Shoot in log from the camera and for the first time, thanks to the AtomHDR engine, reproduce the vibrant colours & brightness of HDR in post production on a field monitor. The Shogun Flame is a 7 10-bit 1500nit Field Monitor with the AtomHDR engine, connections for HDMI / SDI / XLR and recording for both Video and Raw (Sony & Canon) to 4K/HD 10-bit ProRes/DNxHR. AtomHDR = More detail - AtomHDR delivers 10 stops of dynamic range (brightness range) to match 10-bit camera LOG footage, revealing detail in highlights & shadows usually clipped on traditional (REC709) monitors. Supported LOG cameras include: Sony, Canon, Panasonic, ARRI, RED & JVC. High Bright 7 Calibrated Monitor; The worlds most advanced 7 field monitor, with 1500nits brightness for outdoor shooting, native Full HD resolution & calibration to ensure natural LCD colour drift can be corrected over time - shoot what you see guaranteed. 10-bit monitoring; Upgraded 10bit processing to resolve 1.07 billion colours compared to the 16.7 million colours of traditional 8bit panels to all but eliminate colour banding. 10-bit post production; Monitor post production content in 10-bit HDR for any NLE or colour correction suite. HDMI/SDI - With both HDMI and SDI in/out you have the maximum flexibility in choice of camera including Raw SDI cameras like the Sony FS700/FS7 and Canon C500/C300MKII. With bi-directional conversion allowing you to add any camera to your HDMI or SDI workflow. 4K & Raw Recording - Record direct from the sensor at 4K UHD (up to 30p) or HD (50/60/120p) at higher resolution 10-bit colour with precise yet efficient 4:2:2 colour encoding. Even record Raw to ProRes/DNx for select Sony & Canon cameras. Continuous power - Atomos's patent pending hot swappable dual battery system for continuous power is backed up with the included power accessories including 2 x 4-cell batteries, D-Tap to DC cable and a blazingly fast battery charger. Improved Video Quality - 10-bit colour resolution, 4:2:2 colour accuracy and visually lossless ProRes/DNxHR compression. IMPORTANT WARRANTY NOTE - LCD MONITORS For LCD monitors, "dead" pixels that are within the central region of the screen are usually repaired under warranty, however if pixels are around the outer edges of the screen, this is usually classified by manufacturers as a paid repair. 3+ pixels or edge bleed may be covered under the first year warranty, In most cases dead pixels and not covered under warranty by LCD manufacturers.