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Atomos Shogun Inferno | 7 Inch Touchscreen Recording Camera Monitor
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- 7" SuperAtom 325 PPI 1920x1200 IPS Touch Screen || Flame AtomHDR Sunhood.
- Atomos HPRC Custom Carry Case (hard shell).
- SSD/HDD Master Caddy II x 5, 5200mAh Battery x 2 (NP770 N,L), Single Fast AC Battery Charger 12V/2A.
- HDD/SSD Docking Station (USB 3.0 Only), D-Tap to DC Barrel coil cable, LockingCircular to Balanced XLR 2in/2out configurable, 12v 3A, Shogun DC Power Supply x2.
- NEW FIRMWARE AVAILABLE: New Firmware now compatible with Sony PS4 Pro HDR output for high quality game recording, also has bug fixes. Can be downloaded from Atomos website..
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The Shogun Inferno is packed with an extensive suite of scopes, all 1-touch away and simple to use. The Video OS includes tools for focus, framing & exposure (Focus peaking, 2:1/1:1 zoom, Zebra, False Color, Safe Area, luma/RGB parade, vectorscope) along with a flexible 3D LUT implementation (use built-in LUTs or upload .cube files) and options for de-squeezing anamorphic content.
The Shogun Inferno has multiple audio options replacing the need for a separate audio recorder. Monitor up to 8ch of embedded HDMI audio, up to 12ch of SDI audio or use the included XLR breakout cable to connect with external microphones for balanced analogue audio with 48V phantom power.
Outside of RAW and high frame rate 4:2:2 Apple ProRes / AVID DNxHR recording, the Shogun Inferno adds recording functionality not found in other recorders. Trigger start/stop recording over HDMI or SDI popular cameras, convert interlace to progressive signals on the fly with built-in 3:2 and 2:2 pulldown or use features like Pre-roll (continuous cache recording) and Time lapse to maximise your creativity.
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-It's breathed new life into my A7s, the prores files it records are much more flexible in post and obviously have more resolution due to 4k (vs. 1080p internal recording). I have yet to use it with other cameras but I intend to soon.
-The screen has great detail and is BRIGHT! I'm loving the HDR option, though it's kinda tricky to use with an 8bit image.
- Loadable LUTs are wonderful. You can make your own and load up the 8 on the drive. My director loves the image with a "look" rather that the log image. No more explaining the clients why the image looks all flat and bland.
-The scopes are great, although I wish there was an option to have them small on the bottom and not overlayed on the image. Small, med, and large view are all overlayed.
- No proxy recording?! seems like a simple and very useful function to add. My A7s can't record internally while outputting 4K so all I have for the editor are big files.
- Fan can be LOUD, about as loud as my macbook pro when running hot. Not the worst, but certainly could be quieter.
- something weird happens to the image when punched in for 1-1 focus confirmation. Even when not using a LUT the image looses contrast for some reason. Hopefully it's fixed with a firmware update.
- eats batteries. I usually run the A7s and the shogun of the same Gold mount battery and three usually last me a day. When I throw it on a Ronin and use the supplied batteries, I'm lucky to get 30 minutes each.
- The hardcase it came in reeks like fish. I've had several people ask me what the deal it. I'm assuming there's some kind of weird off-gassing from the manufacturing process. I left it open for a few days to air out, but still stinks. I think it's the foam. Kinda gross.
I still have some feature to test out (RAW recording, primarily) and I'll update this review once the latest firmware is released.
So in 60p, hit record, unit dies immediately, even with 2 full 970's, the 970 batteries don't work again until I connect them to the charger for a few seconds, then they work again. There is a lot of heat on the unit and cells, I can not imagine this being good for long term health of the batteries.
On the viewing side it has nice detail in the blacks, in fact very good, but the highlights are terrible in my opinion. My old cheap LED monitors have better highlight detail, but of course the blacks are not good on those. You can use a slider on the screen to look at exposure range, so basically you can see everything its getting , but the viewing range on the monitor to me does not seem able to show the full range all at one setting, it's there, but you have to understand it's limitations.A solution, would be to use the Inferno and a cheap monitor, but how would that work??? Yes it is overall a good monitor only, and until you hit record (in 30p and 60p), has decent battery performance, at least it was as expected. On one of my reboots it asked for another firmware update, but it shows 8.0 as current, and that's what is loaded.
So if you can use some external power bank, AC or something it does seem to record in spec, up to 60p, just not with the Sony batteries it is intended to work with, in the 30p and 60p settings. On external power the 60p 4k does seem to work with further testing, but not on any of my batteries attached