The Atomos Shinobi is a light, bright 5″ 1920×1080 HDMI monitor for $399

Atomos has released the Shinobi, a new super bright 5in 1920×1080 HDMI monitor designed with vloggers and photographers in mind.

The Atomos Shinobi weighs just 200g / 7oz thanks to its polycarbonate body and uses the same HDR display and color processing technology found in Atomos’ ⟳ continue…

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Atomos Shinobi – Well Priced Ninja V Without Recorder

By Jakub Han

The Atomos Shinobi is a new 5″ HDMI on-camera monitor with a 1000nits 1920×1080 HDR screen, known from the Ninja V. It is lightweight, runs on one Sony NP-F750 type battery and offers lots of features to help monitor the image and even sound levels. It is shipping now for ⟳ continue…

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Adobe Lightroom February update adds AI Enhance Details feature, HDR and HDR Panos

Adobe has updated Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic CC, and Adobe Camera Raw with a new AI-powered feature called Enhance Details. The feature is made possible by Sensei, Adobe’s artificial intelligence and machine learning platform, and it works on nearly any raw ⟳ continue…

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Atomos Ninja V, Inferno recorders will support 4K 10-bit 422 HDR with Panasonic’s Lumix S1

Atomos has announced its Ninja V and Inferno monitor/recorders will support 4k (3840×2160) 10-bit 422 HDR from the Panasonic Lumix S1 when it starts shipping.

Atomos says recording via HDMI to a Ninja V or Inferno will allow direct recording to Apple ProRes or ⟳ continue…

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AJA’s HDR Image Analyzer could be more important than your HDR display

By noreply@redsharknews.com (Rakesh Malik)

AJA's HDR Image Analyzer could be more important than your HDR display

HDR has added a layer of complexity to grading and monitoring that is often not straightforward to deal with. AJA’s HDR Image Analyzer is designed to make dealing with both HDR and SDR grades much easier.

  • HDR
  • AJA HDR Image Analyzer
  • SDR
  • Rec2020
  • Rec709
  • Dynamic range

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