Atomos Shinobi 4K HDR Monitor Hands-on Review
The Atomos Shinobi monitor is a 5.2 inch, HDR display that accepts a 4K signal through HDMI.
It is super bright at 1000 nits and after testing it in person all week, here is my review and walkthrough of how it works.
— 5” 1920x1080 HDMI Monitor (same as Ninja V recorder)
— 1000 nit brightness
— Accepts a 4K signal up to 30 fps or HD up to 60fps
— Can display 10+ stops of dynamic range when being used with Log or HLG HDR outputs.
— Built-in gamma presets for popular camera Log or HLG profiles.
— 427 pixels per inch
— Weighs only 200g / 7 oz
— Polycarbonate body
— 1/4”-20 mounts on top & bottom
— Headphone jack on the side to monitor audio
— On screen audio levels to help monitor sound
— 6 hour battery life from a single Sony NP-F750
— SD card for LUTs & firmware updates
— Can have 8 internal preset LUTs in memory, but have many more on an SD card to pull from too.