Sony Introduces AtomX SSDmini Storage for Atomos Recorders

Sony has introduced three new SSD storage products designed for use in Atomos recorders.

Sony said the AtomX SSDmini was designed to fit Atomos Ninja V, Shogun and Sumo outboard recording devices. A dependable storage solution for any video professional, the Sony AtomX is available in three capacities: 500GB, 1TB and 2TB. It allows reliable recording without frame dropout.

With up to 550MB/s read and write speeds, the AtomX is fast enough for 4K recording. It’s casing has been upgraded to a shock resistance of up to 1500G/05ms. It’s durable SATA III connector has been tested with repeated insertions and removals over 3000 times.

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