- Product Dimensions: 15.1 x 3.1 x 9.1 cm ; 195 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 676 g
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
- Item Model Number: ATOMSHBH01
- ASIN: B07N7LHJ6V
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 29 January 2019
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Atomos Shinobi 5-inch HDMI 4K Monitor
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The packaging was rough, and I was concerned about the Shinobi's condition... It shipped from Adorama, but that is not Atomos's Fault! This monitor so far has lived up to the hype. I found it difficult to run on my Ronin S, but I do not have the proper mounting hardware yet so that can wait.
The screen is brighter (not by much) than my a7iii screen, but looks so much better due to the display panel Atomos uses and its larger size. I immediately loaded up my LUT's onto the screen to correct for Slog2, HLG, and Cine2 and shooting with this monitor is so much easier. The focus peaking is far greater in detail than any camera I have used; and the vector scopes are exactly what I am used to in premiere pro. Now I don't have to guess my exposure values based on the Sony values displayed on the screen!
I opened the package and slapped the monitor on one of my cages for the Sony and it worked like a charm. Remember to purchase some NPF Batteries, a MicroHDMI to HDMI cord, and a cold shoe or 1/4 thread mounting bracket/clamp and you will be good to go!
The only thing I will mention is a worry with this monitor is how warm/hot it can get after being ON for longer than 5 minutes at a time. If you're shooting in direct sunlight without shade, I would recommend powering this off in between takes. Durability with overheating is a concern of mine, but for now it's been working without any issue.
First the pluses: this is the only setup that lets me zoom-in on the magnified Z6 camera monitor, and gives me enough magnification and high enough monitor IQ to nail star focus the first time, with confidence. THIS IS A HUGE PLUS!!
Now, the many minuses:
1. Getting it mounted securely is a difficult proposition with my setupo, and I am still struggling with it. GET THE RIGHT KIND OF SHORT, FLEXIBLE, MAYBE COILED HDMI 5. CABLE or you will be sorry.
2. the menu system was designed by the devil, and ** extremely difficult and non-intuitive ** to use. Maybe if you are a seasoned video guy, it will seem ok. But, I used to design user interface modules and this one is a ** stinker **. i still cant figure out how to get to x2 and x4 in the menu system, even sitting there with the doc - i just stumble into it.
2A. hey guys, how about a "my menu" function that remembers settings and can re-apply them, or similar or ANYTHING.
3. So, as a result. I have a lot of problems adjusting image brightness vs. menu brightness vs. data displays etc. etc. Intended to be bright for daytime use, it is way too bright at night and i have not been able to bring it dowm
4. Everytime I switch display modes on the camera, the monitor loses the signal for a couple of seconds nd then recovers. Since display switching happens a lot, this is really annoying. Probably not an issue for video.
5. The doc is pretty good in explaining fuctions and features, but no so good on how to do things. Maybe this is a rite of passage.
So, I dont want to make a career out of figuring out how to use this device, but ... i hope to update this review in a more positive fashion shortly.
The Ability to be able to import your own custom Luts (Look up tables) is a joy to have plus you can have up 8 different Looks ,
The monitor brightness and display is superb over most monitors even at higher prices then this little guy ,
With 1000 Nits you have control to be able to see your exposure, focus peeking , wave forms,etc
You won’t be disappointed in bright sunlight especially if you are coming from a Sony line up with them screens that dim ,
I used a a6300 and did not have any problems under direct sunlight, but this monitor try for yourself if you are not impressed Atamos has a return policy , so give it a shot , well worth the money.