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Sumo Monitor-Recorder
The Atomos Sumo, is hailed as the first 19-inch screen production monitor that also records 4K 12-bit Raw,
10-bit ProRes/DNxHR, plus 1080p60 live switching and recording...

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tomos is once again redefining the workflow
options for video creatives by creating the first
production/studio monitor to combine a 19-inch HDR
1200nit 10+ stop panel with 4K 12-bit Raw or 10-bit
422 ProRes/DNxHR recording, and HD recording
up to 240p or live switching and recording of four
1080p60 channels.
Monitor usage
Adding HDR and 1200nit brightness to a 19inch monitor at the price point is an amazing feat
itself, but the addition of recording, switching and
playback is a true revolution, completely redefining
how production monitors will be used on set and
in studio. It gives clients and crew on set instant
access to review recorded content in HDR quality
and doubles as a grading and editing monitor for
laptops in the field. The live switching and recording
is another dimension again adding
the flexibility to live switch between
four 1080/60p channels, record 4 x
ISO channels and mix a live record
complete with cueing, cross fade and
hard cuts.
"Seeing innovation come to life
is the most exciting part of making
technology products. Sumo is one of the
most remarkable video products I have
worked on." said Jeromy Young CEO
and Co-Founder of Atomos. "Versatile
and highly advanced yet simple to use, it
covers all kinds of high quality production
from end to end at a fraction of traditional
costs. The Atomos Sumo is truly revolutionary".
Go HDR
Sumo's 19" 1920x1080 10-bit LCD panel is driven
by the AtomHDR engine which precisely maps the
Log/PQ/HLG from popular cameras, game consoles
or TV makers to perfectly resolve 10+ stops of HDR
in real-time. The brightness range and vivid colors of
HDR bring scenes to life either on the monitor itself,
or when output to larger HDR/Rec709 displays for on
set review. It can also be used with popular NLE or
grading suites for affordable HDR or SDR editing or
grading in the studio.

On set high-brightness monitor-recorder

Sumo - HDR workhorse

most advanced audio feature set in a monitor today.
There is also a 3.5mm stereo headphone jack and
built-in speakers for on set instant immersive review
or complete internal recording review anytime
anywhere with clients or production team.

12-bit RAW, 10-bit ProRes/DNxHR
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 can preserve pristine
quality direct from the sensor with data rates of up
to 3.2 Gbps. Record direct to high capacity and widely
available 2.5" SSD's that provide an affordable
solution for long recording times.
Live Switch & Record
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.
XLR Monitor & Record
Eliminate the need for a separate audio recorder
by using the full size XLR connections to connect and
power external microphones for balanced analogue
audio with dedicated meters and adjustments for
frame delay and gain. 48V phantom mics or line
level audio are all seamlessly synchronized for the

High Brightness
The extremely bright 1200nit display means
you can accurately monitor, even when outside
in daylight. Additionally, for the ultimate isolated
viewing performance an optional hood is available.
Like all high-end monitor's, Sumo also has calibration
to compensate for the natural color and brightness
drift that monitors exhibit over time. Sumo's
calibration input lets you use X-Rite's i1DisplayPro to
always ensure accurate HDR and Rec709 monitoring.
Quad SDI & HDMI 2.0 I/O
Seamlessly connect any SDI or HDMI device and
convert between HDMI 2.0 & 3G QuadLink/6G/12G
SDI 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.
Rugged
The aluminum alloy chassis with built-in armor
houses 10 mounting points around the bezel/
top/bottom/side, a rear panel VESA mount and
an included stand for a variety of mounting
configurations. The optional mounting plates connect
two V-Lock / Anton Bauer batteries which in tandem
with our patent pending continuous power system
allows batteries to be hot swapped to ensure you're
never without power in the field. The Sumo delivers
all of this connectivity while still maintaining a total
weight of 6.2kg (13.7lb).
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