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- 7" 1920 x 1200 Touchscreen Display
- 4K60 HDMI 2.0 In/Out, 2K60 3G-SDI In/Out
- 2200 cd/m² Brightness
- HDMI/SDI Cross Conversion
Add a bright, high-resolution monitor to view your 4K/2K footage from a cinema camera such as a Z CAM E2, Panasonic BGH1, or RED KOMODO with the Shinobi 7" 4K HDMI/SDI Monitor from Atomos.
This 7" on-camera monitor features a 1920 x 1200 10-bit FRC IPS display with a brightness of 2200 cd/m², which makes it suitable for use in both exterior and interior conditions.
This larger model improves on the original Shinobi as it adds 3G-SDI input and loop output up to 2K60, HDMI 2.0 input and loop output up to 4K60, signal cross conversion, a camera control port, dual L-series battery slots, and future possibilities with its built-in USB and RJ45 ports.
The touchscreen Shinobi 7 runs the latest AtomOS firmware that features a variety of onscreen analysis tools such as multi-scope views, exposure, framing, focus assist, waveform, RGB parade, and histogram tools. It also features an SDI card input to load custom 3D LUTs, and it supports SDR and HDR viewing.
The AtomHDR display technology allows you to accurately monitor your log gamma footage without having to view flat, washed-out images or use a LUT to compress the dynamic range and color space.
The monitor supports popular log formats from Sony, Canon, Panasonic, ARRI, RED, and JVC cameras.
It also supports camera control using its 2.5mm control port and optional cables, and it currently supports control of the Z CAM E2 series of cinema cameras.
Built to withstand the rigors of production, the Shinobi 7 features a lightweight chassis and powers from a dual L-series battery plate or using the included power adapter.
With AtomHDR you can monitor up to ten stops of dynamic range of your camera's LOG image.
Most conventional monitors can only display six or seven stops, which is fine for standard footage; but a Log image will look overly flat.
It is also superior to monitoring with a loaded LUT, which can clip the highlights and mask shadows.