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Atomos Shogun Flame

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Date Expires: 28/03/2021
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Atomos Shogun Flame

Atomos Shogun Flame

  • 10 Stops Dynamic Range
  • Extract the full detail from Log signals
  • 4 x Brighter
  • 7” SuperAtom 1500nits calibrated monitor
  • 10-bit Color depth
  • No banding, accurate post production quality monitoring
  • Recording to 4K/HD ProRes/DNxHR
  • Recording features like time lapse and pre-roll
  • Monitoring scopes for focus, framing and exposure
  • Monitoring capability for anamorphic with de-squeeze
  • Recording and monitoring audio as well
  • Playback with controls, play out and playlist capability
  • Editing tags that speed up decision making in Post

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