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X-Rite Professional Calibration for Atomos Monitor-Recorders

X-Rite Professional Calibration for Atomos Monitor-Recorders

eader in professional color calibration, X-Rite, has partnered with Atomos to allow new compatibility between X-Rite’s i1Display Pro and a wide range of Atomos monitor -recorders. 

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X-Rite’s i1Display Pro is already positioned as one of the markets quickest and most reliable devices for color calibration. Now, the i1Display Pro is supported by a full line of Atomos displays including the Ninja Blade, Samurai Blade, Shogun, Ninja Assassin, Shogun Studio, Ninja Flame, Shogun Flame and the new Shogun Inferno, recently announced at NAB 2016.

Not all monitors are equipped to automatically deal with color drift which occurs overt time, however, both Atomos and X-Rite are confident that this paring of the i1Display Pro and Atomos monitors-recorders will provide a helpful solution for editors and filmmakers looking for speed and color accuracy when captring and editing footage.

“Every minute we’re alive we focus on reliability and quality at an affordable price, allowing our users to focus on creative story telling” says Jeromy Young, Atomos co-founder and CEO, “Our partnership support the X-Rite i1Display Pro supports this commitment, delivering a professional and reliable calibration solution that allows our users to make judgements on set with the confidence of accurate color.”

For more information, see the press release below, visit Atomos at NAB 2016 in booth C8925 and visit X-Rite’s and Atomos’ websites at XRitephoto.com/Filmmaking and www.Atomos.com.

 

X-Rite professional calibration for Atomos monitor-recorders

Melbourne, Australia – 17th April 2016: Every brand of monitor in the field and in the editing suite naturally drifts in color over time, but not all monitors have the capability to correct this drift. Atomos have partnered with the leaders in professional calibration, X-Rite to deliver high end professional color calibration to the range of Atomos monitor-recorders.

The X-Rite i1Display Pro is already positioned in the market as one of the most reliable and fastest devices for calibration of LCD devices, be it editing monitors or monitors in the field. Rather than redevelop the industry standard, Atomos have worked with X-Rite to allow the i1Display Pro to work with the range of Atomos monitor-recorders including the Ninja Blade, Samurai Blade, Shogun, Ninja Assassin, Shogun Studio, Ninja Flame, Shogun Flame and the new model announced at NAB 2016, the Shogun Inferno.

“Every minute we’re alive we focus on reliability and quality at an affordable price, allowing our users to focus on creative story telling” said Jeromy Young, Atomos co-founder and CEO, “Our partnership supporting the X-Rite i1Display Pro supports this commitment, delivering a professional and reliable calibration solution that allows our users to make judgements on set with the confidence of accurate color.”

With a century of color theory science behind the X-Rite name, the i1Display Pro is the ultimate solution for creative professionals who demand speed and scalability to attain color accuracy. Accurate color representation on screen is paramount for the video and film industries. The i1Display Pro delivers fast measurement speed and unrivaled color accuracy on all modern display technologies and includes video color standards for a more accurate color workflow.

These benefits are especially important whether capturing or editing footage. “We are very excited to have our i1Display Pro supported across the full line of Atomos displays to enhance viewing accuracy”, said X-Rite Vice President of Product marketing Chris Winczewski. “The partnership with Atomos demonstrates our focused commitment for the expansion of X-Rite’s photo and video products into the video and filmmaking markets.”

Visit Atomos NAB booth C8925 for X-Rite Photo-Video daily demonstrations by industry experts Richard Harrington and Eduardo Angel on color display calibration and ColorChecker Video, April 18-21.

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