Atomos Power Station Video

Atomos Power Station Video

Atomos Power Station Video

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Product Highlights

  • Dual Battery System
  • Mounts Beneath Camera via 1/4"-20 Screw
  • Accepts Sony L-Series Type Batteries
  • Batteries are Hot-Swappable
  • Dual 8.4 VDC Power Outputs
  • Dual USB Power Outputs
  • Independent 5-Step Battery Level Meters
  • Two 7800mAh Batteries Included
  • 5x Battery Adapters for Select Cameras
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The Atomos Power Station Video is a dual battery system for powering your camera and additional devices in the field. It mounts underneath your camera using a 1/4"-20 screw with thumbwheel and features slots for two Sony L-series type batteries. Two DC outputs allow powering of up to two devices, such as your camera and an external monitor. In addition to the two DC power outputs, the Power Station also features a flexible dual USB power source which can power two USB devices, or one high-powered 2A device, such as an iPad.

This Video bundle packages the Power Station with a pair of 7800mAh batteries, which can charge an iPhone 5 from 0 to 100% three times. To monitor the power remaining on your attached batteries, there are independent left and right LED displays on the front of the Power Station, providing a quick 5-step guide from 100% to 10% battery life. And because batteries are hot-swappable, you can replace batteries on-the-fly without losing power to your devices. Also included with the Video bundle are DC battery adapters for the Panasonic GH4, Nikon D810, Canon 5D Mark III, Sony FS100/700, and Sony a7 series cameras.

  • Dual battery system
  • Accepts Sony L-Series type batteries
  • Batteries are hot-swappable
  • 1/4"-20 Camera screw
  • Dual 8.4 VDC power outputs
  • Optional DC adapter cables available for popular cameras
  • Dual 5 VDC USB power outputs; charge a single high-powered 2A device or two 1A device
  • Independent 5-step battery level meters
  • Includes two 7800mAh batteries
  • Battery adapters included for Panasonic GH4, Nikon D810, Canon 5D Mark III, Sony FS100/700, and Sony a7 series cameras
  • Works with Atomos monitor/recorders
UPC: 814164020084
In the Box
Atomos Power Station Video
  • 2 x 7800mAh NP-F975 Type Batteries
  • AC Adapter
  • DC Power Cable for Atomos Shogun
  • Battery Adapter for Panasonic DMW-BLF19
  • Battery Adapter for Sony NP-FW50
  • Battery Adapter for Sony NP-F550
  • Battery Adapter for Nikon EN-EL15
  • Battery Adapter for Canon LP-E6
  • Soft Travel Case
  • 6 x Touch Fastener Cable Management Straps
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty (2-Year with Product Registration)
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    • 1Description
    Material of Construction ABS polycarbonate
    Input Voltage DC Input: 12 to 19 VDC
    D-Tap (via optional adapter): 12 to 19 VDC
    Battery: 7.4 VDC (8.4 VDC max.), 2 slots
    Battery Type Sony L-series
    Power Outputs On DC Power: 2 x 8.4 VDC, 4 A max.
    USB Charging 2 x USB outputs, 5 VDC, 3 A max. total
    Maximum Power Output 38 W
    Battery Charging 2 x 1.6 A (on DC power)
    (approx. 3 hours to charge NP-F570 battery)
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 6.3 x 2.2 x 1.4" (16.0 x 5.5 x 3.5 cm)
    Weight 4.4 oz (125 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 4.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.9 x 8.8 x 4.1"
    Power Station Video is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 22.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great solution for the A7 line and other cameras. I've gotten to use this on a few shoots now and It does a great job. I powers the A7s2 for up to 15 hours with the 2 large Sony batteries. (shooting 4k with IBIS on). Another added benefit is using a dummy battery removes some heat that builds up with the small sony batteries and give you longer record time without overheating (A7s2). I have a video review on YouTube just search for Max Yuryev Atomos Power Station and you'll find it. The only downsides are the top is smooth so your camera can move, but you can add a rubber sticker to help. The price is also high but you have to figure it can power your camera, a shogun, and other USB devices at the same time and hot swap batteries.
    Date published: 2015-12-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Success Again I own two Atomos Shoguns. One is mounted on a rig for my Sony FS700 and the other on a Zacuto rig for my Panasonic G4. Power supply has been an issue for the G4. There is no adapter to plug into my big battery which is powering the I've had to unmount the camera to replace the batter when it runs low. No more. This power supply easily mounts to the side of my rig and now I don't have to worry about running out of juice while I'm shooting B-Roll. I wish the unit had been metal, but it will suffice. I have to admit, next to Apple, I consider Atomos to be among the best, most together companies I've ever dealt with. They are really dependable....and as always...I buy my gear almost exclusively from B&H.
    Date published: 2015-07-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works as advertised I bought this to power my Panasonic GH5 and Blackmagic Design Video Assist monitor simultaneously. Both suffer from really poor battery consumption. The Power Station works well in this situation, albeit with a lot of added bulk. To be expected, larger batteries will add weight. The unit also adds a bit of height to my setup, which makes it a bit top heavy. The thumbscrew to mount the camera is very stiff to turn, and the camera is prone to twisting. I need to add some kind of rubber friction pad between the Power Station and my camera. Overall, I'm happy with the product and can finally shoot with my GH5 and monitor for extended periods of time.
    Date published: 2017-07-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Saved me on shoots. I love this thing. Being able to power my A7S and Shogun with a redundant, hot swappable battery pack made being able to shoot on the road so much easier. I even use the USB port to power my TASCAM when I need to. But my favourite part of this is that while it's plugged in it will charge the batteries, while powering whatever is plugged into it, but if he power goes out, it automatically switches to the battery power so you camera/recorder don't lose power. I use it on every shoot now.
    Date published: 2017-05-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple and affordable power solution I've been looking for a solution to power my NEX-FS700 ever since I purchased it. After upgrading to the 4K firmware on the FS700, I decided to go with the Atomos Shogun as my recorder. The Power Station had just been announced and it offered a perfect solution. It ran off of my stock of L-Series Sony batteries I had acquired over the years. The hot-swap function allowed me to not worry about battery drain. It was compact and relatively light in comparison to the Anton bricks I had previously experimented with as a power solution. The only downside is that it eats up batteries fast when powering a Shogun and FS700, so you'll need at least four NP-F970 batteries. If you have a Shogun, the included case has a nice cut out for four batteries and the Power Station, so that is a nice added feature for storage. Overall, I've been very pleased with the Power Station.
    Date published: 2015-07-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Power source It comes in a really nice case. The Power Station IS Long lasting. Easy readout, as far as how charged it is, or is not. The only criticism I have of this product: it could use a longer power cord for some applications, but I think that cord may be easily available. Also, it's fairly easy to mis-connect a battery in a way where it will stay connected to the unit but not be properly attached, will not make contact, and will not charge- I did that last night. This morning I found 1 battery charged and the other ready to be charged, but still sorta connected. Just being more careful to snap it on properly will help. Otherwise, it's great. Also, FYI, according to the Atomos website AND B+H reps, you can record the 12-17 gb/sec raw output of a C300mk2 on the Shogun we bought for this exact purpose. In fact, you can not yet, and possibly can never do this. You will only be granted this ability if Atomos decides to update your Shogun even though they are releasing another product which WILL do this (I think the brighter Flame r-monitor). So, I need and love the Atomos Power Station, but be aware of Atomos and their interesting marketing.
    Date published: 2016-07-01
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Doesn't fit the A7s well The cable that goes into the A7s's battery compartment prevents the Power Station from sitting straight. I have to have it rotated slightly to clear the cable. Also, if you use the FE 28-135 power zoom lens with the A7s, large batteries on the Power station will not clear the lens's tripod mount tongue. I got around this by putting it one backwards so the batteries face back. This works fine while shooting handheld, but it's too tall to permit mounting to a tripod using the FE 28-135's tripod mount point. It's completely impractical to use the camera's (or in this case the Power Station's) tripod mount point, as with this lens the setup becomes far to front-heavy. The unit I bought is defective anyway and will not power the A7s for more than 30 minutes. I'm not reducing my rating for this reason as this was just a defective unit, though it could be a common defect and something to watch for. I thought this was going to be my savior, but sadly, it looks like I'll have to go back to just changing batteries for my camera and my Shogun every 40 minutes.
    Date published: 2016-10-07
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Product but some design flaws This does what it is supposed to and I am happy with it but, no power button? To turn this off you have to remove both batteries. Where are you supposed to put them? The cables connect between the batteries, which is very awkward. The form factor is very odd. It can't really be placed under the camera as you might have seen in some of the pictures, because the unit is not rigid enough, unless you are working with a small mirrorless camera without any other gear. If they had started with a v-mount battery sled, and modified it they would have had a much better design. Despite its flaws, it powers my camera, my monitor/recorder and my audio unit with Sony NPF batteries so I can shoot all day which is what I was looking for.
    Date published: 2017-07-17
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