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Atomos Ninja V 5" 4K HDMI Recording Monitor w/ 2 Batteries and Charger

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Adorama has Atomos Ninja V 5" 4K HDMI Recording Monitor w/ 2 Batteries and Charger (ATOMNJAV01) on sale for $399. Shipping is free. (may need to proceed to checkout to see free shipping)

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  • Atomos Ninja V 5" Touchscreen Recording Monitor, 1920x1200, 4K HDMI Input
  • 2x Green Extreme NP-F550 Battery Pack
  • Green Extreme Dual Smart Charger with LCD Screen Base (No Battery Plates)
  • 2x Green Extreme Smart Charger Plate for Sony L & M Series
  • Adorama Microfiber Cleaning Cloth, Small, 5.8x5.8"
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Ninja V is on sale for $399. This is the lowest I have seen it since the $499 BFD special.

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vedun asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 02:06 PM
05-23-2022 at 10:06 AM
This can record anything that's outputted through HDMI, that said, I don't know how security watermarks are handled as I haven't used video that had those yet.
Fredericklenox asked this question on 05-24-2022 at 12:17 PM
05-24-2022 at 12:17 PM
I use the Ninja V and V+ to capture Xbox series X and PS5 footage and Switch. 4k@60fps HDR.
Despite the V+ saying it does 4k@120hz, it does not for consoles.
Atomos is way better in capturing games than Elgato and avermedia.
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Input an HDMI signal from your camera to record and monitor at the same time. If you need to record video and are limited by your DSLR screen and card space, then this is a good upgrade. On screen there are rich videography tools that help you nail your shot.
This is for anyone recording video from a DSLR/mirrorless camera that has HDMI out. It provides a number of advantages. Here's the top 3:

Bigger, brighter screen. If the camera operator is trying to record in HDR, (s)he can use this screen to actually see what (s)he is recording in true HDR
Higher quality recording. Cameras often put out higher quality video out of their HDMI port than they can record inside the camera, which are usually limited by the camera's ability to compress the data & write it quickly enough to the memory card. This recorder also allows for an even higher quality format called "ProRes RAW" that is blocked by patents from being included internal to cameras.
Longer recordings. Lots of cameras (especially from Canon) are limited to recording 29 minutes and 59 seconds because in the past there were additional tariffs for "video cameras" that could record 30 minutes or more. These cameras will output an HDMI signal indefinitely (since that's not the camera making a recording) and this Ninja V will record that HDMI signal for as long as storage/battery allow.

There's a lot more, like better scopes, swappable media, all of Atomos's livestreaming and I/O add-on packs, but these 3 are the highlights.

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Ninja V is on sale on Amazon, B&H, & Adorama for $399. The lowest I have seen since BF.

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The brand new Ninja V+ is also down to $600, down from the launch price of $1500 and the BF price of $1000.
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The brand new Ninja V+ is also down to $600, down from the launch price of $1500 and the BF price of $1000.
Link?
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It's on the adorama link. Just down scroll a little.
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Someone please explain to me what this is so I can decide if this is something I've always needed but didn't know existed.
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Someone please explain to me what this is so I can decide if this is something I've always needed but didn't know existed.
Input an HDMI signal from your camera to record and monitor at the same time. If you need to record video and are limited by your DSLR screen and card space, then this is a good upgrade. On screen there are rich videography tools that help you nail your shot.
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First rule of Atomos Ninja V 5 is we don't talk about it.

Seems like it's a recording monitor. Not sure why this instead of your smart phone.
It can be used as a better display for a camera that performs much better that your phone. Additionally, it can have a hard drive attached for more storage.
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Someone please explain to me what this is so I can decide if this is something I've always needed but didn't know existed.
Good for going next level in photo and video work.
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It can be used as a better display for a camera that performs much better that your phone. Additionally, it can have a hard drive attached for more storage.
Interesting. Wonder if that what Sony was going for with their Xperia pro line.
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Someone please explain to me what this is so I can decide if this is something I've always needed but didn't know existed.
If you needed to do long 4K recordings, very long recordings, with your DSLR or mirrorless camera, this would be better, cheaper and easier than fast UHS-II SD cards or CFe cards.
The cost of the Ninja V, batteries, accessories and a 2TB SSD is cheaper than 2TB of fast cards. If you only did HD recordings, slow and cheap SD cards would be fine.
It can record in ProRes, which is easier to edit and looks better than most internal recordings, though the file sizes are much larger.
It also gives you a nice big screen to help frame your shots, along with useful tools like waveform, which is way better than histogram.
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This is for anyone recording video from a DSLR/mirrorless camera that has HDMI out. It provides a number of advantages. Here's the top 3:
  • Bigger, brighter screen. If the camera operator is trying to record in HDR, (s)he can use this screen to actually see what (s)he is recording in true HDR
  • Higher quality recording. Cameras often put out higher quality video out of their HDMI port than they can record inside the camera, which are usually limited by the camera's ability to compress the data & write it quickly enough to the memory card. This recorder also allows for an even higher quality format called "ProRes RAW" that is blocked by patents from being included internal to cameras.
  • Longer recordings. Lots of cameras (especially from Canon) are limited to recording 29 minutes and 59 seconds because in the past there were additional tariffs for "video cameras" that could record 30 minutes or more. These cameras will output an HDMI signal indefinitely (since that's not the camera making a recording) and this Ninja V will record that HDMI signal for as long as storage/battery allow.
There's a lot more, like better scopes, swappable media, all of Atomos's livestreaming and I/O add-on packs, but these 3 are the highlights.
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