The Ninja Inferno is the secret ingredient to unlock the professional capability of 4K 60p cameras like the Panasonic GH5. Bypass the internal recording limitations and take full advantage of the sensor by recording to the camera’s maximum color accuracy, color resolution and dynamic range with 4:2:2 10-bit V-Log-L recorded as full I-frame’s to high bitrate Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHR. The 10-bit calibrated HDR panel takes the guesswork out of exposing for V-Log-L and is backed up by a suite of professional scopes that can be used even in direct sunlight thanks to the 1500nit panel brightness.
Pipeline to your timeline – The Atomos Rec Play Mon Edit Workflow
Up your game in the field, recording to high resolution ready-to-edit ProRes or DNxHR & confidently monitor or review on the 7″ calibrated 1500nit 10-bit HDR screen using the suite of scopes.
Finish the shoot and forge ahead in the editing suite – just drop your files directly onto the timeline, use XML tagging from the field and even take a PQ / HLG signal from your Mac or PC to use the Ninja Inferno as a HDR grading reference.
Professional Connectivity – Power, Video & Audio that won’t let you down
The rugged case with built-in armor houses an arsenal of professional connectivity including full size HDMI 2.0 for signals up to 4K 60p, a HDMI output for playback or play-out to a view finder or other monitors, a hot swappable dual battery system for continuous power backed up with DC mains connectivity, auto HDMI start/stop recording trigger from selected Canon, Sony, Panasonic and Nikon cameras and even conversion of interlace video from your camera to progressive with built-in 3:2 and 2:2 pulldown.
High resolution, High bit rate recording – 4K60p 10-bit Pro-Res & DNxHR
Recording 4K 60p within the camera might seem enough but recording with the wrong codec restricts flexibility in post and even risks having your footage technically rejected. Ninja Inferno records direct from the sensor as full individual frames just like film to 4K 60p Apple Pro-Res or Avid DNxHR with 10-bit color information and precise yet efficient 4:2:2 color encoding.
Monitor Log in HDR – Take the guesswork out of exposing Log
Recording Log captures the full dynamic range of the sensor but the washed out nature of Log makes judging exposure difficult. AtomHDR, with 10+ stops of dynamic range and a patented HDR waveform & slider, removes the exposure guesswork with Log by accurately displaying the final HDR result in real time. With a correctly exposed Log recording, you can grade for HDR delivery or as Rec709 with significantly less noise.
High Bright for Outdoor shooting – 1500nit bright, daylight viewable monitor
The 7″ 1920 x 1200 monitor not only has the resolution and pixel density to make every shot look amazing, the high bright 1500nit screen at almost 4 times the brightness of conventional field monitors lets you shoot outdoors without reflections washing out your image. This makes it a great choice for gimbals, Steadicam and director’s monitors, delivering a crisp 4K image without the bulk and viewing angle restrictions of a sun hood.
Playback review with Clients & Crew – Onboard playback and play-out to larger HDR or Rec709 monitors
By combining a recorder and monitor, directors and clients can review shots away from the camera complete with playback control, XML tagging for favorite collation, play list generation and even play out to larger SDR or HDR monitors with support for Rec709, PQ or HLG.
Choose the SSD to suit your workflow – Media solutions that are affordable, time saving and convenient
The Master Caddy system is our secret weapon for recording media flexibility. High capacity and widely available 2.5″ SSD’s provide an affordable solution for long recording times, G-Technology have a custom Atomos caddy that integrates directly into their EV series of Raid and desktop solutions and the Angelbird 4KRAW series integrates heat sinks and a release grip into a custom Atomos caddy for high frame rate 4k60p ecording.