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Hollyland Mars X 1080p HDMI Wireless Video Transmitter

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Hollyland Mars X 1080p HDMI Wireless Video Transmitter
Key Features
  • Transmit to 3 iOS/Android Devices 328'
  • 1080p60 Resolution; Built-In Battery
  • Channel Scan for Least Interference
  • Only 70ms Latency with Audio/Video Sync
The Hollyland Mars X 1080p HDMI Wireless Video Transmitter, in a compact design with foldable antennas, allows you to transmit an HDMI signal to up to three iOS/Android mobile devices. With this capability, multiple people on set can monitor an image at different locations. The Mars X supports up to 1080p60 resolution and is capable of wirelessly transmitting the signal up to 328' line-of-sight. With only 70ms of latency, the transmission delay is near zero. A synchronization feature ensures that your audio and video are delivered at the same time to your mobile devices.
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Hollyland Mars X Overview

The Hollyland Mars X 1080p HDMI Wireless Video Transmitter, in a compact design with foldable antennas, allows you to transmit an HDMI signal to up to three iOS/Android mobile devices. With this capability, multiple people on set can monitor an image at different locations. The Mars X supports up to 1080p60 resolution and is capable of wirelessly transmitting the signal up to 328' line-of-sight. With only 70ms of latency, the transmission delay is near zero. A synchronization feature ensures that your audio and video are delivered at the same time to your mobile devices.

The Mars X is powered by a built-in battery, adding to its self-contained, portable design. The battery runs for up to one hour and is rechargeable via a USB Type-C port in approximately 2.5 hours. Other features include an OLED display screen that confirms the battery status, frequency channel, video format, and Wi-Fi password. Also, the transmitter's design has rounded aluminum corners that allow it to better withstand accidental hits and bumps.

The Mars X offers eight frequency channels so you can try to avoid interference in areas where this may be an issue. The transmitted image can be view on a mobile device using the dedicated companion iOS/Android HollyView app, and the app additionally provides monitoring features such as zebra, waveform, false color, and more. To help locate interference, the app also features a channel scan function for detecting interference and then selecting the best of the eight transmission channels possible.

The transmitter provides two 1/4"-20 mounting threads (one on the bottom and one on the rear), and it comes with a shoe mount to 1/4"-20 adapter so that you can attach it to your camera, camera cage, or a supporting accessory.

Note:
Interlaced format input signals, such as 1080i, are not supported. Also, Hollyland has confirmed that the following cameras are not compatible with the Mars X: Canon 6D, 60D, 5D Mark II, 80D, and 90D.

Key Features

  • Transmit up to a 1080p60 HDMI signal 328' to three iOS/Android devices with only 70ms latency
  • Audio/video synchronization
  • Built-in 1-hour 1300 mAh battery, rechargeable via a USB Type-C port with support for 5-12V wide voltage charging
  • Built-in foldable antennas
  • Rounded aluminum corners
  • OLED display
  • Eight frequency channels
  • Channel scan feature for finding a channel with the least interference
  • Companion iOS/Android HollyView app with monitoring features such as zebra, waveform, and false color
  • 1/4"-20 mounting thread on the bottom and on the rear
UPC: 191460000416

Hollyland Mars X Specs

Wireless
Wireless Range328' / 99.97 m
# of Channels8
Channel Bandwidth40 MHz
Frequency RangeUS: 5 GHz
Latency70 ms
RF Power20 dBm
Interfaces
Video Connectors1 x HDMI Input
Other I/O1 x USB Type-C
1 x USB Micro-B
Embedded AudioHDMI
Format Support
Video Format
1080p at 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 59.94, 60 fps
720p at 50, 59.94, 60 fps
576p at 50 fps
480p at 60 fps
Display
Display Size.7"
Panel TypeOLED
Power
Built-In Battery1300 mAh
Power ConsumptionDevice: (4 W)
Environmental
Operating Temperature14 to 140°F / -10 to 60°C
General
Mounting2 x 1/4"-20 Female
Dimensions1.97 x 1.97 x 0.71" / 5 x 5 x 1.8 cm (Antennas Folded)
6.1 x 1.97 x 0.71" / 15.5 x 5 x 1.8 cm (Antennas Open)
Weight3.95 oz / 112 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.555 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.7 x 4.5 x 1.4"
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