In December of 2017, I purchased the Ninja Inferno to get 4K 60p out of my GH5 and to be able to use the recorder as an HDR grading monitor but things didn’t quite go as planned…
In spite of my messages to them, Mystery Box, without so much as verifying their claims, still insist that the Ninja Inferno, coupled with the BlackMagic Design Ultrastudio Mini Monitor, will work as a grading monitor with any computer: And since you’re working with a 1080 display and are managing the HDR interpretation yourself, you can… Read More
This video illustrates the problem I’m having getting the Ninja Inferno to work with the Blackmagic UltraStudio Mini Monitor and Desktop Video Utility. If and when I find the answer, we can begin using the Inferno as a portable HDR grading monitor.
Once you’ve set up your project in Final Cut Pro and installed Blackmagic Desktop Video on your computer, you’re just about ready to grade HDR video using the Ninja Inferno as an external monitor. You’ll probably want to edit your project in 1080p and export in 4K. Note: This section is a work in progress! I’m getting… Read More
What exactly is the point of advertising that the Ninja Inferno is also able to serve as a portable editing solution if the required converter costs triple or quadruple what you paid for the recorder/monitor itself? But that’s exactly what Atomos is doing. I was on the phone with Atomos technical support in Melbourne this… Read More
Unable to find a proper support for my newly purchased Ninja Inferno, I flew to Bangkok this morning to pick up the Bright Tangerine Titan Arm. The manufacturer claims it can support up to 8kg/17lbs, and there’s no doubt in my mind that this is no exaggeration. You’ve really got to handle one of these… Read More