Atomos Ninja Inferno 7" 4K HDMI Recording Monitor

Atomos Ninja Inferno with Power Kit

Atomos Ninja Inferno with Power Kit

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Atomos Ninja Inferno with Power Kit Atomos Ninja Inferno 7" 4K HDMI Recording Monitor Atomos Power Kit for Shogun/Ninja Inferno & Flame

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  • Atomos Ninja Inferno 4K Monitor Recorder
  • 2 NP-F Type Batteries
  • Single Slot Battery Charger
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  • 1Description

This Atomos Ninja Inferno with Power Kit from B&H is a great option if you already have essential Atomos accessories for recording media. This kit includes a power kit which provides two NP-F type batteries to power the Ninja Inferno recorder as well as a single-slot charger for replenishing the batteries after they've been drained. If you want to know more about the individual items in this kit, check out the features below.

  • Atomos Ninja Inferno 7" 4K HDMI Recording Monitor

    Able to record DCI and UHD 4K signals at up to 60 fps, the Atomos Ninja Inferno makes a great companion to cameras and camcorders that output uncompressed video over HDMI. The monitor itself features 10-bit FRC processing and AtomHDR display technology that supports a 10-stop brightness range, allowing you to more accurately monitor your log gamma footage without having to view flat, washed-out looking images or use a LUT to compress the dynamic range and color space. The monitor offers built-in presets to accurately translate popular log formats from Sony, Canon, Panasonic, ARRI, RED, and JVC cameras. The settings only affect viewing, with recorded video remained unaltered.

    In addition to HDR monitoring, the monitor also offers a High Bright mode for traditional Rec. 709 monitoring. This mode takes advantage of the full 1500 cd/m² brightness to allow for more confident monitoring in bright outdoor environments, even without a sun hood. In HDR mode, use of an included snap-on sun hood is available, as displaying a wider brightness range reduces the overall brightness of the monitor.

    Incoming video signals can be recorded in a wide range of Apple ProRes and Avid DNx codecs which maintain high quality while not requiring the storage space of uncompressed video. Both ProRes and DNx are edit-friendly, requiring no conversion in post-production to ensure smooth playback and compatibility with most common video editing software. Standard 2.5" SATA III recording media is supported, with compatible SSDs able to record in all formats including 4K and high-frame-rate HD.

    Note: check the Atomos website for an updated list of supported drives

    Built to withstand the rigors of production, the Ninja Inferno features built-in protective armor that features silicone-covered corners and chamfered edges. Like its predecessor, the Ninja Flame, the Inferno features dual Sony L-Series battery plates that support battery hot-swapping, enabling longer run times with hot-swapping. For audio recording, the monitor supports balanced XLR inputs with 48V phantom power and XLR outputs via separately available audio breakout cables. Additional features include a variety of onscreen exposure analysis, framing, and focus assist tools. A power supply, SSD Caddy, and a travel case are included with the unit.

    With AtomHDR you can monitor up to 10 stops of dynamic range of your camera's LOG image. Most conventional monitors can only display 6 or 7 stops, which is fine for standard footage, but a LOG image will look overly flat. It is also superior to monitoring with a loaded LUT, which can clip the highlights and mask shadows.
    4K 60p Capabilities
    Record high-resolution 4K footage in DCI or UHD formats up to 60 fps, including 24 and 25 fps for a more film-like aesthetic. All recordings are stored as high quality Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHR files with 10-bit 4:2:2 chroma subsampling. A variety of bit-rates are available to fit your project and storage needs.
    Audio I/O
    Audio can be input and output via the multi-pin locking connector. Separately available breakout cables can provide XLR audio input with 48v phantom power and output. A 3.5mm headphone jack on the side can be used for convenient audio monitoring.
    7" Daylight Viewable Screen
    The Ninja Inferno's 7" LCD screen is illuminated by a bright 1500 cd/m² LED backlight, making it possible to view in daylight without requiring a hood. Plus, the screen is also color calibrated from the factory to ensure accurate image representation.
    HDR Signal Management
    LOG and HDR signals can be difficult to monitor with conventional equipment. Though, with the Ninja Inferno's built-in HDR signal management functions, the LOG signal can be converted to the PQ standard for compatibility with existing consumer and professional HDR equipment.
    UPC: 814164020688
  • Atomos Power Kit for Shogun/Ninja Inferno & Flame

    The Atomos Power Kit includes two NP-F750 5200mAh batteries, a charger, and a power adapter for the Shogun/Ninja Inferno and Flame.

    UPC: 814164020756
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  • 1Description
  • Atomos Ninja Inferno 7" 4K HDMI Recording Monitor
    Panel Type IPS-Type LCD
    Display Size 7.1" / 18.0 cm
    Screen Resolution 1920 x 1200
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Touchscreen Yes
    Maximum Brightness 1500 cd/m2
    Bit Depth / Color Support 8-Bit+FRC (1.07 Billion Colors)
    Pixels Per Inch (ppi) 325 ppi
    LUT Support Yes
    Video 1 x HDMI 2.0 (HDMI Type A) Output
    1 x HDMI 2.0 (HDMI Type A) Input
    Embedded Audio HDMI: 8-Channel
    Audio 1 x 3.5 mm Headphone Output
    1 x 10-Pin LEMO Input/Output
    Built-In Speaker None
    Power 1 x Barrel Input
    Other I/O 1 x LANC (2.5 mm)
    Card Slot None
    Format Support
    Video Format HDMI (8/10-Bit 4:2:2)
    DCI 4K: 24/25/30/50/60 
    UHD 4K: 24/25/30/50/60 
    1080p: 24/25/30/50/60/120 
    1080i: 50/60 
    720p: 50/60 
    Pulldown Conversion 2:2, 3:2
    Camera Trigger HDMI
    Encoding Formats 3840 x 2160
    ProRes 422, LT, HQ 
    DNxHR HQ, HQX, SQ, LB 
    Recording Media 1 x 2.5" SSD (SATA III)
    Phantom Power +48 V
    DC Input Power 6.2 to 16.8 VDC
    Battery Type 2 x L-Series
    Power Consumption 10 W (Typical)
    33 W (Maximum)
    Material of Construction Polycarbonate
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 8.4 x 5 x 1.8" / 1.4 x 12.7 x 4.5 cm
    Weight 1.4 lb / 0.65 kg
    2.4 lb / 1.09 kg, Including Battery, Recording Media
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.2 x 6.6 x 3.9"
  • Atomos Power Kit for Shogun/Ninja Inferno & Flame
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 4.4 x 3.7"

Atomos Ninja Inferno reviews

Ninja Inferno with Power Kit is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The perfect Panasonic Companion I own a pair of Panasonic DVX200's and a GH5. I have been shooting great interviews in 8bit 4:2:0 in my studio but finally decided to move up to the full dynamic range available only with an external recorder. I have always used external monitors and have come to rely on false color for flesh tone exposure. The cost of the Inferno is very little more than a decent external monitor. It offers all of the monitor features that have become part of my workflow. It is a bit heavier than my 7 monitors and requires a decent mount, forget small articulating arms, you will need some beef like the Manfrotto 492. Don't think you are getting into this device for a bit over $1k. The sun hood kit is a necessary accessory. It comes with 5 SSD caddies and a hard case, I view it as essential. Add a few 1TB SSD's and batteries and the entry is around $2K. You will need extra batteries if you intent you run without power, it eats batteries. That said, it is still a great value if you are going to shoot UHD 10 bit 4:2:2. In fact, it is essential because there are not any SD cards that can handle the sustained write speed. The latest PR release of the upcoming firmware for the GH5 showed a V90 card. I don't see many of those currently available. The included Atomos caddy works great for getting the SSD connected for direct editing or uploading to your servers. Read the directions, both USB cables must be connected to get enough power to wake it up. Pass through HDMI signal to our production monitoring bench was effortless. The dual XLR connector gives the GH5 pro audio without the Panasonic accessory. Another benefit that justifies the cost of the Inferno. We are working on writing LUT's for editing. It looks like the GH5 and the DVX200 may use the same LUT. As soon as we get comfortable with a LUT we will experiment with baking them onto the footage to have the same quick turnaround on studio work we now have with 8 bit. My only issue at this point is the $4K investment I must now make to get two more cameras configured for multicam work.
Date published: 2017-09-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bright screen is well worth it I had a hard time deciding between the Inferno vs. the Flame, but opted for the Inferno. Even though I shoot Sony which currently doesn't do 60fps at 4k, I figured I might run into someone at a shoot with a GH5, and we could pair them up. Atomos OS is as usual, a pleasure to work with and the bright display is heavenly. The unit is good design but plasticky compared to my original Shogun. I also noticed that it does make a small sound when operating to keep cool, unlike the original Shogun which uses convection. Unfortunately I think all new units have fan cooling, which I would like to see changed. The sound is very faint and probably easy to avoid getting in mic, but it is still a peeve of mine. Also gone is the accessory kit, but the far reduced price seems to make it worthwhile. While I originally thought of the missing accessory kit as a negative, the compact travel case is far more practical. After using the Ninja Inferno, I decided to get a travel case for my Shogun and pack it similarly. I shoot Sony and with a tight Smallrig setup, I can get two full rigs in a single carry case, complete with two Atomos recorders where before I would have to increase my gear cases significantly just to lug the (mostly unused) accessories around. Overall I'm happy with the value for the money, and would buy it again, but I would appreciate a bit more solid construction and fanless cooling. Also, it would be nice if the atomos power kit came with a similar travel case, since the cardboard box it comes it in pretty useless for bringing the charger with you anywhere.
Date published: 2017-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great with my C100 I purchased the Ninja Inferno instead of the recommended Ninja V.� I wanted a larger screen and needed it immediately.� I was concerned about how it would work with my C100 when it was designed for the higher end cameras.� I put it to the test this weekend. It performed well.� The was a perfect companion and the footage and format were excellent. I highly recommend it, even for C100 owners.
Date published: 2018-05-08
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