B&H is currently running a huge offer on the Atomos Ninja V and NINJA V+ external monitors/recorders. Offering a 5” LCD display with a maximum brightness of 1000 nits and enabling DNx, ProRes, and ProRes RAW recording, they are now available for $399 and $599 respectively.
Standing at the core of the Australian company’s ProRes and ProRes RAW ecosystem, the NINJA V/V+ can take RAW sensor data from an ever-growing number of cameras and encode it into high-quality, editing-friendly formats.
The list of devices supported by the NINJA V/V+ is constantly expanding and already includes many popular DSLR, mirrorless, and digital cinema cameras. For example, the Panasonic LUMIX GH6 and Leica SL2-S recently joined the family. If you’ve been waiting for a price drop to put your hands on one of these devices, here’s your chance. Let’s take a closer look!
Atomos Ninja V and V+ on sale at B&H
The NINJA V and V+, which were previously available on B&H for $649 and $999 respectively, currently retail for $399 and $599. The two devices feature very similar specs for both recording and HDR monitoring.
The major difference between the two models is that the NINJA V+ supports ProRes RAW recording over HDMI in 8K resolution at up to 30fps or DCI 4K at up to 120fps. On the other hand, the NINJA V is “limited” to DCI 4K60p.
A great thing about the Atomos NINJA platform is its versatility. In fact, the company has developed a series of additional modules over the years to further expand the capabilities of the NINJA V/V+. These include accessories such as the AtomX SDI, AtomX SYNC, and AtomX CAST. Their latest addition is the Atomos CONNECT, an optional module that turns the NINJA V/V+ into cloud-connected devices with frame.io Camera-to-Cloud integration.
Both the NINJA V and NINJA V+ are currently listed on B&H as “in stock”. I guess the offer will be available until supplies last, since the shop does not mention any limitation in time.
Finally, if you’d like to check compatibility between your specific camera model and the Atomos Ninja V/V+, make sure to check out Atomos’ website at the following links:
Have you been waiting for a chance to put your hands on the Atomos Ninja V or V+? Are you going to take advantage of this offer? Let us know in the comment section below!