Atomos SHINOBI 7 4K HDMI/SDI HDR Photo & Video Monitor
We Need To Talk About The Atomos Shinobi 7. It’s A Game Changer.
Atomos, one of the industry’s leading video monitor manufacturers. Is launching an upgraded version of the popular 5.2-inch Shinobi with the Shinobi 7. As the name suggests, the Shinobi 7 is a 7-inch extended version that’s an upgrade from the original 5.2-inch model.
However, that is not the only thing under the hood. So below are some of the upgraded features in the Atomos Shinobi 7.
Additionally, the new Atomos Shinobi 7 display has a brighter screen capable of delivering 2,200 nits of brightness. In contrast, the 5.2-inch model has a brightness of 1000 meshes. It’s still brilliant on paper, but the new display takes it to a new level. At this brightness level, you shouldn’t have a problem viewing your monitor screen during the day.
Upgraded Camera controls
While control has never been a huge issue for the tough screens. The company touts this feature as a way to maximize its new Shinobi 7’s intuitive touch screen. This is specifically designed for quick access to the camera’s most important functions.
Similarly, you can focus on beautiful images and dynamically adjust aperture, shutter angle, ND, and white balance. Include the optional Atomos USB-C serial cable. And you can take advantage of the USB and RJ45 control ports that come readily available in the Atomos Shinobi 7.
Upgrade on the live HDR
The Atomos Shinobi 7 monitor comes with a dynamic display range of 10 levels or more. These are also in real-time from the direct HLG signal. Using these unique HDR monitoring capabilities, the monitor makes it that much easier to record in HDR. And makes the post-production elements that much easier. Besides adaptive cooling, you can also prioritize fan noise reduction and maximum screen brightness.
Built-in 3D LUT box with complete integration
In addition to recording to HDR conversion, you can also use the 3D LUT capability to stream to other devices and live broadcasts instantaneously. And, you can actually upload your stream using up to eight LUT ports. This feature is available in conjunction with an SD card and its allocated slots. And instantly choose between them to always keep your creative intent.
And when used in conjunction with the selfies mode, the large screen acts as a perfectly reliable monitor—allowing the LUT to “burn” into the camera input and looks to capture the best footage for the camera.
Access to the AtomOS 10
The Atomos Shinobi 7 uses its updated AtomOS 10 platform. This is accessible with a simple one-button operation. Similarly, this Shinobi analysis function allows you to view the contents of the shot and other angles and waveform simultaneously.
And this gives you complete control over the image. Moreover, you can also switch between different shots with a single click.
Continuous shooting with dual battery slots
The monitor comes with two battery slots. So you can easily replace the battery while shooting, and it won’t get stuck. It’s easy to see that Shinobi is designed from the ground up. To optimize battery usage when monitoring, as it can run all day with a combination of two slots.
Ability to cross convert
With its ability to support up to 4Kp60 on the HDMI input. This monitor enables cross-conversion between 4K HDMI and 3G-SDI signals. And can be integrated into any video workflow. Similarly, Low-latency video signal output allows HDMI cameras to be incorporated into SDI workflows. Without the need for additional converters and vice versa.
Atomos Shinobi 7 has improved peak brightness. Moreover, its size has been upgraded to seven inches, and it is even brighter than the original so that one can use it with more ambient light. Besides, the company promises that now you can shoot in bright lighting without the need for a cover.