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The Delvcam DELV-TOUCH-10 10.1" HDMI Touchscreen LCD Monitor is a 16:9 broadcast monitor with a resolution of 1280x800. It provides a wide range of A/V connections for compatibility with SD, HD, and VGA signals. Inputs include HDMI, VGA, and composite and component through BNC connectors. All inputs feature matching loop through outputs, letting you send your video signals to additional monitors, switchers, or recording devices.
The IPS LCD provides a large 10.1 touchscreen surface with a wide 170° horizontal and vertical viewing angle and 800:1 contrast ratio. The monitor comes with a wide selection of advanced monitoring features to help you properly exposure and focus your shots. Features include waveform, vectorscope, historgrams, and focus peaking. Audio can be monitored using on-screen audio level meters and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The monitor is powered from 7 to 24 VDC via a 4-pin XLR connector or with a single Canon LP-E6 or Sony NP-F970 type battery with the included battery plates and battery plate adapter bracket. A 1/4"-20 threaded hole at the base of the monitor is provided for mounting, with a swivel hot shoe mount included for on-camera use. Also included with the monitor is a sun hood, HDMI cable, mini XLR and tally cable, and power adapter. To keep the monitor stored and protected when not in use, a briefcase style hard carrying case is included.
Luminance, YCbCr parade, and RGB parade waveforms are available for measuring the brightness, luminance, or chroma values from a video input signal. It not only helps you keep your shots from being over or underexposed but also assists with color correction and camera white and black balance.
Vectorscope shows how saturated the image is and where the pixels in the image land on the color spectrum. It can also be displayed in various sizes and positions, allowing you to monitor color gamut range in real time.
Histogram consist of RGB, Color, and Luminance histograms. RGB histogram: Shows the red, green, and blue channels in overlay histogram Color histogram: Shows histograms for each of the red, green, and blue channels Luminance histogram: Shows the distribution of brightness in an image as a graph of luminance