Atomos Sumo 19" HDR/High Brightness Monitor Recorder

Atomos Sumo 19" HDR/High Brightness Monitor Recorder

Atomos Sumo 19" HDR/High Brightness Monitor Recorder

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Product Highlights

  • 1920 x 1080 Touchscreen Display
  • 10-Bit FRC Monitor Processing
  • HDMI 2.0 and 12G-SDI Inputs/Outputs
  • ProRes Raw / Raw HQ via Select Cameras
  • 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
  • Records to 2.5" Master Caddy Media
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Atomos SUMO19 overview

  • 1Description

With its large, bright color-accurate 19" LCD screen and 4K recording capabilities, the Atomos Sumo can be implemented to enhance professional video workflows in both production and post-production. On set, the Sumo's HDR capabilities enable cinematographers to realize more of a cinema camera's dynamic range when shooting in log or raw formats. 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 flavors of Apple ProRes or AVID DNxHR to Master Caddy II storage media. With supported cameras, ProRes Raw/Raw HQ recording is also possible, for more flexibility in post-production.

Back in the studio, the HDR capabilities of the Sumo are again beneficial; enabling editors and colorists 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 color accuracy over the Sumo's lifetime.

Use Cases

On the DIT Cart
Get HDR on set in real time with on-the-fly log to HDR and PQ (Perceptual Quantizer)/HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) playback, complete with mission-critical monitoring tools such as waveform, focus peaking, false color, and vectorscope on the calibrated screen. Beyond monitoring, with DCI 4K, UHD, 2K, and 1080p recording, you can generate instant dailies to readily available SSD media.
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The large 19" panel gives focus pullers access to a high-quality HD image with focus assist tools such as peaking and 2:1/1:1 zoom. The robust aluminum-alloy chassis ensures that this monitor can be moved and reset for every shot during the production.
Client/Director's Monitor
Remap incoming flat-looking log footage to HDR for a more exciting and true-to-life preview of the footage. Full playback controls and XML file tagging means that a director can review footage and create an instant lightweight ProRes LT copy, with baked-in LUTs and audio, to the onboard SSD. You can choose to view both log and standard gamma images with or without looks applied, with quick toggling between them for ease of comparison.
Studio Monitor
In the studio, you can leverage the HDR capabilities of the Sumo for accurate monitoring. With a 10-stop dynamic range and 10-bit processing combined with X-Rite calibration, you can be sure that your color-corrected images will translate through the post-production pipeline.

Features

Production-Grade Build Quality
The aluminum alloy chassis houses 10 mounting points around the top, bottom, and side, a rear panel VESA mount, and an included stand for a variety of mounting configurations.
Versatile I/O Options
Seamlessly connect an SDI or HDMI device and convert between HDMI 2.0 and SDI (Quad 3G/6G/12G) in any combination. Quad SDI inputs connect cameras with multiple 1.5 or 3G-SDI outputs without the need for converters. HDMI 2.0 supports up to DCI 4K and UHD input and output, along with the very latest Atomos open protocol that supports HDR automation, including importing of camera settings. There is also support for Genlock and LTC timecode.
High-Quality Recording
Capture the raw data stream output from Sony's FS5, FS7, or FS700, Canon's C300 Mark II or C500, or Panasonic's VariCam LT over SDI at rates up to 5.7K at 30p (with compatible cameras) as ProRes Raw/Raw HQ, Cinema DNG, 10-bit Apple ProRes, or 10-bit Avid DNxHR. The processing power of Sumo preserves pristine quality direct from the camera, with data rates up to 3.2 Gbps.
Versatile Functionality
Using multiple inputs, you can record and play back up to four HD video channels, live. Leveraging the Sumo's XML capabilities, you can switch and mix a live recording, and stream or record four HD ISO recordings. Switch between feeds on-screen with cueing, crossfade, and hard cuts from the locked sources, or tag and adjust final edits with advanced metadata tagging preserving ISO feeds, with the desired result infinitely editable.
Built-In XLR Audio
Eliminate the need for a separate audio recorder by using the full-size XLR connections to connect and power external microphones, for balanced analog audio with dedicated meters and adjustments for frame delay and gain. Phantom powered (48V) mics and line-level audio are all seamlessly synchronized, so there's no need to match in post. There are also a 3.5mm stereo headphone jack and built-in speakers, for on set instant or playback review with clients or the production team.
HDR Processing
The Sumo's 19" 1920 x 1080 10-bit LCD panel is driven by the AtomHDR engine which precisely maps log, PQ, or HLG video feeds from popular cameras, game consoles, or TV manufacturers to resolve 10 stops of HDR in real time. The brightness range and vivid colors of HDR bring scenes to life, either on the monitor itself or when outputting to larger HDR/Rec 709 displays for on set review. It can also be used with popular editing software programs or grading suites for affordable HDR/SDR editing or grading in the studio.
Daylight-Viewable LCD Screen
The bright 1200 cd/m² display means you can accurately monitor SDR signals, even when outside in full daylight. If additional light control is required, an optional sun hood is available separately.
X-Rite Calibration
Like many high-end video and computer monitors, the Sumo can be calibrated to compensate for the natural color and brightness drift that monitors exhibit over time. The Sumo's calibration input lets you use X-Rite's separately available i1Display Pro to always ensure accurate HDR and REC. 709 monitoring.
Continuous Power
Dual 4-pin XLR inputs for power means that the Sumo can automatically switch power sources should one stop providing power. In the field, a separate power bracket can be used to supply the Sumo with power from V-Mount or Gold Mount batteries. When one battery dries up, you can hot swap it for a fresh one without interrupting the shoot.
UPC: 814164020817
In the Box
Atomos Sumo 19" HDR/High Brightness Monitor Recorder
  • Master Caddy II
  • Power Supply
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Atomos SUMO19 specs

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    Type 19" / 48 cm IPS capacitive touchscreen
    Resolution 1920 x 1080
    Bit Depth 10-bit (8-bit plus FRC)
    Color Gamut REC. 709
    Video Aspect Ratio Native: 16:9
    Brightness 1200 cd/m²
    LUT Support 3D LUT (.cube file format)
    Interface
    Inputs 1 x HDMI Type A, v2.0
    3 x BNC, HD/3G-SDI
    1 x BNC, HD/3G/6G/12G-SDI
    2 x XLR, balanced analog audio with 48 V phantom power
    Outputs 1 x HDMI Type A, v2.0
    1 x BNC, HD/3G/6G/12G-SDI
    1 x 3.5 mm, stereo headphone
    Supported Video Format
    Supported Signals Video:
    Input: 8/10-bit 4:2:2 (dependent on video source)
    Output: 8/10-bit 4:2:2 (dependent on video source)
    Encoding Formats Apple ProRes Raw: Raw, Raw HQ
    Apple ProRes: HQ, 422, LT
    AVID DNxHR: HQX, HQ, SQ, LB
    4096 x 2160 24/25/30/50/60
    3840 x 2160 24/25/30/50/60
    1080p 24/25/30/50/60/100/120/200/240
    1080i 50/60
    720p 50/60

    Canon(C300 mk2, C500)
    ProRes Raw/Raw HQ:
    4096 x 2160 24/25/30
    3840 x 2160 24/25/30
    2048 x 1080 (not supported in camera)
    1920 x 1080 (not supported in camera)

    Cinema-DNG Raw:
    4096 x 2160 24/25/30
    3840 x 2160 24/25/30

    Raw to ProRes/DNx:
    4096 x 2160 24/25/30
    3840 x 2160 24/25/30

    Panasonic (VariCam LT, VariCam35, EVA-1)
    ProRes Raw/Raw HQ:
    5720 x 3016 24/25/30 (EVA-1 only)
    4096 x 2160 24/25/30/50/60
    3840 x 2160 24/25/30/50/60
    2048 x 1080 24/25/30/50/60/100/120/240
    1920 x 1080 (not supported in camera)

    Cinema-DNG Raw:
    4096 x 2160 24/25/30
    3840 x 2160 24/25/30

    Raw to ProRes/DNx:
    4096 x 2160 24/25/30
    3840 x 2160 24/25/30

    Sony (FS5, FS7 with XDCA-FS7, FS700)
    ProRes Raw/Raw HQ:
    4096 x 2160 24/25/30/50/60
    3840 x 2160 (not supported in camera)
    2048 x 1080 24/25/30/50/60/120/200/240
    1920 x 1080 (not supported in camera)

    Cinema-DNG Raw:
    4096 x 2160 24/25/30
    2048 x 1080 24/25/30/50/60/100/120

    Raw to ProRes/DNx:
    4096 x 2160 24/25/30/50/60
    2048 x 1080 24/25/30/50/60/100/120/240
    Video Signal Conversion HDMI to SDI:
    4096 x 2160 24/25/30/50/60
    3840 x 2160 24/25/30/50/60
    1080p 24/25/30/50/60/100/120
    1080i 50/60
    720p 50/60

    SDI to HDMI:
    4096 x 2160 24/25/30/50/60
    3840 x 2160 24/25/30/50/60
    1080p 24/25/30/50/60/100/120
    1080i 50/60
    720p 50/60
    Pulldown Conversion 24/25/30PsF to 24/25/30p (2:2 pulldown)
    60i to 24p (3:2 pulldown)
    Supported Audio Formats
    HDMI 2/8-channel, 24-bit (camera dependent)
    SDI Up to 12-channel, 24-bit, 48 kHz
    Dynamic Range > 90 dB
    Signal Level Maximum: +24 dBu
    Gain Maximum Analog Gain: +52 dB
    Remote Operation
    HDMI Auto HDMI trigger
    Supported Protocols: Canon, Sony, Atomos Open Standard
    SDI SDI trigger camera selectable
    LANC Supports slave configuration
    Recording Media
    Supported Media 4K:
    2.5" SSD

    HD High Frame Rate (50/60/120p):
    2.5" SSD
    2.5" HDD (7200 rpm and up) for 1080p 50/60

    HD (30p and Less):
    2.5" SSD
    2.5" HDD (5400 rpm and up)

    Note: Only use media that has been approved by Atomos
    Master Caddy Dock Interface: 2.5" SATA to USB 2.0/3.0
    Supported Applications Final Cut Pro X/7+
    Avid Media Composer 5.0+
    Adobe Premiere 5.5+
    Grass Valley EDIUS 6.0+
    Sony Vegas Pro 10+
    Lightworks
    Autodesk Smoke 2015
    XML Support FCP X XML native, FCP 7/Adobe supported with conversion
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    Voltage 14.4 VDC
    Power Consumption 75 W
    Supported Battery Types V-Mount, Gold Mount (requires optional mounting plate)
    Mount Types 1/4"-20: 4 x top, 4 x bottom, 2 x side
    3/8"-16: 2 x top, 2 x bottom, 1 x side
    VESA mount on rear
    Dimensions 19.8 x 12.2 x 2.5" / 50.4 x 31 x 6.3 cm (without stand)
    19.8 x 13 x 7.1" / 50.4 x 33 x 18 cm (with stand)
    Weight 12.3 lb / 5.6 kg (without stand)
    13.7 lb / 6.2 kg (with stand)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 19.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 23.0 x 15.1 x 7.0"

    Atomos SUMO19 reviews

    Sumo 19" HDR/High Brightness Monitor Recorder is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 7.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Receive a new one from Atomos Had a problem with my first Sumo which was not working at unboxing and was away in production...Finally I send it back to Atomos and they just sent me a new one which is working, doesnt try it correctly cause bought it for the 4 input function so I m waiting for the update now. Special Thanks to Roger Cheow from Atomos for his support on resolving my issue.
    Date published: 2018-04-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful and the most affordable HDR monitor Sumo is a great product! Monitor is great, looks exactly as their line of Flame Shogun Recorders. Menu is exactly the same, but works much faster (there is almost no lag when pressing buttons). All the functions are the same as Atomos Inferno/Shogun (there should be an update for live switching between 4 HD feeds, but it's not available yet) Fan is a bit noisy when turning on or recording, but when it's not recording it's pretty quite. I would keep it as far as possible from microphones. Battery solutions is very convenient. You can add two V-Lock or Golden Mount battery plates. One 98Wh battery will provide about 1,5 hour. With four 150Wh Batteries you can easily run whole day non-stop (the batteries are hot-swappable). There is a lot of questions about how the back of Sumo looks like, so there is photo attached (with VESA mount and battery plates.) Battery plates are not included, so you need to buy them separately and run 4-pin XLR cable from them to the monitor. A wing mount for batteries with holes is included in the package. It's possible to mount VESA 100m on top of it. You can attach legs(included) to the bottom of monitor to put it on a table/flat surface, or buy VESA mount (not included) to mount on C-Stand. The monitor comes in just a regular box, so if you going to transport it, you need a good protective case. It fits perfectly into Pelican 1650 plus you have some space for accessories. Monitor has a lot of mounting holes on top and side, so there is plenty of space to add wireless receivers and other accessories.
    Date published: 2017-10-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from best daylight HDR for the cost It's packed with features. 1200 nits, recordable, and HDR with LUTs for every major camera. The only downside is if you plan to power with batteries. It runs 14.4v 6 amps natively. Probably a little more energy hungry than comparable monitors, but it does a lot more too.
    Date published: 2017-08-15
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from No Upgrade as Said....Not working as supposed at first unboxing Bought It for a production end of october after having The upgrade promess of Atomos...received in november and go To production abroad with All my other things...Beginning of december, not the good firmware for iso record... Decided to use it as a simple monitor but the touch panel is not working correctly...seems like a quarter of the screen has a problem and menu still poping out every minute and changing parameter itself...a ghost is playing with the screen? Sent a mail to atomos they asked me to send back the monitor but I m abroad in production with no way to send it back right now...so must wait end of February to come back home and ship it back for a change, I hope...cause it expensive for a monitor which can't be used and don't have the capacity I was looking for...had trust Atomos....and voila. Was my first Atomos product and not satisfied....a bad first experience...
    Date published: 2018-01-26
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible quality control We have had our unit replaced twice with continuing problems.� Atomos support has stopped responding to emails.
    Date published: 2018-02-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bought two, looking forward to the live switch firmware Early adopter, bought one on release and another a month later... Love the new sun hood, using for many location shoots as confidence monitor, Jib monitor/rec, talent monitor, etc... very bright, I had custom non glare films made. Just waiting for the live switch firmware to complete the promise of this that I saw at NAB. mainly for multi cam iso hd dit recording
    Date published: 2017-12-25
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Broken promises? I’ve replaced once with a high frequency hum and I’ve been (as we all have) for them to release the ability to view 4 cameras at once.
    Date published: 2018-03-09
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