What batteries work with Atomos Ninja V?
The 5200mAh, NP-F750 L-Series Type Battery is a lithium-ion L-series battery compatible with all battery powered Atomos Monitors Recorders, such as the Ninja V, Shogun 7 and older devices including Shogun Inferno and Flame.
A battery is one. Atomos doesn't include one; instead you just get a power supply so you can plug the Ninja into a wall outlet. That's fine for use in a studio, but you'll need a battery to work with it in the field.
Depending on the size of battery you use, you can expect 2-3 hours of life. Because it only has one battery slot, it doesn't get the benefit of being able to hot-swap power like the Atomos Shogun. If you require a longer use-time, the Ninja V does come with a power adapter that slides into the battery port.
The Atomos Ninja V 5" 4K HDMI Recording Monitor Kit with 2 L-Series Batteries, Charger and Power Adapter is a B&H kit that includes the Ninja V recording monitor and a Power kit that includes two L-series batteries, battery charger, and power adapter.
Super-long battery life: The NP-F970 has an estimated life of 720 minutes (12 hours). The battery life is based on continuous recording at 75° F for Sony camcorders with the LCD screen off and 4.0W power consumption.
Offering up to 2TB storage, a sequential read speed of up to 550MB/s and write speed up to 500MB/s, these drives can record up to 150 minutes of 4K ProRes on a single drive.
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Contents: Ninja V (RAW over SDI Pre-Activated), AtomX SDI module, 1 x Battery eliminator, 1 x international DC power supply , 1 x DTap Cable, 1 x AtomX 5″ Sunhood.
When you get the Atomos Ninja V it does not come with an SSD, or an HDMI cable to connect to your camera. So if you want to use it as a monitor and recorder you will have to purchase a compatible HDMI 2.0 cable that can pass through 4K 60P 10 bit 4:2:2 hdr data and you will have to purchase an SSD.
- Use partial-discharge cycles. ...
- Avoid charging to 100% capacity. ...
- Select the correct charge termination method. ...
- Limit the battery temperature. ...
- Avoid high charge and discharge currents. ...
- Avoid very deep discharges (below 2 V or 2.5 V)
How many hours does a lithium battery last?
A typical charge or use cycle for a lithium-ion battery is 8 hours of use, 1 hour to charge and another 8 hours of use. No cool down period is needed. This allows the battery to be used continuously throughout a 24-hour shift, with downtime occurring only during short periods of opportunity charging.
The typical estimated life of a Lithium-Ion battery is about two to three years or 300 to 500 charge cycles, whichever occurs first. One charge cycle is a period of use from fully charged, to fully discharged, and fully recharged again.
|Chemistry||Shelf Life||Cycle Life|
|Nickel Cadmium||1.5-3 Years||1,000 +|
|Nickel Metal Hydride||3-5 Years||700-1,000|
|Lithium Rechargeable||2-4 Years||600-1,000|
|Lead Acid||6 Months||Varies, see above|