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ATOMOS Shogun Flame 4K HDMI / SDI Recorder
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The ATOMOS Shogun Flame 4K HDMI / SDI Recorder
The Atomos Shogun Flame is a 7-inch 4K HDMI & SDI HDR monitor-recorder capable of capturing 10-bit 4:2:2 ProRes or DNx to SSDs and is the predecessor to the Atomos Shogun Inferno. Key features include:
HDMI and SDI Interfaces. The Atomos Shogun Flame boasts full-size HDMI ports and 12G-SDI input and output ports.
AtomHDR Display. The traditional Rec.709 video standard is based off an 8-bit color depth and about 6.5 stops of dynamic range. The Shogun Flame’s monitor features a wide 10-stop dynamic range and a 10-bit signal processor, making it capable of natively displaying log footage without it looking washed out. Built-in presets for Sony, Canon, Panasonic, ARRI, RED, and JVC cameras convert the typically flat-looking log-based images into vibrant HDR pictures. Please note that the preset looks will only actually affect viewing; the recorded footage remains totally unaltered.
High Bright Display. When working within the Rec.709 space, the Shogun Flame’s monitor offers a High Bright mode. Taking advantage of the monitor’s full 1500 cd/m² brightness, the Shogun Flame can be used outdoors in brightest of environments without requiring a hood.
Pro Recording. Capture footage at resolutions up to DCI 4K (4096 × 2160) and frame rates up to 120 fps (1080p only). Please note: DCI RAW is only supported from the following cameras: Sony FS700R, Sony FS7, Sony FS5 RAW, Canon C300 Mark II, Canon C500, and Varicam LT.Redesigned Construction. The Shogun Flame was rethought with a focus on a real-world production environments. Protective rubber bumpers are now built into its case design. A second Sony L-Series battery plate has been added to enable longer record times and allow hot swapping, while a newly redesigned battery charger will handle your power needs.
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On this item, we include a LensAuthority 90-day limited warranty. This warranty covers damage that arises from normal use of the item. It does NOT cover accidental or intentional damage. More details are available in our FAQ section.
In addition to the standard 90-day warranty, you may have the option to purchase an extended warranty. If we're able to offer an extended warranty on this item, you'll see a checkbox to add that warranty - see the area just above the "Add to Cart" button.
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