Today, Atomos unveiled its new Shinobi 7 monitor, which promises a bigger, brighter, and more captivating monitoring experience than ever. The Shinobi 7 features a seven-inch HDR screen with support for up to 4K at 60p. It’s also designed for creators who need a precise monitor for photos and videos, but don’t necessarily need the recording features.
Atomos Shinobi 7 ($699)
This new monitor is lighter, more powerful, and easier on the wallet than models that incorporate recording and monitoring. Above all, it comes with impressive touchscreen capabilities for controlling everything from white balance to shutter speed and iris to neutral density. Pair this with Atomos’ “Analysis” mode, which lets users see waveform, histogram, and vectorscope for real-time monitoring. Overall, it’s obvious why creators are eager to add the Shinobi 7 to their kits.
Here’s everything we know about Atomos’ exciting new Shinobi 7 monitor, which is available for preorder today.
Atomos Shinobi 7 Monitor Key Features
The big, bright, and beautiful monitor has a seven-inch HDR screen that’s calibrated for a peak brightness of 2200Nit. This also makes it perfect for real-time monitoring of those important frames and stills. This monitor signals up to 4K at 60p via HDMI, with touchscreen controls for intuitive and speedy use. It also has an analysis feature to simultaneously watch waveform, histogram, and vectorscope. Features continue, with vertical and horizontal screen modes, 3D LUT support, and dual-NPF battery slots. The Shinobi 7 highlights include:
- 2200Nits HDR viewable display
- HDMI 2.0 support for 4K at 60p; 3G-SDI support for 2K at 60p
- Bi-directional HDMI and SDI signal cross conversion
- Dual NPF battery slots
- 3D LUT support
- AtomHDR for Log to HDR conversion
- Touch screen controls for iris, white balance, shutter speed, and ND
- Exposure tools for histogram, waveform, false color, and zebras
- Vertical and horizontal screen modes
- Headphone monitoring for camera audio
Seamless and touchscreen controls
The Shinobi 7 monitor boasts an array of impressive features, but few match the intuitive and efficient touchscreen controls. With this control option, filmmakers and photographers can adjust iris, white balance, shutter speed, and ND with a swift touch. The monitor also utilizes the AtomOS 10 platform’s monitoring tools for focus, framing, exposure, and focus peaking. In addition, use Atomos’ “Analysis” mode for tracking waveform, histogram, and vectorscope. This means each and every photo or video will be as crisp and accurate as the last.
The Shinobi 7’s stunningly bright display
It may be lightweight, but the Shinobi 7 promises a dazzling display with a seven-inch HDR screen and a calibrated peak brightness of 2200Nits. This monitor can be used in ultra-bright environments. Additionally, it has the capability to monitor signals up to 4K at 60p via HDMI. Add the Shinobi 7’s 10+ stops of dynamic range and the monitor’s hardy battery, with its dual NPF battery slots that guarantee continuous power, and it’s hard to beat this feature-packed new monitor.