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Atomos Sumo 19" SE HDR Monitor, Recorder, and Switcher

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Atomos Sumo 19" SE HDR Monitor, Recorder, and Switcher
Key Features
  • 1920 x 1080 IPS Touchscreen Display
  • HDMI 2.0 & 12G-SDI Inputs/Outputs
  • Quad-HD Live Switching & 5-Ch Recording
  • 1200 cd/m² (±10%) Brightness
With an upgraded 19" 1920 x 1080 IPS touchscreen display and 1200 cd/m² brightness, the Atomos Sumo 19" SE HDR Monitor, Recorder, and Switcher maintains the same 4K recording, monitoring, and switching capabilities of its predecessor with a sharper and brighter display. Four 12G-SDI inputs and one HDMI 2.0 input can receive video signals up to 4K60 and support live quad-channel switching. Five-channel recording captures the input feeds as well as the live switching to create one output video for efficient viewing. Genlock and LTC timecode are also supported by the HDMI 2.0 and quad-SDI connections.
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Atomos SUMO19 SE Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4Intuitive Interface
  • 5SE Upgrades and Features
  • 6Live Quad-Channel HD Switching and Recording
  • 7Two XLR Inputs with Phantom Power
  • 8Powering the SE
With an upgraded 19" 1920 x 1080 IPS touchscreen display and 1200 cd/m² brightness, the Atomos Sumo 19" SE HDR Monitor, Recorder, and Switcher maintains the same 4K recording, monitoring, and switching capabilities of its predecessor with a sharper and brighter display. Four 12G-SDI inputs and one HDMI 2.0 input can receive video signals up to 4K60 and support live quad-channel switching. Five-channel recording captures the input feeds as well as the live switching to create one output video for efficient viewing. Genlock and LTC timecode are also supported by the HDMI 2.0 and quad-SDI connections.
Intuitive Interface
The Sumo 19" SE can record in ProRes RAW and 8-bit+FRC 422 ProRes/DNxHR encoding formats. RAW, Log, PQ, and HLG outputs from various cameras or gaming consoles can be processed by the device and mapped to display 10+ stops of dynamic range HDR in real time. This makes the Sumo 19" SE ideal for monitoring in the field by the director or client. Two XLR inputs with +48V phantom power support balanced audio recording with external devices. Included desktop feet, mounting supplies, and various power supply options allow you to easily integrate the Sumo 19" SE into your studio setup.
SE Upgrades and Features
  • Upgraded 19" IPS display with 1200 cd/m² brightness (±10%)
  • Live, quad-channel HD switching and recording
  • Supports recording in ProRes RAW and 10-bit 422 ProRes/DNxHR
  • HDMI 2.0 and quad-SDI support genlock and LTC timecode
  • Works in HLG and PQ formats of HDR
Live Quad-Channel HD Switching and Recording
  • Record four streams simultaneously as separate ISOs while cueing and switching in real time
  • Record fifth channel of switched feel and display, resulting in mixed output live on set (via HDMI or SDI)
  • Switching is asynchronous and can be output with Atomos Connect 4K
    Two XLR Inputs with Phantom Power
    • Full-size XLR connections with +48 phantom power
    • Connect two external microphones for balanced analog audio recording and monitoring
    • Dedicated meters, gain controls, and adjustments for frame delay on each channel
    • Mic or line-level audio can be synced with embedded HDMI and SDI audio
    Powering the SE
    • Dual 4-pin XLR inputs for continuous dual-battery power
    • Includes BattWing mounting bracket for integration of V-mount or Gold mount battery 95Wh or larger
    • Includes AC power supply, 12-16.8 VDC input

    Atomos SUMO19 SE Specs

    Key Specs
    Display Size
    19.00" / 48.3 cm
    Native Resolution
    1920 x 1080
    Touchscreen
    Yes
    HDR Support
    Yes, Hybrid Log Gamma
    Video I/O
    1x HDMI 2.0 Input
    1x HDMI 2.0 Output
    4x BNC (12G-SDI) Input
    1x BNC (12G-SDI) Output
    Media/Memory Card Slot
    No
    Video Format
    HDMI/SDI (10-Bit 4:2:2)
    UHD 4K: 60
    DCI 4K: 60
    Phantom Power
    +48 V
    Built-In Battery
    No
    Battery Type
    2x V-Mount, Gold Mount
    Power Consumption
    75 W
    Mounting
    10x 1/4"-20 Female
    5x 3/8"-16 Female
    Display
    Panel Type
    IPS-Type LCD
    Display Size
    19.00" / 48.3 cm
    Native Resolution
    1920 x 1080
    Aspect Ratio
    16:9
    Touchscreen
    Yes
    Maximum Brightness
    1200 nits / cd/m2
    Bit Depth / Color Support
    8-Bit+FRC (1.07 Billion Colors)
    HDR Support
    Yes, Hybrid Log Gamma
    Pixels Per Inch (ppi)
    120 ppi
    Real-Time LUT Monitoring
    SDR, HDR
    Image Controls
    Anamorphic De-Squeeze, False Color, Focus Peaking, OSD Flip, Pixel Zoom, RGB Parade, Vectorscope, Waveform, Zebra
    Inputs / Outputs
    Video I/O
    1x HDMI 2.0 Input
    1x HDMI 2.0 Output
    4x BNC (12G-SDI) Input
    1x BNC (12G-SDI) Output
    Embedded Audio
    HDMI: 8-Channel
    SDI: 12-Channel
    Audio I/O
    2x XLR Input
    2x XLR Output
    1x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Headphone Output
    Built-In Speaker
    2x 5 W
    Power I/O
    2x XLR 4-Pin (14.4 VDC) Input
    1x XLR 4-Pin (16.8 VDC) Input
    Other I/O
    1x BNC (Genlock) Input
    1x 2.5 mm (LANC) Input
    Media/Memory Card Slot
    No
    File System Support
    exFAT
    Bluetooth
    No
    Mobile App Compatible
    No
    Format Support
    Video Format
    HDMI/SDI (10-Bit 4:2:2)
    UHD 4K: 60
    DCI 4K: 60
    Gamma Curve
    DCI-P3, DCI-P3+, Panasonic V-Gamut, Rec709
    Video Signal Conversion
    HDMI to SDI

    SDI to HDMI
    Timecode Support
    Yes
    Recording
    Pulldown Conversion
    2:2, 3:2
    Camera Trigger
    SDI, HDMI
    Pre-Roll Record
    Full HD: 8 Seconds
    4K: 2 Seconds
    Encoding Formats
    x
    ProRes Raw
    ProRes 422 HQ 10-Bit
    DNxHR 422 HQ 10-Bit
    Closed Caption Support
    No
    Reference Input
    No
    Phantom Power
    +48 V
    Power
    Input Power
    12 to 16.8 VDC
    Built-In Battery
    No
    Battery Type
    2x V-Mount, Gold Mount
    Power Consumption
    75 W
    Mounting
    Mounting-Hole Pattern
    100 x 100 mm
    Mounting
    10x 1/4"-20 Female
    5x 3/8"-16 Female
    Environmental
    Certifications
    No
    Operating Temperature
    72°F / 40°C
    General
    Material of Construction
    Aluminum, Polycarbonate
    Dimensions
    19.8 x 13 x 7.1" / 504 x 330 x 180 mm (Including Feet)
    19.8 x 12.2 x 2.5" / 504 x 310 x 63 mm (Excluding Feet)
    Weight
    12.02 lb / 5.45 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight
    21.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
    24 x 15.25 x 7.25"

    Atomos SUMO19 SE Reviews

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    Im really just curious whether this is a designed ...

    Im really just curious whether this is a designed as a studio monitor versus a field monitor. Would it work for either?
    Asked by: RB
    Yes, The Atomos Sumo 19" SE HDR Monitor would make a great Studio monitor as well.
    Answered by: Chris H
    Date published: 2024-01-18

    Does it have scaler on each input? Or it has to ...

    Does it have scaler on each input? Or it has to be same resolution per input?
    Asked by: Felix
    All the inputs of the Atomos Sumo 19" SE when recording ISO's ( Quad recording) must have the same resolution and framerate.
    Answered by: Chris H
    Date published: 2022-11-08

    The Hollyland Cosmo C1 receiver works perfectly ...

    The Hollyland Cosmo C1 receiver works perfectly using HDM to the SUMO 19 HDMI port. How to use SDI? Which monitor settings?
    Asked by: Shiggy
    To use the Hollyland Cosmo C1 SDI/HDMI Wireless Video Transmission System with the Atomos Sumo 19" SE HDR Monitor, Recorder, and Switcher, an SDI cable would be needed to connect to one of the SDI in ports on the Sumo. You would then select the corresponding SDI input on the input menu.
    Answered by: Tim Z
    Date published: 2024-05-05

    What is the record duration for 4 simultaneous ...

    What is the record duration for 4 simultaneous ProRes RAW 4k inputs at 24p? And 60p? Use a 1tb SSD for an example please. I also want to confirm this can record four simultaneous 4k inputs.... Not just four 1080p simultaneous inputs.
    Asked by: Brandon
    I estimate that the Atomos Sumo 19" SE HDR Monitor, Recorder, and Switcher would fill up a 1TB SSD in 55 minutes when shooting 4k ProRes Raw at 24p and it would fill 1TB in around 20 minutes at 60p.
    Answered by: Paige K
    Date published: 2022-07-11

    Which monitor mount would work this monitor to ...

    Which monitor mount would work this monitor to attach to c-stand or slider stand?
    Asked by: William
    Please review the following item 9.SOLUTIONS VESA Mount to 5/8" Receptacle BH #9SV58R • MFR #9.XV1014 https://bhpho.to/2YAOj5t
    Answered by: hectorm
    Date published: 2022-07-04

    Does this come with feet or a stand?

    Does this come with feet or a stand?
    Asked by: Josh
    The Atomos Sumo 19" SE HDR Monitor comes with two desktop Feet included.
    Answered by: Chris H
    Date published: 2022-06-24

    Is there any way to adjust color in the field to ...

    Is there any way to adjust color in the field to match other monitors besides the lift gamma gain controls in Display Options?
    Asked by: Jacob
    Unfortunately, no. They left out any color adjustments in favor of recommending people buy expensive calibration cables/equipment to fix the issues their brand new monitors have.
    Answered by: John
    Date published: 2023-03-03

    I can't figure out how to adjust the brightness ...

    I can't figure out how to adjust the brightness or backlight of this monitor? It's SO bright in a dark edit bay.
    Asked by: Kevin
    In the Atomos SUMO manual Page 32 when in REC 709 mode you will have access to Brightness controls. See P32 https://bit.ly/3USfXsl With this mode selected you have the option to change the screen brightness by adjusting the slider. As you slide to the right the brightness will increase and when at 100% the image will be using the full 1200 NITs of the display. As with any electronic screen device increasing the brightness will increase the power draw and battery life will be affected accordingly.
    Answered by: Chris H
    Date published: 2022-11-22
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