05.04.2016 - 08.04.2016 — Hall: 4.0 Stand: B 56
Atomos exist to help creative professionals cut through technology barriers by creating easy to use, cutting edge products including 4K & HD Monitor-recorders, a pocket size ProRes recorder, signal converters & power management solutions. Each product serves a different need but all share the common benefit of enabling a faster, higher quality and more affordable production schedule for video professionals.
4K under 1K
At this year’s Pro Light + Sound, Atomos will present a selection of its famous recorder/monitor combinations.
Foremost the well-known and successful 4K-recorders “Shogun” and “Ninja Assassin” as well as the professional event recorder “Shogun Studio”. You can start recording 4K in a professional codec like ProRes 4.2.2. or Avid DNxHR for just 995€ and never miss any detail when shooting, thanks to the brilliant 7”HD display. Feel free to have a look and convince yourself. Our staff is looking forward welcome you.
Thanks to the brilliant 7” HD touch display (1920 x 1080, 325ppi), you can now see easily if you have pulled the focus right and what the image will look like. But even the human eye is limited. To make sure you´re not missing any detail, the recorder is equipped with a lot of tools to help you analyze the picture. E.g. peaking, vectorscope, waveform, zebra, and many more. Furthermore you now have the possibility to create impressive time laps shots already as a video file. To help you improve your workflow you can easily tag scenes with good, bad etc. directly at the shot or when reviewing the footage in a break.
Better quality and professional, edit-friendly video codec
Bypass the highly compressed internal MPEG / h.264 compression from the camera increasing color accuracy (with 4:2:2 color sampling) and color resolution with 10-bit color (1 Billion Colors). The edit ready Apple ProRes or AVID DNxHR video files created by Atomos recorders are visually lossless with each frame being captured in full resolution (I frame recording) just like film. To deal with the bigger data, they record onto affordable 2,5” computer storage media, making 4K-UHD the same cost as affordable HD today.