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Save $100. Atomos Ninja V gets price drop in Black Friday deal

Atomos Ninja V deal
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The Atomos Ninja V  recorder monitor is now available for an incredible $100 discount in this Black Friday camera dealat New York dealer B&H Photo. This recording monitor features a 10-bit exterior viewable monitor, 4K HDMI input and a 1,920 x 1,080 touchscreen 5-inch display. 

If you want a bigger screen still, then the seven-inch big brother the Atomos Shogun 7 is available for a $400 saving in the same limited-time sale.

Atomos Ninja V | $499 | from $599
Save $100 You can now pick up the Atomos Ninja V monitor recorder for just $499, down from its original price of $595 - this high-resolution screen is great for judging framing and exposure when shooting video (or stills). But its main trick is that it has can be used as an external video recorder - and gives higher video quality using the ProRes RAW format using many recent mirrorless cameras.

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Atomos Shogun 7 | $899 | from $1299
Save $400 This is a huge saving on one of the best monitor/recorders you can buy. This is essentially a step-up from the popular Ninja V - offering much bigger 7 inch screen, and the ability to record video externally with compatible cameras.

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The Atomos Ninja V recorder monitor is compatible with a wide range of consumer cameras, such as the Nikon Z6, Nikon Z7, Sigma fp and more. According to recently released news, you'll also be able to use the Atomos Ninja V recorder monitor to output 4K 30p 12-bit ProRes RAW video via HDMI from a Fujifilm GFX 100

The Atomos Ninja V records to standard 2.5" SSD drives or to compact AtomX SSD mini drives, capturing up to 150 minutes of 4K video on a 1TB drive. It also featured AtomHDR, which gives you the ability to monitor up to ten stops of dynamic range of your camera's LOG image. 

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