Atomos Shinobi SDI 5″ 3G-SDI & 4K HDMI Pro Monitor
5” SuperAtom IPS LCD
Stunning 1000nit calibrated anti-reflection, anti-fingerprint AtomHDR screen for clear daylight viewing with 10+ stops dynamic range
Punch in zoom with 4:1, 2:1 & 1:11000Nits / cdm2 HDR / Daylight viewable
427 PPI – even higher than Apple’s Retina Display
Calibrated out of the box with support with Xrite Calibration
10bit Inputs and Image processing
100% of Rec709 calibratable display
For in-the-field & on-set pro video production
Atomos Shinobi SDI is a lightweight HDR field monitor for the video professional who needs the flexibility of both HDMI and SDI camera connectivity, or the vlogger wanting to take their production to the next level. Run cables between Shinobi SDIs up to 100m (328ft) without degradation of image allowing directors, crew and clients to see what the camera operator sees in stunning detail. Shinobi SDI’s high brightness 1000nit 5-inch monitor lets crew members preview and see images exactly as intended in any lighting condition, SDR or HDR. Shinobi SDI is the ultimate monitoring tool in your video production arsenal that won’t break the bank.
The 5” SDI monitor that packs a punch
With a stunning 5” 10-bit HDR and SDR display, the Shinobi SDI allows you to see your images clearly in daylight on the 1000nit anti-reflection screen. The sleek light-weight design is crafted for maximum efficiency and weighing in at just 226g/7.8oz, it is one of the lightest SDI/HDMI monitors on the market, stealthily attaching to any HDMI & SDI camera setup.
HDR in the field
The Shinobi SDI screen utilizes AtomHDR processing engine to display a stunning 10+ stops of dynamic range in real-time from Log, PQ or HLG signals. The wide color gamut mapping ensures perfect image color is displayed. Combined with our HDR monitoring features, the Shinobi SDI simplifies the complexities of shooting Log and HDR, helping replicate a post-production workflow in the moment it matters most. While shooting. We look after the technology, so you can focus on the storytelling.