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VariZoom VZ-TFT7 7" LCD Monitor

B&H # VAVZTFT7 Mfr # VZ-TFT-7
Discontinued

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This item has been discontinued by the manufacturer and is no longer available.

Product Highlights
  • 1440 x 234 Pixels / 480 x 240 Lines
  • 250cd/m²
  • 16:9 / 4:3
  • NTSC / PAL Autoswitch
  • Low Power Consumption

The VZ-TFT-7 monitor serves two valuable purposes for the serious videographer. First, it functions as an external video display, allowing the shooter to step back from the camera while recording (no more bending over to peek through a tiny viewfinder). Combined with a tripod-mounted camera and a VariZoom lens controller, the VZ-TFT-7 emulates a 16:9 studio-style rig costing thousands of dollars. Used on a hand-held camera, the VZ-TFT-7 enables the operator to walk around with ease while accurately framing shots. Additionally, the VZ-TFT-7 provides a highly compact and affordable alternative to bringing a conventional CRT video monitor into the field for video playback.

Use the VZ-TFT-7 to review footage on an airplane or any other small space. Whether mounted on the camera using the optional swivel shoe mount (VZ-Shoe) or near the camera using the included stand, the monitor provides instant playback of footage for small groups. This monitor easily switches between 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratio as well as helpful image orientation controls for DOF adapters.

Note! Shoe mount and battery must be purchased separately

The active matrix, 16:9 aspect ratio TFT display offers a large, bright 7" image with a wide viewing angle.
The TFT (Thin Film Transistor) technology built-in to the display reduces blurring and strobing effects that are commonly found on competing displays. The displayed image is more responsive with a wider viewing angle range.
Screen Size 7" TFT LCD
Video System NTSC/PAL
Picture Elements 1440 x 234 pixels, 480 x 240 lines
16:9/4:3 Switchable
Brightness 250 Nits TYP
Viewing Angle 30/60/60/60° (Top/Bottom/L/R)
Picture Controls Color, Brightness, Contrast, Tint
Inputs/Outputs Composite Video: RCA (x1 Input)
DC In
Power Consumption 10W
Power Requirements 10-17VDC
Dimensions (WxHxD) 7.6 x 4.17 x 0.98" (19.3 x 10.6 x 2.5 cm)
Weight 0.84 lbs (0.38kg)
VariZoom VZ-TFT7 7" LCD Monitor
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  • 4' RCA Cable
  • 90-Day Parts & Labor Warranty
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