Delvcam 7" On-Camera HDMI Monitor with Video Waveform

Delvcam 7" On-Camera HDMI Monitor with Video Waveform

Delvcam 7" On-Camera HDMI Monitor with Video Waveform

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Product Highlights

  • 1280x800 Resolution IPS LCD
  • HDMI Input
  • Component & Composite Inputs
  • HDMI Output
  • 178° Viewing Angles
  • Tally Interface
  • Waveform / Histogram / Audio Level Meter
  • Vector Scope / Peaking / False Color
  • Detachable Sunhood Included
  • NP-F790 & LP-E6 Type Battery Plates
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Delvcam DELV-WFORM-7 overview

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The Delvcam 7" On-Camera HDMI Monitor with Video Waveform is a versatile 16:9 broadcast monitor with a resolution of 1280x800. It provides a wide range of A/V connections for compatibility with SD and HD signals. Inputs include one HDMI input and analog composite and component inputs on BNC connectors. An HDMI output lets you duplicate and send your video content to an additional monitor.

The 7" IPS LCD is LED backlit and provides a wide 178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles and an 800:1 contrast ratio. A selection of advanced monitoring features are available to help you properly exposure and focus your shots. Features include waveform, histogram, vector scope, false color, and focus peaking. A 1:1 pixel mapping function is also available, allowing you to view the original resolution of your footage for more accurate focusing. Four programmable function buttons provide quick access to the features you use the most.

The monitor is powered from 5 to 12 VDC via a male 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 bracket. Also included with the monitors is a desktop stand with yoke mount, detachable sunhood, HDMI cable, tally cable, power cable, and DC adapter. A briefcase style carrying case comes included for safely storing and transporting the monitor.

  • 7" IPS panel 178° wide viewing angles
  • 1280x800 Resolution
  • 400cd/m2 Brightness
  • 800:1 Contrast ratio
  • HDMI Input
  • Component and Composite inputs on BNC connectors
  • Active buffered HDMI Output
  • Tally interface
  • 7-24 VDC operation
UPC: 854554007462
In the Box
Delvcam 7" On-Camera HDMI Monitor with Video Waveform
  • NP-F970 Type Battery Plate
  • LP-E6 Type Battery Plate
  • Battery Plate Adapter Bracket
  • HDMI Cable
  • Power and Tally Cable
  • DC Adapter
  • Desktop Yoke Stand
  • Sun Hood
  • Carrying Case
  • Limited 90-Day Warranty
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    Delvcam DELV-WFORM-7 specs

    Display
    Type 7" IPS LCD
    LED backlit
    Resolution 1280 x 800
    Supports up to 1920x1080
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Brightness 400 cd/m2
    Contrast Ratio 800:1
    Viewing Angle (H/V) 178° / 178°
    Inputs/Outputs
    Inputs
    1 x HDMI
    1 x Component, BNC connectors
    1 x Composite, BNC connector
    2 x Audio (L/R), RCA connectors
    1 x Tally, VGA style DB connector
    Outputs
    1 x HDMI
    Audio
    Monitoring 1 x Built-in speaker
    1 x 3.5 mm headphone jack
    General
    Mounting Thread 1/4"-20
    Current 900 mA
    Input Voltage 7 to 24 VDC, 4-pin XLR connector
    Battery Plate Type LP-E6
    NP-F970
    Power Consumption 11 W
    Operating Temperature -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
    Storage Temperature -22 to 158°F (-30 to 70°C)
    Dimensions (L x W x H) Monitor: 7.5 x 6.0 x 1.2" (19.1 x 15.2 x 3.1 cm)
    Monitor with Sunhood: 7.5 x 6.0 x 5.6" (19.1 x 15.2 x 14.1 cm)
    Weight Monitor Only: 1.68 lb (0.76 kg)
    With Sunhood: 2.07 lb (0.94 kg)
    With Carrying Case: 4.76 lb (2.16 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.52 x 11.024 x 4.409"

    Delvcam DELV-WFORM-7 reviews

    7" On-Camera HDMI Monitor with Video Waveform is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 10.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Step up your game Excellent features for the price. I never know how much difference a field monitor would make in our production quality. This unit has false color which aids focussing; wave form and histogram views to aid the lighting set-up up front so less effort is needed in post. Unit comes with a sun shield for outdoor use and has a variety of mounting options. It can be mounted on top of a DSLR with the hot shoe mount or on a stand or tripod. Multiple inputs formats can be used although I only use the HDMI input. I use a separate HDMI selector switch to enable multiple cameras to use the same monitor which facilitates camera matching.
    Date published: 2016-03-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Monitor for the Money This monitor is feature packed for the price. We are using it for an on set production monitor which works very well. It has everything you would want including audio monitoring at the monitor. Focus peaking is very nice and the wave form is handy too. We use the NP-F970 batteries and we yet have to change batteries during a shoot. I was also very pleasantly surprised when the monitor arrived in a very nice metal case. The only negative is the menu navigation is a bit clunky but is alright once you get used to it. Bottom line... You'll have to pay more than twice the money for a monitor with the same features and quality. Highly recommended for low budget and student film programs.
    Date published: 2015-03-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from outstanding product I am using this monitor on a Sony PDM 320 and it replaced a monitor with much less resolution. HD focusing is much easier now. Also the ability to use my Sony batteries when shooting where there is no AC to plug into is very helpful. Only thing I did not like was the short power cord that was included. You will need to get a 4 pin XLR power cord if you use it with a 110 volt power supply. One other thing there was an HDMI cord that was missing in the box. B&H promptly sent me another one. B&H has always been a reliable source for all my video production needs.
    Date published: 2014-07-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love it I am an independent producer, shooter, editor, scriptwriter, etc. I shoot a great many interviews and have, as of late, been reducing the size and weight of the gear I have to lug around. For the last year, I have been lugging around a TV set I bought@. It was cheap and I really only needed it for positioning of the interviewee. I had to bring power blocks and stingers to run the TV set. Now, with this hot little monitor, I not only get great positioning, outstanding quality of image, and other features (some of which I don't use), it also runs forever on batteries. Before I purchased it, I read some of the reviews. I must say that I could find none of the problems other people say they had. I think most of those other reviewers preferred to open the package, turn everything on, and, then, when it wasn't exactly what they expected, tried to read the instructions. I read them first and the unit is great. I have compared it with other units that cost four times as much and I can't tell the difference.
    Date published: 2015-10-09
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Verdict is still out I used this monitor with a canon 70D. The image was clear and appeared very close in color detail, resolution and framing to the small on-board viewer on the camera. I used it with a canon battery pack and its supplied power supply. I also used the monitor with a video camera. There as a field monitor, it worked flawlessly except as noted below. It took some very careful reading of the small manual that accompanied the monitor before I was able to gain access to the features needed. Once the needed features were assigned to the functions and front panel knobs I was able to use the monitor as intended. However, here are some things this monitor did not consistently do: monitor audio at the monitor. It never monitored the waveform in the component position. The HDMI input was slow to access and often would not work at all. That particular problem was verified as being a monitor problem by using the same HDMI cable, I actually used 3 different lengths, and connecting to another large screen monitor. On the large screen monitor, I could repeatedly connect and disconnect the HDMI input and the image would come back each time it was reconnected. On the Delvcam 7 monitor, this was not the case. I am waiting for a replacement to see if this is a problem with that particular line or simply a defective monitor. BTW, B&H was very responsive in providing support and making it easy to return the product.
    Date published: 2015-06-16
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall a very useful product I use this as a low-cost monitor for home and church video production. The picture is good, but if the waveform monitor and vectorscope can be made full-screen, I haven't found the command yet. This is my only criticism at this time - small waveform and vector displays. But yes, for the money it is a very good buy. I have also found the composite input useful for status monitoring on some older gear that only outputs composite.
    Date published: 2017-09-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great 7 inch monitor/viewfinder I submitted a review glowing about the various features, rugged metal construction, excellent color rendering, controls that really work, built in waveform monitors including a vectorscope amazing at such low cost. But the video image was full of edge enhancement artifacts and that was, for me, a deal breaker. I finally drilled down to the assigned options menu for the rotary encoders and found the sharpness setting which was cranked to 50. Turn that down to zero and you can completely turn off artificial edge enhancement. Now video images are clean and detailed with no edge artifacts that tend to sacrefice detail definition for what appears to be sharpness at a distance. So, upon re-assessment of this product, I can say I'm blown away by it! It deserves five stars. It is by far the best in its class 7 inch monitor. Unlike previous all plastic versions from the OEM Lilliput, this monitor's metal frame is heavy. So be aware, if you camera mount it it'll change the center of gravity of your rig. The thin plasic sunvisor of previous models has been replaced by a rugged fabric versioon that attaches to a snap on frame with Velcro. This will take a lot more field abuse. The two separate power inlets of previous models, coaxial and four pin XLR have been replaced by a single XLR which also serves as the input to control teh built in tally lights red or green. The unit ships with an adapter cable XLR-4 to coaxial with breakout for flying tally leads. So, it is obviouly aiming at professional users. Battery power options permit direct mounting of Sony or Panasonic consumer Lithium batteries or adapter plates for Anton Baur or Sony V Mount pro battery packs. Standard outboard 12 VDC sources will power it too. The various waveform monitors including an audio bargraph level meter add to the utility of this monitor. Audio can come from RCA inputs or from the digital audio stream of an HDMI connection! Just as I mentioned the need to explore the various menus to discover sharpening could be adjusted down to zero, you shoukld be aware you can adjsut teh audio monitor speaker and headphone output too even though there is no dedicated control for it until you assign one of the four rotary encoders to it. Not having more than four dedicated rotary encoders is an inconvenience, but minor.
    Date published: 2015-03-26
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from I'm sure there are worse monitors Overall, I wasn't satisfied with this purchase. I tried using it for one evening while shooting a music video on a Canon 6D. The pros did not outweigh the cons. If you want my suggestion, save up more money and purchase a higher quality monitor. Pros 1. It ships with a foam padded carrying case. 2. It includes all cables and mounts ready for a DSLR. Cons 1. The menu is horrible and confusing. Many of the options are hidden and can only be assigned to a knob and then adjusted... meaning if you constantly want to tweak more than a few options (brightness, sharpness...etc), you'll be required to navigate the awful menu and assign it to a knob every single time you want to tweak it. 2. Out of the box, the factory settings are awful. The sharpness is turned up way too high. For a while I thought the screen was just awful until I finally found the option for the sharpness. 3. The screen quality is not what I expected of an IPS panel. The color and contrast would change even with the slightest tilt of the screen. 4. The screen was much heavier than I expect and would completely overpower the weight of the DSLR. 5. The included mount is always wobbly, no matter how much you try to tighten the knobs. 6. The DSLR battery adapters are insanely difficult to work with. It's almost like whoever engineered them said Instead of making these fit perfectly, why don't we make them like 3% too big so they're almost impossible to attach batteries to?
    Date published: 2015-06-15
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