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    Atomos Ninja Assassin 4K recorder

    Braking news
    New 4K recorder from Atomos, Ninja Assassin
    Guys from Slanted Lens YT channel posted video review of Ninja Assassin earlier today, video is now private.
    Ninja Assassin looks like "light" version of Shogun with same 7" screen for $1,500.00
    Nothing on Atomos web page about this, looks like guys from Slanted Lens jumped the gun on this one
    Here is the screen shot from Google search
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    That is awesome news for those in need of a quality and affordable 4k recording device with the large screen One of these days I will review one I think. I'm not quite knowledgeable enough with all the video tools and what not available on that unit. I will do some re-search at some point though when I get some time...

    Atomos Assassin for $1295 US @ BHPhoto


    • 1920 x1200 IPS Touchscreen Display
    • Records 4K (3840x2160) up to 30 fps
    • Records 1080p up to 120 fps
    • ProRes, DNxHD, DNxHR and Encoding
    • UHD 4K-Capable HDMI Input
    • Stores to Single HDDs or SDDs
    • Video Playback and 4K Down-Conversion
    • Single Master II Drive Caddy Included




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    Jay
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    It did look good. Shock case on unit and clam shell case (like headphones case), black with red trim.
    1920 X 1080 7" screen with zebras, peaking, falls colors and all other aids for video. It is using SSD memory for 4:2:2 10 bit recording

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