IBC 2015: Atomos demonstrated its Shogun Studio for the first time at IBC.

Targeted at live events, broadcasters and mobile production teams, Atomos described the Shogun Studio as “the world’s first all-in-one 4K and HD, two-channel, dual 7-inch 3RU rack recorder, monitor and playback deck”.

The dual record channels provide the ability to simultaneously record two separate inputs at a resolution up to 4K 30p or HD 120p or two versions of the same input.

The two 7-inch SuperAtom IPS monitors have built-in scopes for shot setup and 4K to HD down scaling for connection with existing HD infrastructure or multi resolution master/proxy recording. The Shogun Studio features nine-pin Sony RS422 machine control, AMP over Ethernet or start/stop trigger over both HDMI and SDI.

The Shogun Studio will be available by the end of the year for £2,595.

The Ninja Assassin, a 4K upgrade to the Ninja range, is also on show.

“IBC is as diverse as Europe itself and our announcements deliver exciting news for every workflow and customer segment,” said Atomos chief executive Jeromy Young.

“From cinema and broadcast upgrading to 4K through to HD filmmakers unlocking faster, cheaper, better workflows for the first time with a sub $300 Ninja, ProRes is now for the masses.”