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Atomos Lock-Down Price-Down promotion brings perfect video into reach of more users than ever Ninja V for $499 US and Ninja V Pro kit $599 US

Tue 21, 04 2020

Melbourne, Australia – April 20, 2020 — With much of the world in lockdown Atomos are more committed than ever to our awesome community of filmmakers and creators. To help them stay creative wherever they me be Atomos are giving the opportunity to get the best 5” monitor-recorder in the world at the best possible price with the Ninja V “Lock-Down Price-Down” promotion.

 

This new time-limited promotion will combine with a series of exciting new RAW announcements from Atomos over the coming days, plus the recent AtomOS 10.3 update, to make Ninja V a more compelling option than ever.

Whether filming a vlog, a home cooking video, fitness class, close-ups of your garden wildlife, a documentary, or a corporate event, the Ninja V is the perfect way to monitor and record your footage from almost any camera. Record amazing Apple ProRes RAW with the Nikon Z7/Z7 and soon the Panasonic LUMIX S1H and others. Record industry standard Apple ProRes or AVID DNx files from mirrorless or DSLR cameras with HDMI. Add the useful AtomX SDI module and users can record and play back from any SDI source, including professional camcorders, cinema cameras, switchers and more. The Ninja V’s intuitive touchscreen user interface and amazing 1000nit high brightness HDR screen allow users to see exactly what they are doing and accurately expose to deliver the best possible results. Combine this complete feature set with the ‘Lock-Down Price-Down’ promotional pricing and its unbeatable.

Users can get the ‘Lock-Down Price-Down’ pricing on the standard Ninja V for $499 US, or the Ninja V Pro Kit which includes the monitor-recorder and the AtomX SDI module for just $599.

https://www.atomos.com/promotions

For a deep dive into the capabilities of the Ninja V users can also head to the new www.atomosacademy.com, which starts on the April 21st and will be packed with free creative classes and product demos. The aim is to bring the Atomos creative community together – something that, with the NAB show being cancelled, is more important than ever.

 

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