Atomos unleash Shogun Inferno with 4Kp60 HDR recording, more HDR playback & more HDR editing
The world’s most advanced monitor recorder, the Shogun Inferno is shipping this month and with it a raft of new IBC feature announcements that includes Arri & Panasonic HDR Raw recording, expanded PQ & HLG compatibility for playback to HDR screens & wider support from editing packages for mobile HDR editing. A new partnership with G-Technology is also set to benefit the entire Atomos community by directly integrating the Atomos Master Caddy into the G-Technology ev Series workflow solutions.
Over the past 6 years, the Atomos family of Ninjas, Samurai and Shoguns have redefined what monitors and recorders can do by merging what was a separate feature set for Recording, Playback, Monitoring & Editing into a single device. This continues with the Shogun Inferno, headlined with a ground breaking HDR feature list that continues to grow at IBC 2016, but also boasting functionality such as 1500nit high bright, 10-bit monitoring with Scheduled Playlist and meta data tagging that alone changes the benchmark for what a camera monitor can do.
“We’ve seriously changed the monitor world with the combination of HDR and High Bright daylight monitoring – the image we create for a field monitor rivals the quality you see with high end studio monitors. For the price, we basically include Recording, Playback and Editing for free”, said Jeromy Young, CEO and Co-founder of Atomos