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Purchased from B&H Photo Video for $1200. Used only once for a camera test. Still has screen protector from manufacturer. Atomos Ninja Inferno 4K Monitor Recorder 2 NP-F Type Batteries with Charger Drive Caddys and Docking Station Power and Control Cables HDR Sunhood HPRC Hard Case with Custom-Cut Foam AtomHDR 4K 60p Capabilities 7" Daylight Viewable Screen with 1500 cd/m² LED backlight LOG and HDR signal Signal Management $900 plus Shipping PayPal Payment Only
Hello all. I am selling my Atomos Ninja Flame set. Very nice set. Has only 15-20 hours of use. Extremely clean, and well maintained. I treat all of my gear with care and respect. This is a beautiful set! Almost like-new! $795.00 - plus shipping (insured at full $795). PayPal only. It's hard to part with the recorder, because it is a great tool, and an amazing monitor - but all my main cameras have 4K built-in now, and I just never get to use it. I want it to go to a good home, where it will get a lot of use. Includes: Atomos Ninja Flame monitor/recorder, Hard case, NEW sun hood, orig
Hello, I'm selling an Atomos Spyder Color Calibration System. Brand new in Box. This allows you to calibrate the monitor of the Atomos Shogun, Blade, Samurai,... Here's a link to a review: http://www.provideocoalition.com/review-atomos-spyder-monitor-calibration-system/ Price is 100 EUR + shipping (9 EUR to most countries). Payment by Paypal. Here's my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org All the best, Olivier
It occurred to me today that this is the closest we have a to a full-frame BMD camera at the moment. Sony VG900 using CineGamma + Atomos Ninja external recorder using DNxHD or ProRes. I say VG900 simply because A99 has far fewer usable lendsoptions, and the poor form-factor for video, comparatively. Cost is 3000 for VG900 plus 700 for ninja, plus drives on top and Canon batteries for Ninja. Result is probably nicer to use than BMD due to many buttons and handle etc, so less need for a rig. 4000 pounds or so in total, not bad for full-frame pro-res, as long as the HDMI out isn't cr