Atomos Ninja V Pro Kit Review

Atomos Ninja V Pro Kit Review

Atomos has released the Ninja V Pro Pack, which allows users to capture RAW over SDI from selected cameras. This Ninja V Pro-Kit also comes with a number of attachments that improve versatility. The Ninja V Pro-Kit had been developed to cover the difference between compressed cinematic and mirrorless lenses, which can produce RAW via HDMI or SDI. Pro-Kit also stretches the boundaries of such cameras, capturing down to 6K 12-bit RAW outwardly on the Ninja onboard SSD.

Pro-Kit also offers the opportunity to a cross-convert digital signal, offering a flexible option for tracking and play-out/review. Crafted to deliver numerous recording alternatives between both HDMI port mirrorless cameras and SDI-output film lenses this kit will remain competitive with your selection of the new cameras for any job you do.

Expectations Proven Through Performance

The durable 5′′ aluminum display recorder helps lens owners and specialists to operate with every one of the new cameras on a lightweight rig. Great for running and firearm projects, documentary filming, and close-up scenes that enable the cameraperson to be agile or portable. The lightweight 5′′ 1000nit display of the Ninja V is intended to start providing a basis for optimization and serviceability. 

Coupled with the AtomX SDI unit and also some significant tweaking under the covers, the Pro Kit offers the ability to capture RAW through SDI by one of the finest compact cameras in the marketplace. No RAW, no issue. Ninja V monitor-recorder a versatile device that can function as an HDMI/SDI ProRes monitor-recorder.  

Whenever it gets to battery life and extra weight, stress less because the Pro-Kit is built to be operated by your camera battery as well as rig through DTap. The Pro Package or kit also contains the AtomX 5″ Sunhood, which provides improved outdoor surveillance solutions and minimized light sources for HDR assessment.

Accessories 

The following accessories are included in Pro Kit:

  • The V Ninja
  • AtomX SDI for the latest RAW features which is activated
  • RAW above SDI Pre-Activated
  • Holding the cable via DC either to D-tap to generate power for the camera’s battery  Sunhood AtomX 5″

Ninja V Pro Kit Charging Alternatives

The Pro Kit seems to provide two key and smart ways to power up your Ninja:

  • You could use the provided Dc power source with nothing but a locking jack in the production room to connect to the Ninja V and you will be shielded with the international power plugs anywhere your job could take you.
  • Users now have the convenience of running the Ninja straight from an available NPF battery or indeed any 4-cell NPF they might find in their kit bag on the go with a lightweight setup.

Robust & Flexible Precise And Steady Daylight Viewable HDR/SDR

Introducing dual 12G SDI connection improves functionality with various cameras to have 10-bit 422 off-board capturing in ready-to-edit codecs or as proxies files from RED or Arri cameras, enabling the camera’s file name and timecode to also be passed to the captured files through SDI.

And, of even more course in reality, as well from our ever-increasing list of mirrorless cameras which include Sony Alpha 7S III, Lumix S Series, Nikon Z-Series, Olympus OM-D EM-1X, Olympus OM-D M1 MkIII, Z CAM E-2 Series, and much more, the Ninja V as well offers assistance for RAW over HDMI.

The Ninja V Pro Package offers 2 x 12G SDI including 1 x HDMI 2.0 lossless signal delivery for instantaneous outputs of close to 4K p60.0 in the playback phase. It offers a simple and easy way to revisit material or display a highlight reel if used in conjunction with the Ninja playlist feature. 

Precise And Steady Daylight Viewable HDR/SDR

The 5-inch screen offers transparent and detailed tracking for HDR and SDR with a high pixel depth of 1000 nits. The Ninja V offers a controlled colored pipeline by using AtomHDR engine, compares the Gamma and Gamut camera mostly on input and selects to display it as 709, log with something like a 3DLUT or use the engine to correctly track the flexible range of one’s LOG camera to the requirements of HLG or PQ HDR.