Shogun Reaches Dubai


Atomos presents award winning Shogun at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

Melbourne, Australia – 9th March, 2014: Atomos today confirm attendance at CABSAT 2015, 10-12th March, Dubai World Trade Centre (Hall 2, Stand 202) and highlight the 4k Shogun which is soon to include Avid DNxHR as well as DNxHD 4K recording, 3D LUTs and 4KUHD to HD Down Convert.

“CABSAT gives us a great platform to develop our presence in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia.” said Stephan Kexel, Atomos Vice President Sales, EMEA. “It’s incredibly important for us to be able to get first hand reactions to new products and speak to customers face to face and CABSAT allows us that valuable contact.”

The Atomos Shogun is the perfect partner for any 4K cameras and the latest firmware means Atomos are the only brand to have a 4K solution for Apple, Adobe and Avid workflows for video capture directly from the sensor of Sony, Panasonic, Canon and Nikon. With 4 exciting new features which are free to exiting users the Shogun is now an even more powerful tool to add to your gear list.

Atomos continues to go from strength to strength with successes built on a unique combination of cutting edge technology, an intuitive user interface and an open standards approach that together creates a faster, higher quality and more affordable end to end production schedule for end users. Along with the new Shogun visitors to CABSAT will be able to experience the range of Atomos solutions including the Ninja and Samurai Blade and the very latest in power accessories the Atomos Power Station.

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Atomos designs and manufactures creative production weapons: affordable, easy-to-use field monitor/recorders, converters, power management, C-Fast cards and HDMI Cables that save video professionals time and money, reducing complexity without sacrificing quality.

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