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Atomos UltraSync ONE 3-Unit Bundle (US/Canada Version)

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Atomos UltraSync ONE 3-Unit Bundle (US/Canada Version)
Key Features
  • 3 x UltraSync ONE Units
  • Sync Frame-Accurate Timecode via RF
  • Provides BNC Genlock, LTC, Word Clock
  • Standalone, Master, or Slave Modes
Sync timecode using genlock, LTC, or word clock between your cameras, audio recorders, smartphones, and other supported devices with this UltraSync ONE 3-Unit Bundle from Atomos. This set includes three compact UltraSync ONE units of the US/Canada frequency model that provide timecode sync and can pair each source via RF signals with RF sync devices such as the Atomos AtomX SYNC or other UltraSync ONE units for viewing on Ninja V or Shogun monitors or compatible audio recorders. Each unit 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 this UltraSync ONE 3-Unit Bundle from Atomos. This set includes three compact UltraSync ONE units of the US/Canada frequency model that provide timecode sync and can pair each source via RF signals with RF sync devices such as the Atomos AtomX SYNC or other UltraSync ONE units for viewing on Ninja V or Shogun monitors or compatible audio recorders. Each unit features a bright OLED display for timecode and status information.

Each 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. A blue LTC cable and a red genlock cable are both included.

The UltraSync 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 each unit, which features a built-in 800mAh LiPo battery that lasts up to approximately 24 hours. The USB cable is also used to update the firmware.

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 TypeOLED
Display Resolution128 x 32
TimecodeFree Run: TCX0 0.5 ppm
Approximately 1 Frame Drift in 24 Hours
0 ppm Drift when RF Locked to Master
Output Connector1 x BNC SYNC (Genlock, LTC, Word Clock)
Input/Output Connectors1 x BNC LTC
Supported Frame Rates23.98
24
25
30D (Drop Frame)
30
29.97D (Drop Frame)
29.97
Battery TypeBuilt-In Lithium-Ion Polymer (LiPo)
Battery Capacity3.7 V, 800 mAh, 2.96 Wh
Battery Charge Time3 Hours
Input Voltage5 VDC
Battery Run Time~24 Hours
RF RangeUp to 656' / 200 m
Number of ChannelsUp to 14
Frequency Range865.050 to 923.200 MHz
Power Connector1 x USB Type-C
Dimensions2.2 x 1.7 x 0.7" / 55 x 44 x 17 mm
Weight1.38 oz / 39 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.385 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.2 x 4.1 x 1.4"

Atomos UltraSync ONE Reviews

Time bomb

By Max
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-21

An internal, non-replaceable battery is a deal breaker. It's just a matter of time when the battery dies and your expensive gadget turns into a brick. Good manufacturers use a good ole AA or AAA batteries to power their devices.

Poor Connectors

By Jean-Sebastien
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-02

Since the switch form ultra sync to atomos, the din connector are problematic, The cable won't connect correctly and disconnect easily. New cable or cable made by atomos have the same issue

A Valuable Orphan

By David
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-24

The form factor and function of this device are very good. The major objection I have is that, although it's branded and sold as an Atomos product, and the sparse information in the packaging points to Atomos websites, there is absolutely no information at Atomos. An email to Atomos customer service clarifies that all support is available at the Timecode Systems Limited website. I think that a product as specialized and expensive as this should have better documentation. I would also like to see the back order in the cable I need to make it work with a mirrorless camera resolved.

great little TC box, needs better connector

By Adam
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-17

I'm a big fan of the simplicity, reliability, range, tiny size, and battery life of these units. My only complaint is that the connectors don't lock into place, so it takes relatively little pressure on the cable to pop it off accidentally. As long as you make sure to dress your cables safely so there's no danger of snagging them, the UltraSync works great.

Great product, syncs fast!

By Nash
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-09-11

Great little timecode box. The menu is easy to figure out and you can sync multiple units together in an instant. Highly recommend !

Syncs natively in Davinci Resolve

By Jin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-26

Davinci Resolve will natively sync time code recorded on an audio track with a couple of quick steps. First make sure the devices are set with one as master and the others as slaves. On the master set the frame rate to match your camera, this will automatically update the slaves to be on the same frame rate (if you don't match the frame rate the audio will be off a few frames when you sync). Plug a time code device into each device - cameras (through the audio jack if using an DSLR/Mirrorless camera), audio recorder (most audio recorders will accept the timecode from the ultrasync and save it to the audio recording as timecode - see instructions for your device). Dump all the files into the media page on Davinci Resolve. To update timecode on videos, select all of the video files and right click then choose update timecode from audio track. You will then see the Start TC and End TC get updated to the timecode from the audio track. To sync external audio select all the video and audio tracks and right click and select: auto sync audioBased on Timecode. This will automatically sync the audio to your video and replace the video audio track with the audio from your external recorder. If you used a splitter and recorded time code on one stereo track and scratch audio on the other then you can choose Based on Timecode and Append Tracks. Once set up correctly it works perfectly and a huge time saver. A couple cons about the device is that it doesn't come with a LTC to 3.5mm cable, and the cables are very expensive. Also, there is not a good way to mount unless you buy the silicone case and the case is thick so it makes it difficult to press the buttons. Also, the menu system is very difficult to use, and nonintuitive so I have to carry around a hard copy print out for some functions.

Only reasonable option for wireless genlock but...

By Michael
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-18

I owned a couple of Tentacles before I bought a three pack of Ultrasync Ones. Editors LOVE it when you genlock big project cameras (namely REDs since Alexa's can genlock themselves off a TC source). I thought, I at least want the option to genlock. What I didn't expect was the cons I'd have to suffer for that option. The tentacles are incredibly simple and reliable. These have an awful, confusing menu that is easy to mess up or be confused by. What's worse (and is the main reason I'm giving this two stars) is that the buttons are awful. Button presses are constantly unread or register as being held erroneously. I'll be scrolling through the terrible menu and hit select on something only for the power down countdown to show up as if I'm holding it for 3 seconds. What I really hate, is when you do want to power on/off these things, it makes you press up and down twice in succession to confirm. On average I have to try FOUR times to get it to turn on or off. It is VERY frustrating to deal with buttons that don't work while you're setting up for the day. I suppose it's possible I got THREE defective units so if they do actually fix them I'll alter this review. Now, the reason I haven't given these 1 Star is that when you don't need to interact with the menu regularly, they work very well. In addition to being jammable, they have an option to connect a continuous TC input. What this means is when I connect the master to my Mixpre 10ii TC output, it essentially becomes a wireless antenna for my mixer's TC. It is very satisfying to control TC from my Mixpre touchscreen and watch how any settings I change like the Time of Day or FPS are sent and synced to the other Ultrasyncs within seconds. So if I did mess up something like the framerate, all I'd have to do is change it on my Mixpre and the other's sync within moments. With the tentacles, I'd have to power all of them off and rescync them with my phone. The other major con is the cables. I HATE these din connectors. The tentacles use 3.5 TRS cables which are super inexpensive and easy to get in any length you like. Even the special TRS to custom RED or ALEXA cables aren't obscenely expensive. The Ultrasync din cables on the other hand, are pretty expensive and somehow get weaker over time. I have no idea if there's a proper way to remove them but the more I pull them off the weaker their next connection seems to be. This hasn't proven to be a problem yet but at least the tentacles have a lock on the connector that I would feel comfortable letting it dangle from. Overall I'd say I'm happy with these when I don't have to change any settings for specific cameras. If tentacle made a wireless genlock device however...

Does what it's supposed to

By Reid
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-18

Works great, no drift. Battery life is awesome, easy to use. Solid unit for the most part The only complaint is I don't like the DIN connectors, why not use something more common place like BNC.

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