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New AtomX module brings SDI to Ninja V with a click

Introducing the Atomos AtomX SDI expansion module designed to turn your Atomos Ninja V into a pro video SDI powerhouse. The module adds the quality and convenience of SDI equipment and infrastructure connectivity in addition to its existing HDMI capability. 


Monitor and record SDI up to 4Kp60, and go into or out of any SDI device including the popular Atomos Shinobi SDI pro monitor and Atomos Shogun Inferno, as well as legacy Atomos SDI products. This provides flexibility for any video or film production to allow all crew including directors, cinematographers, assistants and focus pullers to monitor and replay identical and calibrated content in HDR at the same time.


AtomX SDI key features

SDI in and out configurable to 2 ins, 2 outs, or 1 in and 1 out.

Up to 12/6/3 Gb/s signal streams.

Real-time conversion of up to 4K HDMI to SDI and vice versa.

Record 4Kp60 on a single stream or 4Kp30 on two streams.

Unlimited looped SDI devices with no image degradation up to 100m (300ft).

Available in April 2019

US $199/ €199

Ex local taxes

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Release Notes AtomOS 10.1 NINJA V


Added support for AtomX SDI moduleOn the input menu you can select SDI by touching the “> INPUT” option under “SOURCE”.

• NinjaV must be running AtomOS 10.1 or greater for SDI support.

Added support for GPT file system to allow compatibility for SSDs greater than 2TB• SSDs must be formatted on the NinjaV to support GPT.

• GPT formatted SSDs are currently only compatible with AtomOS 10.1 or greater and will not work with earlier versions.• Drives with capacity less than or equal to 2TB will continue to compatible with all AtomOS versions.Added analog audio embeddingYou can now embed your line/mic in audio onto any channel on the HDMI or SDI loop out port.

• Channel selection can be made in the Meters menu by touching the audio meters.

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