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Monitor your HD videos with this 7" IPS On-Camera Monitor from FeelWorld for vivid image reproduction and wide viewing angles. The 1280x800 LCD panel supports the display of 1080p, 720p and SD resolutions for high-definition and legacy workflows. A wide selection of video I/O on the rear is available. Digital SDI and HDMI inputs and outputs are complemented by component and composite analog inputs and outputs. Audio input into the monitor can be monitored via on-board speaker or with the 3.5mm headphone jack. On the outside surface of the monitor, four 1/4"-20 threads can be used for mounting the display on a rig or a stand. A ball mount is included for attaching to your camera's accessory shoe.
Other advantages of the IPS panel employed in this monitor include wider viewing angles, 178° in this case, a more vibrant color representation (compared to most panels utilizing TN technology), and a bright 400cd/m² output. A collapsible hood is included for blocking screen glare resulting from bright light sources. Also included in the box is an HDMI to Mini HDMI cable, a battery plate which accepts Sony L-series batteries, and a tally adapter kit for connecting to live switching equipment.
Peaking Focus Assist
Add colored highlights to high-contrast edges in the image to easily determine correct focus. The image can be displayed in color or monochrome for clearer delineation of high-contrast edges.
Histogram: The built-in histogram displays the distribution of brightness levels across your image. This offers a quick way to check overall image exposure.
False Color: Use false color to accurately gauge exposure levels for every part of your image. See exactly where highlights are getting blown out, where shadows lose detail, and when skin tones are exposed properly.
Zebras: This non-intrusive assist tool overlays black lines where the image is approaching overexposure.
Useful for adjusting hue and saturation, each color channel, red, blue, or green, can be displayed separately. Monochrome is also available for setting contrast and exposure.
Turn the input scaling off to see the individual pixels on the screen. This can be useful for critical image analysis and achieving critical focus.