Elvid 5" RigVision HDR On-Camera Touchscreen Monitor

BH #ELRVM5PHDR • MFR #RVM-5P-HDR
Elvid
Elvid 5" RigVision HDR On-Camera Touchscreen Monitor
Key Features
  • 5" 1920 x 1080 LCD Display
  • HDMI I/O Supports 4K, HD
  • 1500 cd/m² Max. Brightness
  • 1000:1 Contrast Ratio
Compact, lightweight, and well thought out for on-set work, the Elvid 5" RigVision HDR On-Camera Touchscreen Monitor can handle DCI and UHD 4K as well as 1080p, NTSC, and PAL, via its HDMI input. The monitor scales input video to its 1920 x 1080 IPS screen which provides you with a 1000:1 contrast ratio, 1500 cd/m² maximum brightness, and a touchscreen interface. A loop-though HDMI output means that whatever signal you input into the monitor is the same signal you get out, without any modifications or adjustments by the many viewing tools the monitor offers.
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Elvid 5" RigVision HDR On-Camera Touchscreen Monitor

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Elvid RVM-5P-HDR Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Function Buttons
  • 3Touchscreen
  • 4LUTs
  • 5Functions
  • 6Swing Arm
  • 7Camera Control

Compact, lightweight, and well thought out for on-set work, the Elvid 5" RigVision HDR On-Camera Touchscreen Monitor can handle DCI and UHD 4K as well as 1080p, NTSC, and PAL, via its HDMI input. The monitor scales input video to its 1920 x 1080 IPS screen which provides you with a 1000:1 contrast ratio, 1500 cd/m² maximum brightness, and a touchscreen interface. A loop-though HDMI output means that whatever signal you input into the monitor is the same signal you get out, without any modifications or adjustments by the many viewing tools the monitor offers.

A physical sliding power switch and four programmable function buttons sit along the top of the monitor, as well as a scroll wheel with push-select. Whether in-line with a recorder or just for monitoring purposes, the advantage of 4K support does not end there. Focusing aids benefit greatly from the added image fidelity. Legacy workflows are still supported, with NTSC and PAL signals supported over HDMI. An included swing arm features a friction pivot that allows you to reposition the monitor without having to loosen and relock the mechanism. The built-in USB port allows for firmware updates and LUT import, and the included USB flash drive contains three LUTs.

Function Buttons

The four function buttons (F1-4) on the top of the monitor allow you to quickly access monitor functions and they are user programmable. By default, the function buttons are set as follows:
  • F1 - Audio meters: Places an audio meter on the screen to monitor the level of incoming audio.
  • F2 - Peaking: Adds a selectable color outline to any part of the image that is in focus.
  • F3 - False color: Replaces the true colors of the image with a standard set of colors.
  • F4 - HDR (HLG): Uses the display's luminance range to correctly display an incoming HLG signal. This function can be used in tandem with any applied LUT.

Touchscreen

The monitor features a touchscreen that allows you to access the monitor's signal status, menu settings, and function displays. Double-tapping the screen turns the pixel-to-pixel function on or off. You can also use the pinch-to-zoom finger command as with most smartphones or tablets.

LUTs

This menu allows you to apply 17x17x17 .cube LUT files to color grade your footage. You can choose a LUT from one stored in the monitor's memory, or upload one from a USB flash drive. The included flash drive includes three LUTs, one each for Canon, Panasonic, and Sony cameras.

Functions

GUIDES
  • Adjusts the aspect ratio of the incoming video signal and how it is displayed on screen. Select between Off (default), 80%, 90%, 15:9,1.33:1, 1.5:1, 1.85:1, 2:1, 2.35:1, and Custom.
GUIDE MASKS
  • (On, Off) When turned on, the areas outside the guide are dimmed. The default setting is On.
CROSSHAIR
  • (On, Off) Puts a crosshair at the center of the screen. The default setting is Off.
GRIDS
  • (Off, 1-10) Creates grids on screen with 1 to 10 subdivisions. The default setting is Off. Pressing the Exit button will disable any enabled guides, one at a time.
BRIGHTNESS
  • Adjusts the monitor's brightness value from 0 to 100. The default setting is 50.
CONTRAST
  • Adjusts the contrast value of the on-screen image from 0 to 100. The default setting is 50.
CHROMA
  • Adjusts the chroma value of the on-screen image. The default setting is 50.
SHARPNESS
  • Adjusts the value of fine detail on the picture from 1 to 100 in increments of 10. The default setting is 30.
TINT
  • Adjusts the tint value from 0 to 100. The default setting is 50.
COLOR TEMPERATURE
  • Presets are 5600, 6500 (default), 7500, 9300, and Manual. When User mode is selected, the values of red, green, and blue can be set manually from 0 to 255. Red, green, and blue are preset to 128.
BACKLIGHT
  • Adjusts the intensity of the backlight. Options are Low, Middle, and High (default).
ASPECT
  • Adjusts the aspect ratio of the incoming video signal and how it is displayed on screen. Options are User, 16:9 (default), 15:9, 1.33:1, 1.5:1,1.85:1, 2:1, and 2.35:1. In User mode, height and width can be adjusted from 50 to 100. The default setting is 100.
OSD LANGUAGE
  • You can set the on-screen language to English (default) or Chinese.
OSD DURATION
  • Set the length of time the on-screen menu is displayed. Select 5, 10 (default), 15, 20, 25, or 30 seconds, or Off (the menu will be displayed until the user exits the menu).
OSD TRANSPARENCY
  • Set the menu's level of opacity. You can adjust this setting to Low (default), Middle, High, or Off, with High being the most transparent. The default setting is Low, which makes the menu opaque.
MENU SETUP
  • Recalls monitor settings.
SYSTEM RESET
  • Resets the monitor to the factory default settings and removes any loaded LUTs.
FLIP CONTROL
  • Displays Flip mode controls the orientation of the on-screen image. Flip the screen vertically or horizontally with the H Flip and V Flip options.
  • OSD Flip mode controls the orientation of the on-screen display. Flip the menu vertically or horizontally with the H Flip and V Flip options.
BATTERY VOLTAGE DISPLAY
  • Places an icon in the upper-left corner of the screen that displays the remaining battery voltage. Select On (default) or Off.
FAN
  • Sets the level of the internal cooling fan. Options are High, Medium (default), and Low.
TOUCH CONTROL
  • Turns the touch control feature on or off.

Swing Arm

The swing arm comes with two mounted cold shoes. You can remove the cold shoes from the swing arm using the included Allen wrench.

Camera Control

An option to control select cameras is separately available, see manual for more information.
UPC: 847628018266

Elvid RVM-5P-HDR Specs

Display
Panel TypeIPS-Type LCD
Display Size5.0" / 12.7 cm
Screen Resolution1920 x 1080
Aspect Ratio16:9
Viewing AngleHorizontal: 160°
Vertical: 160°
TouchscreenYes
Maximum Brightness1500 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio1000:1
Dot Pitch0.01925 x 0.05775 mm
Bit Depth / Color Support8-Bit (16.7 Million Colors)
Real-Time LUT MonitoringSDR, HDR
Image ControlsCheck Field, Color Temperature Selection, False Color, Focus Peaking, H/V Delay, Histogram, Image Flip, OSD Flip, Pixel-to-Pixel Zoom, Scaling, Screen Markers, Underscan, Waveform, Zebra
I/O
Video1 x HDMI Type A (HDMI 1.4b) Input
1 x HDMI Type A (HDMI 1.4b) Output
Embedded AudioHDMI: 2-Channel
Audio1 x 3.5 mm Headphone Output
Built-In SpeakerNone
Power1 x 5.5 mm Barrel Output
Other I/O1 x USB 2.0 (USB Type-A)
Card SlotNone
Format Support
Video FormatHDMI
DCI 4K: 24 
UHD 4K: 30/29.97/25/24/23.98 
1080p: 60/59.94/50/30/29.97/25/24/23.98 
720p: 60/59.94/50 
576p: 50 
480p: 59.94 
480i 
576i 
Power
DC Input Power7 to 24 VDC
Battery Type1 x L-Series (Interchangeable Mount)
Power Consumption12 W (Maximum)
Mounting
Mounting1 x 1/4"-20 Female
General
Dimensions (W x H x D)3.25 x 5.6 x 1" / 8.26 x 14.22 x 2.54 cm
Weight7.7 oz / 218 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.555 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.3 x 6.7 x 3.05"
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