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Atomos Announces New ‘Power Station’ In Field Power Solution

By Anthony Thurston on October 29th 2014

Atomos, the company behind the popular field recorders like the Ninja and Shogun, has just announced a new power solution. They call it the ‘Power Station‘, and it is meant to power up to three devices in the field.


As you can see from the image above, the Atomos Power Station is a power brick that you can attach below your camera that can provide power to LED lights, Monitors, External Recorders (like the Ninja or Shogun), even your DSLR (with the needed adapter).

The Atomos Power Station gets its power from one of two Sony L-series batteries (you can get adapters for Canon LP-6, and Nikon EN-EL15 batteries if you prefer). The batteries are hot swappable and both have their own power indicators so you know how much juice is left in each one.1083145

Atomos Power Station Specs

  • Dual Battery System
  • Mounts Beneath Camera via 1/4″-20 Screw
  • Compatible with Sony L-Series Batteries
  • Batteries are Hot-Swappable
  • Dual 6.2 to 8.4 VDC Power Outputs
  • DC Splitter Cable
  • Dual USB Power Outputs
  • Independent 5-Step Battery Level Meters
  • Two 2600 mAh Batteries Included


Seems like it could be a useful device for when a larger power source like a vagabond is not necessarily needed. I would be curious to see how long one of these lasts under a full load for an entire shoot.

If you are interested these new Atomos Power Stations are now available for pre-order over on B&H for $295 and are expected to begin shipping in November.

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Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Aaron Cheney

    This is a great idea. Would definitely like to see how it performs

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  2. Will Conway-Isaacs

    Neat idea, i think there are cheaper alternatives though

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  3. Hoang Nguyen

    There is a cheaper solution on amazon for 1/6 the price and 5x the capacity.


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  4. Ian Moss

    Wouldn’t it be lighter and cheaper to invest in some rechargeable batteries?

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    • Greg Silver

      But I think this would be useful to double up on recharging other devices such as cell phones in the field where power sources are scarce.

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    • Ian Moss

      You don’t have a spare battery for your ‘phone?

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    • Jason Boa

      I totally agree

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    • Jason Boa

      Am I right in thinking this is a battery powered battery charger ??
      I that not a complete nonsense !!

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  5. Brandon Dewey

    interesting, I would like to see how it performs in the field.

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