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Accsoon CineEye Wireless Video Transmitter with 5 GHz Wi-Fi for up to 4 Mobile Devices

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Accsoon CineEye Wireless Video Transmitter with 5 GHz Wi-Fi for up to 4 Mobile Devices
Key Features
  • Transmits HDMI Signal to Phones/Tablets
  • Use Your iOS/Android Devices as Monitors
  • Sends to up to 4 Devices Simultaneously
  • Up to 328' Transmission over 5 GHz Wi-Fi
The Accsoon CineEye transmits an HDMI signal to phones and tablets, treating them as video receivers and allowing you to use them as real-time video monitors. CineEye accepts up to a 1080p60 HDMI signal via a full-size HDMI port, and it wirelessly transmits the signal to up to four separate iOS/Android mobile devices at the same time. The signal is sent over 5 GHz Wi-Fi up to 328' line of sight with a low latency of approximately 60ms. A companion CineEye iOS/Android app provides features such as false color, peaking, zebra, and histogram, as well as .cube format 3D LUT support, allowing your devices to function as professional video monitors. CineEye can be used for standard monitoring, remote focus pulls, and various other applications on set and otherwise.
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Accsoon CineEye Overview

The Accsoon CineEye transmits an HDMI signal to phones and tablets, treating them as video receivers and allowing you to use them as real-time video monitors. CineEye accepts up to a 1080p60 HDMI signal via a full-size HDMI port, and it wirelessly transmits the signal to up to four separate iOS/Android mobile devices at the same time. The signal is sent over 5 GHz Wi-Fi up to 328' line of sight with a low latency of approximately 60ms. A companion CineEye iOS/Android app provides features such as false color, peaking, zebra, and histogram, as well as .cube format 3D LUT support, allowing your devices to function as professional video monitors. CineEye can be used for standard monitoring, remote focus pulls, and various other applications on set and otherwise.

About 3.5 x 2.5" in size, CineEye has an ultra-compact, pocket-sized design. It offers a 1/4"-20 mounting thread on the bottom and can easily be mounted on your camera or other video device. It also has an aluminum housing for durability. Two integrated antennas fold in seamlessly to maintain the small size. CineEye runs on a built-in battery for approximately four hours and is rechargeable via a standard 5V/2A USB charger, not included.

The 5 GHz Wi-Fi signal is more resistant to interference than standard Wi-Fi, so Wi-Fi reliability is at its optimal with CineEye.

Key Features
  • Transmits up to a 1080p60 HDMI signal to up to four iOS/Android devices at the same time over 5 GHz Wi-Fi
  • Up to 328' line-of-sight transmission
  • Low latency of approximately 60ms
  • CineEye iOS/Android app with features such as false color, peaking, zebra, histogram, and 3D LUT support
  • Full-size HDMI port
  • Approximately 3.5 x 2.5" ultra-compact, pocket-sized design with metal housing
  • 1/4"-20 mounting thread
  • Approximately 4-hour built-in battery
  • Two integrated foldable antennas
Anti-Interference & Channel Selection
CineEye will automatically find a clean channel before the transmission starts, and as the distance increases will automatically lower the streaming bit rate to maintain real-time monitoring. CineEye also allows you to manually select from nine 5 GHz transmission channels. The 5 GHz Wi-Fi signal is more resistant to interference than standard Wi-Fi, so Wi-Fi reliability will be at its optimal.

Accsoon CineEye Specs

Embedded Audio
HDMI
Wireless
Wireless Range
328' / 99.97 m (Line-of-Sight)
# of Channels
9
Frequency Range
51,800 to 5240 MHz
5745 to 5825 MHz
Latency
60 ms
RF Power
17 dBm
Environmental
Operating Temperature
14 to 104°F / -10 to 40°C
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.795 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
5.6 x 3.6 x 2"

Accsoon CineEye Reviews

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Let me restate my question: All the info shows ...

Let me restate my question: All the info shows the app shows the video with control "buttons" and widgets on screen over the video. Is there a way to get the image to be just the video being transmitted? If so, then you could take the video output of the iPhone/iPad and use as input into a switcher...
Asked by: Steve
but there will be a latency problem, check the spec for it. The Staff's suggestion would be way to go for pro-work but for hobbist try it and let us know! ^^
Answered by: T.J.
Date published: 2021-03-19

Can it run off AC power?

Can it run off AC power?
Asked by: Alex
The product offers a USB-C port that accepts 5v/2A sources. You can power the device from sources such as brick batteries offering a USB port and USB wall adapters.
Answered by: Richard
Date published: 2021-04-28

Will this transmit audio too?

Will this transmit audio too?
Asked by: Shaun
Unfortunately it does not. According to Accson embedded audio is not supported with this product.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-09-02

If you have two, can you use one with an iPhone ...

If you have two, can you use one with an iPhone and the other one with an iPad, which is on the same iTunes account?
Asked by: Jason
Yes, that is possible.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2021-02-09

Can this device be used along with an external ...

Can this device be used along with an external monitor?
Asked by: J
You can transmit the feed *from* an external monitor to the CineEye if your external monitor has a second HDMI output (eg., Atomos Ninja V and similar). You cannot transmit the feed *to* an external monitor using this device. It will only transmit a signal to a device with the appropriate app installed (eg., an iPad/iPhone/etc).
Answered by: Chris
Date published: 2019-12-19

does the receiving monitor (phone/pad) require ...

does the receiving monitor (phone/pad) require software installed, or can it receive and display without extra software?
Asked by: Kirk
This CineEye Wireless Video Transmitter requires the Accsoon Go app for iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/accsoon-go/id1305640297 or for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.yuheng.andybain.microcamerable_android&hl=en_US&gl=US
Answered by: Eric
Date published: 2021-01-14

Is there a cable to power this via d-tap?

Is there a cable to power this via d-tap?
Asked by: Zak
Yes, you can use the GyroVu D-Tap to USB Type-C Regulated Adapter Cable (30"). https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1385338-REG/gyrovu_gv_dtap_usbc_d_tap_p_tap_to_usb_c_30.html
Answered by: Nicholas
Date published: 2021-07-05

What cable do i need to send video from my Canon ...

What cable do i need to send video from my Canon 1dx mark 2 to the CineEye ?
Asked by: Jorge
You will need a cable HDMI.
Answered by: Valery
Date published: 2021-11-05
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