Digital filmmaking re-imagined for today’s creator
Atomos Neon series is the beginning of a new journey for filmmakers by bringing together traditional filmmaking roles and pairing it with Atomos innovation and technology. We do this by combining RAW recording with cinema display technology for monitoring, on-screen production checking and review of creative intent, story flow and matching continuity between scenes.
Neon streamlines the creative workflow from lens to viewing. We have adopted industry standard formats like ProRes RAW from major camera makers enabling the performance of ProRes and the flexibility of RAW into cinema productions and built for computer finishing. Neon performs real-time Dolby Vision processing to enable down-stream viewing on any Dolby Vision capable TV or monitor.
Four sizes for flexibility in any production
The Neon comes in 17”, 24”, 31” and 55” screen sizes, and complements other Atomos products such as the Shinobi SDI, Ninja V, Shogun 7 and Sumo 19 to provide a flexible ecosystem of field reference monitors. Neon allows you the flexibility of utilizing your Atomos on low budget productions with HDMI 10-bit uncompressed video cameras, right up to 12G-SDI 12-Bit, 4Kp60 RAW from the best cinema cameras in the world.
Ecosystem of four monitor sizes: 17″, 24″, 31″ and 55″.
4K HDR 1000nit display (2K on 17″).
Up to 512 zone LED backlights for 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio.
Real-time record ProRes Raw 4Kp60; Playout to Dolby Vision.
Sync 1000+ Neons for frame-accurate recording from any source.
App-controlled playback and preview tools. (Read More..)
The first production monitor that also records 4K 12bit Raw, 10bit ProRes/DNxHR, plus 1080p60 live switching and recording.
Get HDR on set in realtime with on the fly Log to HDR and PQ/HLG playback complete with mission critical scopes such as waveform, focus peaking, false color and vectorscope on the calibrated screen. Beyond monitoring, with up to 4Kp60 and 2Kp240 recording you can generate instant dailies and proxies direct to affordable and available SSD media.
The combined monitor-recorder in the larger 19″ size gives focus pullers instant on set access to footage with focus peaking, 2:1/1:1 zoom and the ability to tag footage as XML files. The high bright 1200nit monitor, sturdy built-in armor aluminium alloy design and variety of mounting options makes it a go-anywhere, do-it-all monitor-recorder for focus pullers.
Client / Director Monitor
Clients and directors can see the amazing true-to-life nature of HDR in realtime away from the camera crew with precision mapping of Log from every camera maker and playback of PQ/HLG signals. Full playback controls and XML tagging means that they can also review footage and even create an instant client lightweight ProResLT copy with baked in LUTs and audio onto affordable SSD media. You can also choose to view both Log and standard gamma images with or without LUTs applied. Toggle between different looks with ease in seconds. (Read More..)
Sharp, Bright Deep Colours just like your Phone and Tablet
10-bit 4:2:2 Quality for the Masses
Powerful monitor and test suite
Unbelievable low power consumption
Affordable 2.5″ HDD or SSD
Record direct from the sensor
Synced rec trigger and timecode
The longest recording time around
Instant shot review anytime anywhere
Play apple ProRes or DNXHD file from anywhere
Atomos Ninja Blade comes with an inch-perfect simple design that makes it an easy-to-use model extremely reliable to its functionality. It comes with a silky smooth, 5.1″ SuperAtom IPS, a capacitive touch screen that responds in lightning speeds to gestures.
This Ninja Blade is a smart option for production recording, monitoring and playing back deck and comes combined with a wide array of devices that gives it that extra touch as a tool. These include capture cards, playback deck, external monitor and a cut edit suite for editing of recordings. The Atomos Ninja Blade has been developed for use in different conditions with its tough and robust design and lightweight, making it easy for use in tight conditions.(Read More)