Atomos at CABSAT 2014


Last Updated: March 10, 2014 6:36 am GMT
(Melbourne, Australia--March 10, 2014) New Smart Production Tools on Show at CABSAT 2014, Dubai

Atomos, the creator of the award-winning Ninja and Samurai camera-mounted recorders, and the pocket-sized Connect converters, will be at CABSAT 2013, 11-13th March, Dubai World Trade Centre.

"CABSAT gives us a fantastic platform to explore new opportunities in new markets and strengthen our presence in this region", said Stephan Kexel, Atomos Vice President Sales, EMEA. "We are also pleased to show the now shipping Ninja Blade to the world markets prior to NAB."

Atomos recorders have broken new ground in production by combining recording, monitoring and playback all in one easy to operate, portable device. Like the Samurai Blade, Ninja Blade allows the recording of pristine, 10-bit images straight from the camera sensor directly to inexpensive HDD or SSD drives, captured using Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD codecs. Waveform, vectorscope and monitor assist tools such as tri-level focus peaking, zebra, false color and blue-only offer a very comprehensive test and shot setup tool kit.

The Ninja Blade takes advantage of low-cost, modern technology by utilizing HDMI-capable pro-video and consumer camcorders, as well as DSLRs. Many features from Atomos are designed with real productions and real situations in mind, to create smarter workflows, keeping the highest quality but also keeping running costs low. The Ninja Blade was designed with a long battery life. Atomos' unique Continuous Power technology (patent pending) means that you never have to interrupt recording to swap batteries.

Visitors to CABSAT will be able to see the full range of Atomos recorders including the Ninja Blade on a number of partner booths including; Canon (C6-20), AV-MEA (C8-24), Advanced Media (A6-10) and United Broadcast (C6-10).

See and for more details. And for regional sales see AV-MEA, Advanced Media and United Broadcast

About Atomos
Atomos designs and manufactures smart production tools: affordable, easy-to-use field recorders that offer monitoring and deck playback functionality along with converters that save video professionals time and money, without sacrificing quality.

Atomos is based in Australia, with offices in the USA, Japan, China and Germany partnering with a worldwide distribution network. Further product information can be found at Connect with Atomos on Facebook or follow on Twitter @Atomos_News


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