The Elvid OCM-10-PSM FieldVision 10.1" Pro IPS LCD Monitor with Scopes is a compact battery powered field monitor with a 16:10 native aspect ratio, and a wide variety of signal scopes that allows you to customize your display to suit changing needs depending on the job. It features a mode that tiles histogram, audio bar, vector, RGB histogram, and YUV waveform in a border surrounding your video image, allowing you an unobstructed view of your video and scopes at the same time. The IPS panel features a native 1280 x 800 resolution that scales to fit HD and SD images, in NTSC and PAL, over SDI and HDMI connections. The monitor features two separate anamorphic modes, a 1.33 and a 2.0x squeeze, allowing you to view your footage unsqueezed, even if your camera doesn't unsqueeze the output.
The monitor automatically detects and displays the signal, and provides a 178° viewing angle without noticeable color or contrast shift. You use the front mounted knobs to select which scopes you wish to display, as well as choose from a variety of safe area markers as well as peaking and zebras. You can select to display audio level meters on the side of the monitor if you wish, or monitor the audio from the built-in speaker or headphone jack. The monitor is powered from optional Sony L-type battery, 4-pin XLR connector, or 12 VDC coax input with the included power adapter.
10.1" 1280 × 800 High-Resolution IPS Screen
Vectorscope, Histogram, RGB Histogram, and Waveform (Y, YUV, RGB)
- Histogram: provides a graphic depiction of how many pixels in your image are at each level between black and white. This provides you exposure information so you can objectively judge how much of your image is clipping, falling into the shadows, or being captured faithfully.
- RGB Histogram displays each color as a histogram
- Waveform: provides an objective evaluation of your video signal. It displays the brightness of your image on an IRE scale, allowing you to see if your image will clip and where your black levels are. The monitor allows you to choose from a waveform display of RGB, YUV, and Y (Luminance).
- Vectorscope: displays the signal on a graph so you can check the phase of your colors. The vectorscope function also verifies and checks the overall tint and hue of an image.