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Header image for article NAB 2013: Atomos Samurai Blade

NAB 2013: Atomos Samurai Blade

I stopped by the Atomos booth to take a look at their newest camera-mounted recorder, the Samurai Blade. It features a 5" 1280x720 IPS panel, as well as built-in waveform and vectorscope tools.

The Samurai Blade is expected to be available around summer time with a list price of $1295. For more details, watch my video above.

Jeff Lee
Director of Education, AbelCine

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