The Atomos Sumo 19″ Monitor/Recorder Shipping Early

Atomos has announced that the 19″ Sumo monitor/recorder is shipping several months earlier than originally planned, with orders being taken right now.

Atomos has announced their new monitor, the Sumo, has a limited release already on its way from the factory, with mass production following in mid-July. The new monitor promises more than just size, and with a whopping 19-inches the size is definetly worth noting. They also promise many more features such as:

BUILT FOR PRODUCTION – Rugged construction. Flexible mounting

The Aluminium alloy chassis with built-in armor houses ten mounting points around the top/bottom/side, a rear panel VESA mount and an included stand for a variety of mounting configurations. Alongside of the XLR connections for power and balanced audio, there is a 3.5mm stereo headphone jack and built-in speakers. The optional mounting plates connect dual V-Lock or Anton Bauer batteries work in tandem with our patent pending continuous power system. This allows batteries to be hot swapped to ensure you are never without power in the field.


Seamlessly connect any SDI or HDMI device and convert between HDMI 2.0 and SDI (3G QuadLink/6G/12G) in any combination. Quad SDI inputs connect cameras with multiple 1.5 or 3G SDI outputs without the need for converters. HDMI 2.0 supports up to 4Kp60 input/output along with the very latest Atomos open protocol that supports HDR automation including importing of camera settings. There is also support for Genlock and LTC timecode.

PROFESSIONAL RECORDING – 12-bit Raw, 10-bit ProRes/DNxHR up to 4Kp60

Capture the RAW output from Sony FS5/FS7/FS700, Canon C300MKII/ C500 or Panasonic Varicam LT over SDI up to 12-bit 4Kp30 as CDNG or 10-bit Apple ProRes / Avid DNxHR up to 4Kp60 / 2Kp240 depending on the camera’s capability. The processing power of Sumo preserves pristine quality direct from the sensor with data rates of up to 3.2 Gbps.

MONITOR. SWITCH. RECORD – Live Switch and Record up to four 1080/60p channels, 4 x ISO record and playback

Make working with multi-cam a breeze. Switch and mix a live record and stream or record 4 x HD ISO recordings using the QuadLink SDI connections. Switch between feeds on screen with cueing, cross fade and hard cuts from the locked sources or tag and adjust final edits with advanced metadata tagging preserving ISO feeds, with the desired final result infinitely editable.

The 19” Atomos Sumo has an MSRP US$2,495 / 2,495 Euro / 1,995 UKP ex tax.

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News Flash – Sumo is coming sooner than you thought.

Melbourne, Australia – June 30, 2017: Today we are delighted to tell you that our 19-inch 4Kp60 production monitor recorder with AtomHDR is shipping early. A limited release is already on its way from the factory, with mass production following in mid-July. Perfect for both on-set and post production, it has all the key features previously announced – AtomHDR, the 1920×1080 1200 nit high bright screen, quadlink SDI and Raw recording, plus versatile powering options. Those of you who have been following this product will already know, the quad HD switching function will be added via a free firmware update later in the year.

Watch the video from Jeromy to get all the details:

The 19” Atomos Sumo has an MSRP US$2,495 / 2,495 Euro / 1,995 UKP ex tax.

About Atomos – Great Products People Love

Atomos exist to help creative professionals cut through technology barriers by creating easy to use, cutting edge HDR 4K & HD Monitor-recorders. Each product enables a faster, higher quality and more affordable production for video professionals. Atomos is based in Australia with offices in the USA, Japan, China and Germany and has a worldwide distribution partner network. Further product information can be found:

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