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Global tech company Atomos have unveiled three new products and two partnerships at the NAB show in Las Vegas.

Atomos is an international video technology company who provide a faster, higher quality and more affordable means for production.

These products include the Shogun VII, a 7-inch recorder & switcher, the Shinobi SDI which is based after the successful launch of the first Shinobi product in March 2019 and the AtomX SDI module which adds SDI compatibility for the Ninja V users.

These products target the rapidly growing social, pro-video and entertainment segments of the video market.

The new partnerships include one with sound and display company Dolby and another with the worlds largest video marketplace Pond5.

CEO Jeromy Young is excited for the products to be released to the public.

“The collaborations with Dolby Vision and Pond5 provide and improved offering for Atomos customers which we anticipate will strengthen the value proposition of our products and underpin continued revenue growth,” he said.

The release of these three products adds to the target of Atomos doubling its range of monitor-recorder products by 2020.

“These three product launches further broaden Atomos’ reach across the rapidly growing social, pro-video and entertainment segments of the video market,” Mr. Young added.

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