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Atomos UltraSync ONE RF Timecode Sync for AtomX Sync and Ninja V

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Atomos UltraSync ONE RF Timecode Sync for AtomX Sync and Ninja V
Key Features
  • Sync Frame-Accurate Timecode via RF
  • Provides BNC Genlock, LTC, Word Clock
  • Standalone, Master, or Slave Modes
  • Syncs with AtomX SYNC and Ninja V via RF
Sync timecode using genlock, LTC, or word clock between your cameras, audio recorders, smartphones, and other supported devices with the UltraSync ONE RF Timecode Sync from Atomos. The UltraSync ONE is a compact unit that provides timecode sync and can pair each source via RF signals with the Atomos AtomX SYNC for viewing on the Ninja V monitor. It features a bright OLED display for timecode and status information.
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Atomos UltraSync ONE Overview

Sync timecode using genlock, LTC, or word clock between your cameras, audio recorders, smartphones, and other supported devices with the UltraSync ONE RF Timecode Sync from Atomos. The UltraSync ONE is a compact unit that provides timecode sync and can pair each source via RF signals with the Atomos AtomX SYNC for viewing on the Ninja V monitor. It features a bright OLED display for timecode and status information.

The UltraSync ONE features one SYNC BNC output that supports genlock to any supported camera, provides word clock signals to a sound recorder or mixer, and can provide LTC (linear timecode) to a supported LTC device. The BNC LTC port provides input and output of LTC only.

The ONE can also be used as a master or slave, or in standalone mode. It can sync frame-accurate timecode using RF signals by pairing with multiple timecode sync devices such as the AtomX SYNC, UltraSync BLUE, or other RF timecode sync devices over a long range of up to 656'. Once the ONE is synced with the device, timecode is embedded in the recorded files and can be recognized by industry-standard software and NLEs (nonlinear editors).

A USB Type-C cable is included to charge the ONE, which features a built-in 800mAh LiPo battery that lasts up to approximately 24 hours.

Synchronize timecode between devices such as cameras, audio recorders, and smartphones
Use the UltraSync ONE as a master, slave, or standalone timecode sync device
View synced timecode on the Ninja V monitor using AtomX SYNC
One BNC SYNC port for genlock, LTC, or word clock output; one BNC LTC port for LTC input/output
Timecode is embedded into the media file and automatically recognized by professional NLEs
Can use long-range RF signals to sync multiple UltraSync ONE, AtomX SYNC, UltraSync BLUE, or other RF timecode sync devices
Bright blue OLED display for timecode and status information
Built-in 800mAh LiPo battery, charged via USB Type-C port, lasts up to approximately 24 hours
UPC: 814164022491

Atomos UltraSync ONE Specs

Display Type
OLED
Display Resolution
128 x 32
Timecode
Free Run: TCX0 0.5 ppm
Approximately 1 Frame Drift in 24 Hours
0 ppm Drift when RF Locked to Master
Output Connector
1 x BNC SYNC (Genlock, LTC, Word Clock)
Input/Output Connectors
1 x BNC LTC
Supported Frame Rates
23.98
24
25
30D (Drop Frame)
30
29.97D (Drop Frame)
29.97
Battery Type
Built-In Lithium-Ion Polymer (LiPo)
Battery Capacity
3.7 V, 800 mAh, 2.96 Wh
Battery Charge Time
3 Hours
Input Voltage
5 VDC
Battery Life
~24 Hours
RF Range
Up to 656' / 200 m
Number of Channels
Up to 14
Frequency Range
865.050 to 923.200 MHz
Power Connector
1 x USB Type-C
Dimensions
2.2 x 1.7 x 0.7" / 55 x 44 x 17 mm
Weight
1.38 oz / 39 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.385 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
6.2 x 4.1 x 1.4"

Atomos UltraSync ONE Reviews

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Will this work with a canon 80d ? Using the the ...

Will this work with a canon 80d ? Using the the audio 3.5mm and LTC of course. I was a bit confused and the for atom and ninja. Than you
Asked by: Jeffrey
The Canon 80D does not have a Clean HDMI output for use with an Atomos Ninja recorder. You may be able to sync it up with this, but this product is designed for use with an Atomos Recording Monitor.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2021-01-14

Will this work with the gh5 (not gh5s)

Will this work with the gh5 (not gh5s)
Asked by: Anonymous
You can also adapt the TC output on the Ultrasync to stereo mini plug and stripe the Timecode as audio onto any camera that doesnt have a TC input. Your editing software must support TC on audio (for example Davinci Resolve does this)
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-12-17

I am trying to timecode sync my ultrasync one to ...

I am trying to timecode sync my ultrasync one to my atomos Ninja V and I can't find the instructions. The one that clips on to the back is now discontinued. How can I sync it up? Please help.
Asked by: Andres
The Atomos CONNECT Network, Wireless & SDI Expansion for NINJA V/V+ (BH #ATOMCON003 • MFR #ATOMCON003) allows you to timecode sync the Ninja V and replaces the discontinued Atomos AtomX SYNC module.
Answered by: Zacky
Date published: 2022-11-18

Is there a cable for RED Komodo timecode and ...

Is there a cable for RED Komodo timecode and genlock?
Asked by: Philipp
This cable from Atomos will provide timecode connection - https://bhpho.to/2IKoAFx
Answered by: Bruno
Date published: 2020-11-17

Will this trigger recording on my Zoom F6?

Will this trigger recording on my Zoom F6?
Asked by: Gregory
The Atomos UltraSync ONE RF Timecode Sync for AtomX Sync and Ninja V does not have a trigger function, it simply generates and transmits time code.
Answered by: Paige K
Date published: 2022-05-11

If I have a MixPre 6 II attached to the ...

If I have a MixPre 6 II attached to the UltraSynch-1, can the UltraSynch-1 act as a master and provide timecode to the new Atomos X Control accessory attached to the Ninja V+?
Asked by: Marshall
The MixPre 6II (and the 3II and 10II) has a very accurate timecode generator built in. You can jam that to the UltraSync, and it should stay true until you power it down. Then simply jam it again. You don't need to tie up an UltraSync for the MixPre.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2022-11-21

I purchased the ultrasync one as well as the ...

I purchased the ultrasync one as well as the atomx sync for my ninja. But if I want a smaller rig without the ninja, I am wondering if it's possible to use a y-splitter cable to attach a small mic to my dslr and then plug the mic and the ultrasync into the dslr via the splitter cable and get timecode on one audio channel and external mic audio on the other channel?
Asked by: Andrew
You would need a breakout cable, not a splitter cable. You'd need a cable to give you two jacks: a "left" jack, and a "right" jack. Plug the mike into left, and the UltraSync into right, and you should be good to go. Such a cable would *look* like a splitter cable, but it has to be two discreet channels, which is why Paige K from B&H said a splitter cable wouldn't work.
Answered by: Craig
Date published: 2022-09-30

Is "Atmos" version compatible with the previous ...

Is "Atmos" version compatible with the previous "Timecode Systems" version of the UltraSync One?
Asked by: Bill
The Atomos UltraSync ONE RF Timecode Sync is compatible with Atomo's other timecode systems and other RF timecode sync devices.
Answered by: Raymond B
Date published: 2021-02-25
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