Angelbird AtomX SSDmini (1TB)

BH #ANATOMXM1000 • MFR #ATOMXMINI1000PK
Angelbird AtomX SSDmini (1TB)
Key Features
  • Fits Ninja V, Ninja Flame, Ninja Inferno
  • Fits Shogun Inferno
  • Fits Sumo 19/19M with Adapter Handle
  • Fits Shogun Studio with Adapter Handle
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This 1TB Angelbird AtomX SSDmini is custom-designed to fit into a variety of Atomos products while maintaining high data throughput rates necessary for a 4K workflow. It fits perfectly into the Atomos Ninja V, Ninja Flame, Ninja Inferno, and Shogun Inferno. An optional adapter handle enables using this SSD with the Shogun Studio, Sumo 19, and Sumo 19M.
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$399.99
$67/mo. suggested payments
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Capacity
500GB
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Angelbird AtomX SSDmini Overview

This 1TB Angelbird AtomX SSDmini is custom-designed to fit into a variety of Atomos products while maintaining high data throughput rates necessary for a 4K workflow. It fits perfectly into the Atomos Ninja V, Ninja Flame, Ninja Inferno, and Shogun Inferno. An optional adapter handle enables using this SSD with the Shogun Studio, Sumo 19, and Sumo 19M.

Although 20% smaller than an average SSD, the SSDmini makes no concession to size, and it features formidable up to 560 MB/s sequential read speed with 540 MB/s sustained read speed, and up to 520 MB/s sequential write speed with 500 MB/s sustained write speed. Incorporating Stable Stream technology, you don't drop any frames. The SATA III connector enables connecting to a standard SATA III port when it is time to transfer your footage.

Firmware Update 10.61

Supported Capture

  • CDNG up to 4k30p
  • ProRes RAW HQ 5.7K up to 30p
  • 4k60p and 2k240p

Supported Codecs

  • Apple ProRes: 4k60p and 2k240p
  • Avid DNx: 4k60p and 2k240p
  • Apple ProRes RAW: 5.7k30p, 4k60p and 2k240p
  • CDNG: 4k30p

Performance

  • Up to 560 MB/s sequential read speed with 540 MB/s sustained read speed
  • Up to 520 MB/s sequential write speed with 500 MB/s sustained write speed

Features

  • Shock, temperature, X-ray, and magnetic proof
  • Supports the entire Atomos range of Ninja and Shogun devices, and with the use of an adapter handle, even the Sumo19, Sumo19M, and Shogun Studio
UPC: 812937023010

Angelbird AtomX SSDmini Specs

Performance
Connections1 x SATA (SATA III)
InterfaceSATA III (6 Gb/s)
Maximum Read Speed560 MB/s
540 MB/s
Maximum Write Speed520 MB/s
500 MB/s
Reliability / Data Integrity
Endurance (Total Bytes Written)3000 TB
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)2,400,000 Hours
Power
DC Input Power5 VDC
Power Consumption0.35 W (Idle)
3.5 W (Maximum)
Environmental
CertificationsCE, FCC, REACH, RoHS, as per Manufacturer
Operating Temperature-4 to 158°F / -20 to 70°C
Storage Temperature-40 to 185°F / -40 to 85°C
Operating Humidity5 to 95%
Operating Shock1000 G / 0.5 ms
Operating Vibration2.17 G
Physical
Dimensions3.15 x 2.97 x 0.37" / 80 x 75.5 x 9.3 mm
Weight3.17 oz / 90 g
General
Storage Capacity1 TB
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.32 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.85 x 4.45 x 0.8"
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