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Sony LPM770BP Active Matrix Portable LCD Monitor (7")

B&H # SOLPM770BP Mfr # LPM-770BP
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Product Highlights
  • Color Peaking Function
  • False Color Video Level Indicator
  • Native Resolution Function
  • Powered by Sony InfoLithium Batteries

The Sony LPM770BP Active Matrix Portable LCD Monitor (7”) is ideal for applications that require fast and accurate focus, and exposure control. Featuring color peaking function, it enables instant confirmation of the elements that are in focus. The monitor also allows you to choose the peaking sensitivity to match the scene being shot.

Equipped with a False Color Video Level indicator, the LPM770BP Active Matrix Portable LCD Monitor offers optimum exposure and skin tone level in images by coloring the specific video brightness levels. It displays the image exactly as it is being captured by the camera’s image sensor using the native resolution function with 1:1 pixel mapping.

Compatible with a wide range of cameras, the LPM770BP Active Matrix Portable LCD Monitor provides flexible connectivity with 1 HDMI, 1 Component, and 2 composite inputs. It also includes four 1/4" threads that enable you to directly mount it to the camera head or an Israeli arm. The monitor is powered via a 4-pin XLR plug or Sony InfoLithium L-Series batteries.

7" (17.8 cm) TFT active matrix screen
Ideal for applications that require fast and accurate focus and exposure control
Color peaking function - enables instant confirmation of the elements that are in focus
Allows you to choose the peaking sensitivity to match the scene being shot
False Color Video Level indicator - offers optimum exposure and skin tone level in images by coloring the specific video brightness levels
Native resolution function with 1:1 pixel mapping - displays the image exactly as it is being captured by the camera's image sensor
Compatible with a wide range of cameras
Provides flexible connectivity with 1 HDMI, 1 Component, and 2 composite inputs
Includes four 1/4" threads that enable you to directly mount it to the camera head or an Israeli arm
Powered via its 4-pin XLR plug or Sony InfoLithium L-Series batteries
Connector / Interface Composite Video inputs / BNC (x2) loop-through,with 75 ohms automatic termination.
Component input/ BNC (x1), 0.7 Vp-p ±3dB (75% chrominance normal color bar signal)
Audio input/ Stereo mini jack (x1)
HDMI input/ HDMI Type A (x1)
Headphone Output/ Stereo mini jack (x1)
Dimensions (WxHxD) 7.38 x 5.75 x 2.63 " (187.45 × 146 × 66.8 mm)
Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Power Consumption Maximum approximately 15 W
Power Requirements DC 7.2 V Sony NP-F970/F770 battery
DC 12 V via 4-pin XLR connector
Power Supply Any 12V 4-Pin XLR External Power Supply
AC-VQL1BP
AC-VQ1050
AC-V1BP
AC-V700
Weight 1.85 lb (840 g)
Sony LPM770BP Active Matrix Portable LCD Monitor (7")
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    SonyLPM770BP Active Matrix Portable LCD Monitor (7")
     
    3.7

    (based on 3 reviews)

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    67%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Lightweight (3)

    Cons

      Best Uses

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          • Business (3)

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        2.0

        Horrible viewing angle

        By Videojoe03

        from Lubbock, texas

        About Me Quality Oriented

        Pros

        • Lightweight
        • Vivid Colors

        Cons

        • Inaccurate Colors
        • Plastic contruction
        • Poor viewing angle

        Best Uses

        • Paper Weight

        Comments about Sony LPM770BP Active Matrix Portable LCD Monitor (7"):

        We purchased three of these monitors to go with our new fs100s.This monitor may be fine for most people's use but it drove me crazy because the viewing angle was so narrow. The built in speaker is nice and the features are good. its the viewing angle that, for field use, almost makes the unit completely unusable. If this was a $500 monitor, I would expect a cheaper display panel, but this is $. I would strongly suggest spending a little extra and getting a $1500 Marshall. The image quality is great and it's a lot more durable than this one. This Sony is made of plastic. We have been using a marshall for months on our F3 and they are spectacular for the money.

        • Primary use:
        • Business
        • Computer Platform:
        • Mac

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        5.0

        Great HiDef Monitor

        By JBar Video

        from Alexandria, VA

        About Me Quality Oriented

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Adjustable
        • Lightweight
        • Sharp Image

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Easy to view recordings

          Comments about Sony LPM770BP Active Matrix Portable LCD Monitor (7"):

          I use the monitor with my Sony NEX-FS100UK camcorder.

          Great: HiDef picture using HDMC connection. Uses my Sony InfoLithium batteries from my HVR-PD150, HVR-Z1U and my FS100.

          Not So Great: Challenging to setup to assist manual focus. Wish the monitor had a U-bracket (like Panasonic has on their monitors) to attach to my mattebox support rods.

          • Primary use:
          • Business
          • Computer Platform:
          • PC

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          4.0

          Mixed feelings.

          By Markatect

          from Charlotte, NC

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          Pros

          • Adjustable
          • Easy To Set Up
          • Lightweight
          • Sharp Image
          • Vivid Colors

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Sony LPM770BP Active Matrix Portable LCD Monitor (7"):

              Too expensive. Well made and easy to use. Reasonable battery life, but keeps spares handy. Why is it designed with 15:9 and not 16:9 format? 7" is not all that big to begin with and the 15:9 format leaves black bars at the top and bottom of the screen. Nice to use the same batteries as my FS-100. Well made shade, but a little cumbersome to attach. Focus peaking is a nice function. I will keep it and continue to complain about it.

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              • Business
              • Computer Platform:
              • PC

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