Real-Time HDR Resolving with Atomos

For shooters who are keen to take advantage of the ability of the increasing number of mirrorless and DSLR cameras to shoot log footage, and for pros using more advanced cameras, Atomos provides an array of field recorder/monitors with HDR capabilities. For studio environments, Atomos also offers the dual-display, rack-mounted Shogun Studio system.

NAB 2017: Atomos Sumo Enters the Ring

Atomos has introduced its latest monitor/recorder contender at NAB 2017, the 4Kp/60 HDR 19" Sumo. Capable of capturing 4K 12-bit RAW and 10-bit ProRes/DNxHR, the Sumo also offers real-time HDR color grading, and live 1080p/60 switching with up to four-ISO recording.

NAB 2017: Monitoring and Recording

2017 is a big year for monitors and recorders at NAB, with new models introduced by Atomos, ikan, Marshall Electronics, SmallHD, and Transvideo, covering between them applications from compact on-camera to full-size HDR.

Atomos Blazes Forward with the Ninja Inferno

Atomos unveils the Ninja Inferno on-camera monitor. Read about it on B&H Explora.

New Shogun and Ninja Flame Recording Monitors from Atomos

While they may have been overshadowed by the newly available and superbly powerful Shogun Inferno, the Atomos Shogun Flame and Ninja Flame are still worth a look.  

Atomos Shogun Inferno Updates Software to 8.11

Further extending the functionality of its current top-of-the-line Shogun Inferno, Atomos has announced a firmware update. In addition to improving the overall stability and reliability, new features introduced in this update are as follows:

Behind the Scenes of the Luxli Viola Commercial BTS Video

The Luxli Viola 5" Multi-Color On-Camera LED light is a compact but powerful creative tool. How does Luxli illustrate its versatility and usefulness? How about a video? Even better, how about a video about making the video?

Atomos Shogun Inferno Fires Up On-Camera Monitoring and Recording

Small Professional Cameras for Videographers

Whenever I think of professional video cameras, my mind is drawn to those ubiquitous shoulder-mounted beasts on news sets, and hundred-pound 35mm film camera setups in movie studios. Romanticizing the idea of the iconic professional camera is easy to do. Generally speaking, the content that most people consume is created with gear that fits into that stereotype. In most cases, the cost, storage space, and maintenance required by that equipment is more than a single person can bear.

Atomos Firmware Update: HDR Functionality for Shogun and Ninja


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