 'exposed' cards so quickly. Spare caddies (and extra SSD media) are a cheap but critical part of a well-thought out media management system. Also smart to label each caddy with a # in case you have faulty media that needs to be pulled from rotation. Photo tape adheres to the caddy surface well.
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