The future of production
Atomos Connect shares your creative vision with your team worldwide and upgrades your Ninja’s I/O with 12G-SDI to HDMI cross-conversion, Wi-Fi 6 (6E for Ninja Ultra) and 1GbE Ethernet, wireless NDI networking and timecode synchronization.
More camera choice
Atomos Connect includes a 12G SDI interface for a wide range of professional SDI-equipped cameras, adding to the already huge range of HDMI-supported by the Ninja and Ninja Ultra. The SDI input can also cross convert a signal to the HDMI output, for additional workflow options.
Atomos AirGlu™, built into Connect, adds wireless timecode, sync, and control technology to your Ninja and Ninja Ultra. AirGlu lets you sync multiple Atomos devices or compatible cameras, audio recorders, and software applications wirelessly and accurately to the same timecode.
It’s also able to relay recording, battery status, and disk capacity information to the server unit. Any AirGlu device can act as a server, which means you’ll no longer need a huge budget or time-consuming post-production workflows to produce perfectly synchronized, multi-camera video.
Connect At A Glance
Support for more camera models with 12G-SDI
SDI input to HDMI output conversion
WI-FI 6 (6E with Ninja Ultra) & 1GbE Ethernet
Stream to Facebook, Twitch, YouTube, & custom RTMP/S services
Share media with Camera to Cloud & Atomos Edit
Synchronize cameras, audio recorders, & applications with AirGlu™.
Support for AtomRemote app over Bluetooth.
Share live views from your Ninja over the internet
The AtomRemote App for IOS and macOS is a control panel for Atomos Connect. It gives you touchscreen control over configuration and operations as far as 15 meters away from Connect via Bluetooth LE. You can also select inputs, Gamma/EOTF and adjust Gamut settings.
For monitoring, AtomRemote can be used to control playback, choose monitoring modes, apply custom 3D LUTs, or view image analysis tools including exposure and focus. Output controls include options to convert from 4K to HD, LUT preview, and HDR output.
Connected Production Workflow
Learn how filmmaker Armando Ferreira, places camera-to-cloud production at the centre of his workflows.
Camera to Cloud –
A Beginner’s Guide
If you’re new to the cloud or know about cloud services but wonder how they can assist you with video production, then this eBook is for you. It looks at why you need the cloud, how it works and how to get started with Atomos. Because the more you understand it, the more it can help you.
More camera support
Atomos Connect includes an SDI interface, which adds support for a new category of camera. When added to the HDMI line-up supported by Ninja/Ninja Ultra, the range of compatible digital cinema, DSLR and, mirrorless cameras has never been greater.
Atomos Connect can stream to a range of online services including Facebook Live, Twitch, YouTube, and custom RTMP/S services. It manages the encoding and connection so that you can focus on the creative. With Wi-Fi 6 (6E on Ninja Ultra), Gigabit Ethernet, and the ability to join cellular hot spots built in, Atomos Connect helps filmmakers, influencers and content creators reach their audiences, wherever they are in the world.