The Atomos Shinobi is a 5.2-inch 4K HDMI on-camera monitor that is capable of displaying DCI 4K, UHD 4K, and HD video inputs. Key features include:
10-bit FRC IPS screen with 1000 cd/m² brightness
4K HDMI input, AtomHDR Mode with 10-Stop Dynamic Range
Supports a range of log formats
Ultra compact monitor
Bright, Versatile Screen. The Atomos Shinobi 5.2-inch 4K HDMI Monitor lets you monitor 4K footage in DCI or UHD format up to 29.97 fps, and in 1080p up to 59.94 fps. It features a 10-bit FRC IPS screen with a brightness of 1000 cd/m², making it excellent for indoor and outdoor use. You can use it in daylight without needing a hood, and the screen is color calibrated for maximum accuracy.
AtomHDR Display. The traditional Rec.709 video standard is based off an 8-bit color depth and about 6.5 stops of dynamic range. The Shinobi’s display panel features a wide 10-stop dynamic range and a 10-bit signal processor, making it capable of natively displaying log footage without it looking washed out. It supports Sony, Canon, Panasonic, ARRI, RED, and JVC log formats.
Built-In HDR Signal Management. While it can be tough to monitor log and HDR signals with conventional equipment, the Shinobi’s built-in HDR signal management functions convert the log signal to the PQ standard for compatibility with consumer and professional HDR equipment.
Anamorphic De-Squeeze. The Shinobi supports anamorphic de-squeeze, which lets you comfortably view anamorphic footage with a squeeze of 2x, 1.5x, 1.22, and Panasonic 8:3.
Audio Monitoring. You get HDMI audio input/output and a 3.5mm headphone jack for easy audio monitoring.
Construction and Power. The Shinobi was designed with a focus on a real-world production environments. It has a lightweight plastic chassis and is powered by a single Sony L-Series type battery. Please note, batteries are not included with the rental but are available as separate rental items.
The Atomos Shinobi 5" 4K HDMI Monitor does NOT include batteries or a battery charger, only an AC adapter. If you'd like to rent batteries, please check it out here.