Supported Cameras

Panasonic DC-GH5

This device is in our compatibility list because it has a "clean output" i.e. no menu information on the sensor output. By understanding what your device can output in the terms of resolution, frame rate and connectivity you'll be in a better position to understand the best Atomos device for you


Set-Up Guide

This video steps you through the basics on setting up your camera with Atomos. While each camera is different in terms of the settings menu layout, we’ll show you the generic setup steps needed on the camera side to get up and running with Atomos.

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Product specifications

HDMI Connector type full
Internal Recording
Color Space 4:2:2
Bit depth 10-bit
Output for Recording
Anamorphic output True
Color Space 4:2:2
Bit depth 10-bit
Log Output
Log Output VLogL
Trigger & Timecodes
HDMI Timecode Atomos protocol
HDMI Trigger Atomos protocol
SDI Timecode No
SDI Trigger None
Media in camera No media needed but change settings
Timecode HDMI
Audio Output
Embedded HDMI 4ch
3.5mm mini jack 2ch
Audio Input
3.5mm mini jack 2ch
Power station dummy adapter Panasonic DMW-BLF19
Resolutions & Framerates
HDMI video 4K DCI 24p
HDMI video 4K UHD 24p, 25p, 30p, 50p, 60p
HDMI video HD 1080 24p, 25p, 30p, 50p, 60p
When [4K/60p]/[4K/50p] mode is selected in [Rec Quality], it is not possible to record motion picture or still picture on the SD memory card in the camera unit. For stable connections and consistent signal quality It is important to use an HDMI cable that is capable of full high speed and is well shielded such as the AtomFlex 4k60p Cable between the Atomos Shogun or Ninja Inferno and the Panasonic DMC-GH5. V-Log output from the camera is an optional extra offered by Panasonic and as of V.21 HLG is supported. HD VFR's are not out put by the GH% so HD maximum support is 1080p60