Nauticam Water Housing for Atomos Ninja V
Atomos Ninja V steps in, not only as a stunning monitor but also as a recorder of 4K 60p 4:2:2 10-bit video to on-board SSD drives in edit-friendly ProRes or Avid formats. The Nauticam NA-Ninja V, when used with supported housings and cameras, allows for the connection of the Ninja V over HDMI 2.0 in addition to providing easy access to the NInja V controls underwater.
What's In The Box:
- NA-Ninja V Housing
- Monitor Hood
- M16 Vacuum Valve (pre-installed) PN 25625
- Spare silicone rubber main o-ring PN 90137
- O-ring removal tool and lubricant
- CR2032 battery
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- 25082 HDMI 1.4 Cable for HDMI Bulklhead
Atomos monitor/recorder housings but is built around the new M28 large-bore bulkhead that supports HDMI 2.0.
The Ninja V is easily mounted in the housing, dropping in without trays or other mounting accessories and is held in place by two rotating locking levers. The Ninja V features both an HDMI 2.0 input as well as an output and the NA-Ninja V supports both as well. With dual M28 bulkheads, a second HDMI cable can be run to another monitor. The Ninja V allows for the application of. cube format 3D LUTs to this output signal.
The NA-Ninja V supports up to the NP-F970 size battery which provides up to two hours of run time. A CR-2032 battery powers the vacuum check and leak detection system. When used with the included Vacuum Valve, the system gives real-time feedback about the watertight integrity of the housing through an easily visible multi-color LED on the top of the housing.
Access to the touchscreen controls of the Ninja V are handled via a series of buttons and a selector knob beneath the screen of the housing including PLAY, REC, MON, RGB, PEAK and the Muti-Selector Lever.
|Dimensions||224mm x 169mm x 113mm (W x H x D)|
|Weight in Air||~1.62kg|
|Weight in Water||-0.36kg (with monitor, Atom X SSD, NP-F970 batt)|
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