Shinobi 7 4K HDMI/SDI HDR Photo & Video Monitor
The new Atomos Shinobi 7 is bigger and brighter than its 5-inch predecessor.
The Shinobi 7 monitor combines a large 7” HDR screen with a calibrated peak brightness of 2200nits and the lightweight monitor-only functions of the original Shinobi. A capable
4K HDMI/SDI HDR Photo & Video Monitor that can be used in the brightest of environments to monitor signals up to 4Kp60 via HDMI or SDI.
A 4K HDMI/SDI HDR monitor with 2200 Nits brightness, with the potential for cross conversion and camera control, and all of the on-screen monitoring functionality the Atomos products are known for. More than just a monitor, as well as delivering amazing image quality, Shinobi 7 incorporates a range of connectors to open up both cross conversion and camera control functionality, as well as dual battery slots to extend the run time.
Looking for the Shinobi 7 predecessor? Visit the Atomos Shinobi 5 monitor.
Cross Conversion HDMI <=> SDI with Down convert:
- 1 x HDMI IN 2.0 supporting 4Kp60
- 1 x HDMI 2.0 OUT supporting 4Kp60
- 3G SDI IN/OUT supporting up to 2Kp60
- 2.5 mm Remote jack supporting control of Z Cam E2 range (more to come soon)
- USB & RJ45 ports built in for future support and control functionality Innovate, not imitate
With Shinobi 7, we are pushing the boundaries of what you can achieve with a monitor-only solution, making it the best value product with this feature set on the market:
- 2200Nits HDR & Daylight Viewable Display
- 1920 x 1200 16:10
- HDMI 2.0 4k DCI p60
- 3G 2K DCI p60 construction
- 3 Year extended warranty
- AtomOS & AtomHDR
- Waveform, RGB, Histogram
- Analysis Mode – multi-scope view
- 3D LUT – monitor & loop out
- HDMI <=> SDI Cross Conversion
- Camera Control with compatible cameras via Optional cables
Perfect For Shinobi 7
Marks the return of an SDI and HDMI monitor-only solution to the Atomos range, opening up the well-established Shinobi family to a wider target audience.
- As a director’s monitor for remote viewing
- For ‘box cameras’ with no monitor, that record internally
- As a larger on-camera monitor for live monitoring for influencers and Youtubers
- For underwater filming
- For focus pullers
- For any outdoor filming
- For existing Shinobi users looking for a larger monitor