Marshall Electronics M-CT6 6.2" Widescreen Camera-Top Field LCD with AA Battery Plate

Marshall Electronics M-CT6 6.2" Widescreen Camera-Top Field LCD with AA Battery Plate

Marshall Electronics M-CT6 6.2" Widescreen Camera-Top Field LCD with AA Battery Plate

B&H # MAMCT6AA MFR # M-CT6-AA
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Product Highlights

  • 6.2" LED LCD
  • 800x600 Screen Resolution
  • HDMI, VGA, and RCA Inputs
  • Auto Aspect Ratio Detection
  • Built-In Audio Monitoring
  • Optional Interchangeable Battery Plates
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Marshall Electronics M-CT6-AA overview

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The M-CT6 Portable Camera-Top Field Monitor from Marshall Electronics is a 6.2" monitor for camcorders and DSLR cameras. Whether for stills or video work, the 800x600 high resolution display will ensure that your shots are in focus and the maximum supported resolution of 1920x1440 will scale any HD or SD source. This is especially helpful for older DSLRs whose output resolution decreases after the record button is pressed. With the M-CT6 no extra adjustments have to be made in order to achieve the correct framing. For consistent illumination across the screen the display utilizes an LED backlight rated at a bright 400 cd/m2.

To maximize compatibility the M-CT6 includes a variety of inputs. For analog sources, the M-CT6 has a VGA input and an A/V breakout cable with RCA inputs. On the digital side, the M-CT6 has an HDMI input for HDSLR cameras and camcorders.

The power options on the M-CT6 are very flexible. Out of the box, the monitor includes a AA battery plate. Since AA batteries are easily bought at any store, having power for your monitor during extended shoots is not an issue. If you want to expand the power capabilities of your monitor, more battery plates can be purchased separately to use with popular rechargeable camera and camcorder batteries.

The M-CT6 provides all the accessories you need to use it right out of the box. Included are a standard HDMI cable, an HDMI to mini-HDMI cable, and an A/V breakout cable. The included shoe-mount is built with a ball-and-socket articulating 1/4-20" screw so you can mount the monitor on top of your camera.

Swappable Battery Plates
The battery plate on the back of the monitor can be changed to support a multitude of different rechargeable batteries including Canon LP-E6 and Sony L series batteries to match the camera for your project.
Auto Aspect Ratio Detect
The M-CT6 will automatically detect the aspect ratio of the incoming video stream and display it correctly for accurate monitoring.
Audio Monitoring
The M-CT6 features audio monitoring by way of a 3.5 mm headphone jack and built-in speaker. Input audio via the HDMI port or the A/V breakout cable.
Image Flip/Flop
The M-CT6 can flip and/or flop the incoming video signal in order to compensate for lens adapters which may reverse the image.
UPC: 801813165081
In the Box
Marshall Electronics M-CT6 6.2" Widescreen Camera-Top Field LCD with AA Battery Plate
  • Mini HDMI to HDMI Cable
  • HDMI to HDMI Cable
  • A/V Cable
  • Power Supply
  • Remote Control
  • Articulating Shoe Mount
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Marshall Electronics M-CT6-AA specs

    Display Size & Type 6.2" / 15.7 cm LED TFT LCD
    Display Resolution 800x480
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Display Resolution Support Up to 1920x1440
    Inputs 1x PC (VGA)
    2x RCA
    1x RCA Audio
    1x HDMI
    Outputs 1x 3.5 mm Headphone
    Brightness 400 cd/m2
    Contrast Ratio 500:1
    Viewing Angle (H/V) 150°/140°
    Operating Temperature -4 to 131°F / -10 to 75°C
    Size 6.7 x 4.84 x 1.36" (170.18 x 122.94 x 34.54 mm)
    Weight (without Batteries) 10.5oz / 297.67 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.0 x 14.0 x 6.0"

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