The Atomos Ninja V is a compact, 5-inch, HDMI video recorder capable of capturing DCI 4K up to 60 fps to SSDmedia. Key features include:
10-bit, 1000 cd/m², 1920 × 1080, touchscreen display
10-bit, 4:2:2 ProRes & DNxHR recording
Powered by a single Sony L battery
Records to SSD media
DCI 4K/60p ProRes & DNxHR Recording. The Atomos Ninja V is a very capable recorder that borrows a lot of its features from the larger 7-inch Atomos Ninja Inferno, but offers them in a more compact form factor. On the Ninja V, DCI as well as UHD 4K can be recorded at frame rates up to 60p, and footage can be saved in ProRes or DNxHR formats. Recorded files will have a maximum of 10-bit 4:2:2 chroma subsampling.
5-Inch, 1000 cd/m², IPS LCD Screen. This recorder has a bright, daylight-viewable LCD panel with touchscreen controls. The 1920×1080, 427 ppi resolution provides super crisp images on the 5" display, and the 10-bit bit depth renders rich, accurate colors. A sun hood is provided to obscure direct sunlight.
AtomHDR Display. The traditional Rec.709 video standard is based on an 8-bit color depth and about 6.5 stops of dynamic range. The Ninja V’s monitor features a wide 10-stop dynamic range, making it capable of natively displaying log footage without it looking washed out. Built-in presets for Sony, Canon, Panasonic, ARRI, RED, and JVCcameras convert the typically flat-looking log-based images into vibrant HDR pictures. Please note that the preset looks will only actually affect viewing; the recorded footage remains totally unaltered.
HDMI-Only Interface. The Ninja V offers full-size HDMI input and output ports. If you need SDI ports, you’ll need the 7" ATOMOS Shogun Inferno.
Media & Power. This recorder takes the same Master Caddy II SSD enclosure that has been used for the last few generations of Atomos products. SSD media is not included.
Video cables not included! With there being so many different variations of HDMI and SDI cables you could possibly need depending on your rig, we've elected to not bundle any video cables with the rental. However, here are links our available cables: HDMI Cables
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