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Atomos Ninja 2 Basic
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- Atomos Ninja 2. Résolution de l'écran: 800 x 480 pixels
- Prise en charge de la lecture des résolutions: HD 1080i60
- 1080p25,. Interface du disque dur: SATA
- Capacité max. du disque dur: 1000 Go
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Description du produit
Capacité max. du disque dur: 1000 Go
Consommation (max): 6,8 W
Consommation électrique: 3,3 W
Dimensions (LxPxH): 115 x 87 x 41 mm
Disque dur, taille: 2.5"
Interface du disque dur: SATA
Nombre de disque dur supporté: 1
Poids: 670 g
Prise en charge de la lecture des résolutions: HD 1080i60, 1080i59.94, 1080i50, 1080p30, 1080p25,\n1080p24, 1080p23.98, 1080p30(60i), 1080p25(50i),\n1080p24(60i), 1080p23.98(60i), 720p60, 720p59.94,\n20p50, SD 486i59.94, 576i50
Quantité de ports HDMI: 4
Rapport d'aspect: 4:3, 16:9
Résolution de l'écran: 800 x 480 pixels
Commentaires en ligne
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First though, if you are only ever going to use this as a recorder, just buy the Ninja 2, but why you here some of the features, your Gina want the Blade, trust me.
First thing, the screen on the Blade is bigger. Not huge difference, but enough. The biggest difference is in the resolution. The Ninja 2 is 800x480. Honestly, for use as a monitor... It's garbage. The resolution on the the Blade is 1280x720. Huge difference. That's HD baby. Other than just crystal clear HD resolution, the peaking is better. Another huge difference In the screen is the screen type. The Ninja 2 is an LCD resistive touch. The Blade is an IPS capacitive touch. You can look up the specifics, but trust me, the Blade is more advance and better. Think like flip phone screen versus IPad Air 2 Retina display. Which one do you want?
Considering features, They both have False Color and Zebra and Focus Peaking, but the following features are what separate the serious film makers from amateurs. Vector Scope, Luma Overlay, RGB Parade, Histogram and Blue Gun. I don't have time to get into the specifics, but these are pro tools. They're all about your white balance and exposure. Also, concerning that. The Blade can accept the Spyder. Atomos' color calibration device ($150) whereas the Ninja 2 can't.
Another consideration is audio. The Ninja 2 has inputs for two audio channels, the Blade can handle up to twelve (monitoring selectable by user).
So that's about all I have to say about that. Don't beat yourself up if you bought the Ninja 2 as a recorder only, you'll be happy. At that, they're basically the same. But if you want/need a monitor... spring for the Blade, you'll be glad you did.
There's an HDMI out, which allows for the connection of another monitor or other accessory needing HDMI.
Menu screens are clear and easy. The buttons are large. Files can be viewed on the screen and selected individually for playback.
By the way, the SDD drive needs to be installed into a "caddy" that fits into the Ninja 2. This takes maybe 2 minutes. If you're going to use multiple drives on a job, be sure to get extra caddies, only 1 comes with the Ninja 2.
To transfer files from the drive to your computer, you remove it from the recorder and connect it to a USB docking station that is included with the Ninja 2. No worries here, it all works simple and easy.
There are a bunch of other features, all of which you can find in the manual online. No need to rehash here.
Here are a few things I find less than awesome. The screen is not all that bright and sharp. In daylight conditions, you'll need a hood, which Atomos sells or make your own. The monitor on the Nikon is smaller but seems a bit sharper. The monitor on my Canon XF100 camcorder also seems sharper. That said, I didn't buy the Ninja 2 as a monitor, it is a recorder with monitor and playback capabilities. Combining them has led to compromise at this price point, and I accept that. So, if you think you'll get away without a serious monitor, you may want to reconsider or demo a unit to see if it works for you. (Don't forget, you have the HDMI out on the Ninja 2, giving you a place to connect that other monitor if you want.)
Another thing less than excellent, is the cold shoe mount. It's not as secure as it should be. It holds the unit atop my Nikon but can be wobbly. For the cost of this unit, a better connecter should be standard, included gear. The good news is, there's a tapped hole allowing for you to mount using a better method, which is what I'll do when I include the Ninja 2 as part of a cage rig around the Nikon.
Bottom line: This unit does what I bought it to do, record that HDMI signal from the D800 and import the files straight to FCPX without conversion. Already I've used it with excellent results and that's what counts.
HAVING THE LONG RECORDING ISSSUE? I was too. The problem is miraculously fixed in firmware version (4.3) which adds some neat new features as well.
As of this writing the Amazon product page doesn't mention how much cool stuff comes with it in the box. From their site:
- Atomos 4.3" Ninja 2 Video Recorder
- AC Adapter
- 2 x Master Disk Caddies / Enclosures
- 2600mAH Battery for Atomos Monitors/Recorders and Converters
- Docking Station with USB 3.0 & 2.0
- 1000mA Single-Plate AC Battery Charger
- Canon LP-E6-Type Battery Adapter
- Nikon EN-EL15-Type Battery Adapter
- Limited 1-Year Warranty, Extendable to 3 Years with Product Registration
I bought this for use with my 7D mark ii. However you will still only be able to shoot
at the 29 mins Canon restriction. But not so with the Sony A6000. I can shoot as long
as the time I have for HD space with no stopping. Cannot boost gain above 12db (what?)
So I usually use my H4n as audio recorder and my DSLR as referrence audio. This unit is
small so I have accidentally dropped it on the carpet at a shoot and cracked off the front plate which is
basically held on with flimsy plastic clips inside. Had to tape it back up with electrical tape.