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Atomos Ninja Blade 5" HDMI On-Camera Monitor & Recorder
|Price:||$395.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- 1280 x 720 On-Camera Monitor & Recorder || 5" IPS/325 DPI Touchscreen Display || Waveform, Vectorscope, Focus Peaking
- Records 1080p30, 1080i60, 10-Bit, 4:2:2 || ProRes or DNxHD Encoding and Playback
- HDMI Input and Loop-Output || Records to 2.5" HDDs/SSDs
- Cut and Tag Editing Tool || 2x Master Drive Caddies || Canon, Nikon Type Battery Adapters
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|Package Height||4.65 x 11.5 x 14.33 inches|
|Shipping Weight||5.73 pounds|
The Atomos Ninja Blade 5" HDMI Monitor & Recorder features a 1280 x 720 resolution display with 325 dpi providing a sharp image, in a small monitoring package. It records up to 1080 30p/60i resolution via HDMI to an available HDD or SSD using either Apple's ProRes or Avid's DNxHD codecs. Recording at 10-bit with 4:2:2 color sampling, this unit provides you a monitoring and recording solution in one compact battery powered unit.
The Ninja Blade features an on screen display system that allows you to select the functions you wish to control with a touch of your finger. Select from waveform or vectorscope overlay to view the signals, focus peaking helps you to see what is in focus in your shot.
Blade accepts 2.5" HDDs/SSDs, which are sold separately. This is the full version, which includes a docking station that offloads these drives to your computer via USB 3.0/2.0. You also get a Sony-type NP-F570 battery, a charger, an AC adapter for continuous power, and two master caddies for available HDD/SSD It features two 1/4"-20 threaded mounting holed, one each top and bottom.
* 325DPI, 5" IPS 1280 x 720 capacitive touchscreen monitor/recorder.
* Waveform RGB & luma parade, vectorscope with zoom, and test pattern generator.
* Adjustable gamma, contrast and brightness.
* HDMI input and output.
* Real-time monitoring, playback, playout to a PC or Mac with QuickTime, and edit logging.
* Focus peaking, 0-100% zebra, and two modes of false color monitoring.
* Records 10-bit, 4:2:2 in ProRes or DNxHD.
* S-Log / C-Log recording.
* Trigger REC/STOP from camera (Canon, Sony, ARRI, Panasonic, RED, JVC)
* Timecode from camera.
* 2.5" HDD/SSD media storage.
Top customer reviews
- Easy to set up
- HDMI in
- Different record modes and codecs, which all look great on playback
- Major problems with the unit shutting off randomly. I think it has to do with either heat or static electricity, but it's not durable. I returned one unit that shut off when it overheated, and returned another unit that shut off when it encountered any kind of static.
- Too many dropped frames on my third unit. I'm using a manufacturer recommended SSD on a flat surface in an office setting (no jolts or movements), and this unit drops frames every 2-3 minutes for no reason.
Overall, I can't recommend this unit if you're in a line of work by me where an uninterrupted video recording is a necessity. There's some serious manufacturing issues that prevent this from being a useable product.
The website states very clearly this is 400nits and and that is not very bright and that's okay, It's only $400. And now I'm double telling you to be mindful that it is not ideal for bright daytime usage. So if you can afford the Ninja Flame I would spring for it.
I would also recommend getting the double capacity batteries 570s, this thing chews through them.