The Atomos Shogun 7 is a powerhouse, with a 7-inch, 1920 x 1280 touch-screen that makes it easy to see small details. It provides a suite of scopes and software tools to help set exposure, pull focus, or apply different looks—known as LUTs—that help you see your footage as it’ll look after being color-corrected. The monitor supports resolutions up to DCI 4K at 60p, and up to 2K at 240p for slow-motion effects. More than just a monitor, the Shogun 7 records footage to 2.5-inch solid-state drives using AppleProRes Raw, ProRes 4:2:2, CinemaDMG, and Avid DNxHD codecs. For those shooting in high-dynamic range formats like Sony’s SLog3, Canon’s CLog, or Blackmagic Cinema, the Shogun 7’s AtomHDR display produces more accurate color and contrast. The monitor runs off a single Sony L-series battery, and dual battery plates support hot-swapping so you don’t have to interrupt your shoot. The monitor also has balanced XLR inputs with +48V phantom power in case your camera’s audio isn’t up to snuff.