The Monitor is a full HD 1920X1080 resolution, high contrast 3000:1 monitor, with a wide viewing angle IPS Panel. It provides a wide range of A/V connections for compatibility with SD and HD signals. Inputs and outputs include 3G HD-SDI, HDMI, Composite and Component.
The monitor features a wide horizontal and vertical viewing angle, up to 250nit and High Contrast 3000:1. This means you’ll be able to see accurate, consistent and bright images from any point of view. A selection of advanced monitoring features are available to help you properly monitor and focus your shots. Features include focus peaking, check field, screen marker and center marker. A 1:1 pixel mapping function is also available, allowing you to view the original resolution of your footage for more accurate focusing.
The monitor can be powered via the Sony V mount plate, the 12 VDC port, or a male 4-pin XLR connector. There are three handles incoporated into the monitor, two on the front and one in the rear providing ease of transfer from in or out of the case. The included aluminum case provides robust protection for field monitoring, travel and storage.
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800*480 HDMI AV Field Monitor w/ Peaking Focus Assist...
The digital wireless lens control provides the ability to remotely control focus when used on jibs, cranes, dollies, gimbals, steadicams and drones.
No latency with using real-time HD video transmission technology....
FROM OUR BLOG
CAME-7800 Gimbal Used In This BMX Video By Tempo Media UK
Tempo Media UK, went out with his Panasonic GH4 and CAME-7800 and shot this video that showcases BMX rider, Jay Cowley.
The video shows how the CAME-7800 gimbal can be a good piece of equipment to have for shooting action sports like BMX, skateboarding, rollerblading, etc. The CAME-7800 is a great gimbal for DSLR cameras like the Canon 5Dmkiii or mkii but can also work with smaller cameras like a Panasonic GH4 or Sony A7s. Read More >