ATOMOS SHOGUN EXTERNAL VIDEO RECORDER
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Operating power 6.8W - 11W Compatible batteries NP series, D-Tap and supporting accessories Input voltage (battery) 6.2V to 16.8V Battery time (monitoring in HD) 2600mAh - up to 1.5hrs 5200mAh - up to 3hrs 7800mAh - up to 4.5hrs Battery time (monitoring & recording in HD) 2600mAh - up to 1hr 5200mAh - up to 2hrs 7800mAh - up to 3hrs Battery time (monitoring & recording in 4K) 2600mAh - up to 45mins 5200mAh - up to 1.5hrs 7800mAh - up to 2.2hrs DC in 1 x DC in Continuous power* Patent pending via optional Power station Power Station continuous power dual supply OptionalTouchscreen Size 7.1” Resolution 1920 x 1200 PPI 320 Aspect ratio 16:9 native Color standard REC709 HDTV Look Up Table (LUT) support User defined 3D LUTs available Native frame rate playback 48-60HzTechnology SuperAtom IPS panel (capacitive touch), calibratable to REC709 with optional Atomos Spyder.Video output (play out) HDMI 1x HDMI (1.4b) SDI 1 x 4K-SDI 12G/6G or HD-SDI 3G/1.5G (SMPTE) Signal Uncompressed 10/8bit 4:2:2 (Playback file dependent) Supported loop out formats HDMI to HDMI 720p 50/60/120 1080i 50/60 1080p 24/25/30/50/60/120 2160p 24/25/30 SDI to SDI 720p 50/60 1080i 50/60 1080psf 24/25/30/50/60/120 1080p 24/25/30/50/60/120 2160p 24/25/30 Video signal conversion HDMI to SDI 720p 50/60 1080i 50/60 1080p 24/25/30/50/60/120 2160p 24/25/30 SDI to HDMI 720p 50/60 1080i 50/60 1080p 24/25/30/50/60/120 2160p 24/25/30 Supported formats (in/out) 4K 2160p 24/25/30 HD - high frame rate 1080p120, 1080p60/50, 720p120 HD 1080i60, 1080i50, 1080p30, 1080p25, 1080p24, 1080pSF24, 1080pSF25, 1080pSF30, 720p60, 720p50 (24/30/60 frame rates also include 23.98/29.97/59.94 frame rates for all resolutions) 4K UHD downscale to HD monitoring Yes - loop out and playbackAudio in/out (48kHz PCM audio) HDMI 2 or 8ch 24-bit, camera dependent SDI 12ch 48kHz 24-bit Audio 2ch balanced XLR analog in/out Dynamic range >90dB Max signal level +24dBu Max analog gain +40dB 48V Phan
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Love the clarity and functionality of the monitor. I'm ultimately getting great looking footage in ProRes from my A7S. Have taken the Shogun out on a few shoots now and have noticed a few downsides.
First things first, ditch that Atomos battery charger immediately. For a moment it had me thinking I had a busted monitor... but it turns out the charger just didn't work. Not for the battery that came with the monitor, or the other batteries I used with it. I really hope they figure out that situation as I'm finding out with some research that I'm not the only one this has happened to.
Once I was able to get a few charged batteries, I realized just how quickly the monitor drains them. I normally wouldn't complain about something like this, as I understand the work the monitor and recorder is doing requires a lot of power. But it is bad. I don't have exact numbers and statistics for you, because I was going back and forth between 1080p/60fps to 4K/24fps... But I can tell you four fully charged batteries (Sony NP-F570 and Atomos) was not enough to get me through a few hour shoot. I'm not recording the whole time either in those few hours. One of those batteries was also the beefiest Sony F-570 that could not have lasted for more than 30 minutes of recording. This makes the recorder a real challenge to deal with when recording anything that won't allow you to have it plugged in.
Next is the build quality of the monitor itself. My power button has gotten jammed in a couple of times already. I don't feel like I'm pressing it too hard or anything like that, it just feels a little cheap to me. When that has happened, it's kind of scary. The monitor puts up an error message on the screen, while I have a power button that is half way inside the monitor, crooked. With some light pressure on the button, I was able to quickly get out of the situation both times, and my power button feels completely functional at the moment. But while on shoots, this is the last thing I want to worry about.
All in all, I like having it. With the A7S I NEED it to record 4k, until l a better version is released... so this is what I'll be working with. Just know that when adding this to your rig, you are also most likely going to be adding some stress to your shoot, and handful more NP-F570 batteries to your shopping cart.
The case and packaging are outstanding, and the unit is very simple to use.