FeelWorld F5 Pro 5.5" V2 4K HDMI IPS Touchscreen Monitor

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FeelWorld F5 Pro 5.5" V2 4K HDMI IPS Touchscreen Monitor
Key Features
  • V2 Model, 1920 x 1080 Screen Resolution
  • HDMI Input & Loop Output, Headphone Out
  • Support for up to DCI 4K Video, 3D LUTs
  • 500 cd/m² Brightness, 160° Angle of View
Add a high-resolution monitor to your 4K camera with the F5 Pro 5.5" V2 4K HDMI IPS Touchscreen Monitor from FeelWorld. It features a 5.5" touchscreen display with 1920 x 1080 resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 500 cd/m² brightness. This V2 model has been updated to include 3D LUT support with four built-in LUT profiles, and up to 32 custom 3D LUTs can be loaded by the operator.
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FeelWorld F5 Overview

Add a high-resolution monitor to your 4K camera with the F5 Pro 5.5" V2 4K HDMI IPS Touchscreen Monitor from FeelWorld. It features a 5.5" touchscreen display with 1920 x 1080 resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 500 cd/m² brightness. This V2 model has been updated to include 3D LUT support with four built-in LUT profiles, and up to 32 custom 3D LUTs can be loaded by the operator.

The F5 Pro V2 features a pinch-to-zoom touchscreen, which allows you to zoom in or out with a pinch gesture to view closer detail in your images. The monitor has an HDMI input and loop output, and it supports up to DCI 4K video signals, as well as a headphone output for audio monitoring. Via the internal menu, touchscreen functionality can be turned off to prevent accidental swipes and other touchscreen commands, and you can then use the buttons on top of the monitor. For accurate exposure, focus, and other characteristics, the F5 Pro V2 is loaded with monitoring features such as vectorscope, histogram, anamorphic mode, and audio level meters. Its 3D LUT support allows you to utilize its four built-in Log LUTs when you're viewing Rec. 709 video, or you can upload up to 32 user LUTs using the USB input to utilize a variety of looks and camera formats.

Multiple power options consist of a DC barrel input port for an optional power adapter, a 5 VDC USB Type-C port for connecting a USB power bank, and an L-series battery plate on the rear. There's also an 8.4 VDC barrel output port that allows you to power external devices such as cameras and accessories using a separately available cable. The monitor provides multiple 1/4"-20 mounting threads, so you can attach the monitor as best suits your needs. There's one on the bottom, top, right, and middle rear. A 1/4"-20 to shoe mount tilt arm is included for attaching the monitor directly onto your camera and adjusting the tilt angle as needed. The tilt arm also offers an additional shoe mount on the side for mounting a mic or other accessory.

The F5 Pro V2 also comes with an installation bracket secured on the back that allows you to attach transmitters, converters, and other devices. Also included is a sun hood for better viewing in bright outdoor conditions.

Key Features

5.5" touchscreen display
1920 x 1080 screen resolution
V2 model supports four built-in 3D LUTs for Rec.709 video and custom user-loaded 3D LUTs via the USB port
Up to DCI 4K video input
500 cd/m² brightness
HDMI input and loop output
Headphone output
DC and USB Type-C power inputs
L-series battery plate
DC output
Four 1/4"-20 mounting threads
Bracket on the rear for attaching transmitters, converters, and other devices
Rec.709 color standard

Software Features

Brightness histogram
Peaking focus assist
False color
Zebra
Check field
Underscan/overscan
Anamorphic mode (1.3x, 2.0x)
Image flip (H, V, H/V)
Image freeze
Center marker
Screen marker (80%, 85%, 90%, 93%, 96%, 2.35:1)
Ratio marker (4:3, 13:9, 14:9, 15:9, 16:9, 1.85:1, 2.35:1)
Color temperature adjustment
Nine grid
Zoom (4x, 9x, 16x)
Aspect ratio
Pixel-to-pixel
Zoom all
U/D zoom, L/R zoom

FeelWorld F5 Specs

Display
Panel TypeIPS-Type LCD
Display Size5.5" / 14.0 cm
Aspect Ratio16:9
Viewing AngleHorizontal: 160° (80/80)
Vertical: 160° (80/80)
TouchscreenYes
Maximum Brightness500 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio1000:1
Dot Pitch0.213 x 0.639 mm
Bit Depth / Color Support8-Bit (16.7 Million Colors)
Pixels Per Inch (ppi)400 ppi
Real-Time LUT MonitoringSDR
Image ControlsAnamorphic De-Squeeze, Check Field, Color Temperature Selection, False Color, Focus Assist, Focus Peaking, Histogram, Image Flip, Marker Color, Pixel Zoom, Screen Markers, Zebra
I/O
Video1 x HDMI Type A Input
1 x HDMI Type A Loop Output
Audio1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Headphone Output
Built-In SpeakerNone
Power1 x Barrel (12 VDC) Input
1 x USB Type-C (5 VDC) Input
1 x Barrel (8.4 VDC) Output
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
1080PsF: 24/23.98
1080i: 60/59.94/50
720p: 60/59.94/50/30/29.97/25/24/23.98
576p
576i
480p
480i
Gamma CurveRec709
Power
Battery Type1 x L-Series
Power Consumption9 W (Maximum)
Mounting
Mounting4 x 1/4"-20 Female
Environmental
Operating Temperature-4 to 122°F / -20 to 50°C
Storage Temperature-22 to 140°F / -30 to 60°C
General
Dimensions5.8 x 3.7 x 0.8" / 148 x 93 x 20 mm
Weight0.54 lb / 245 g, Including Battery Plate
Warranty LengthLimited 1-Year Warranty
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.505 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.4 x 4.9 x 3.4"
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yes this is compatible with all cameras with a standard HDMI output including the sigma FP
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2021-02-03

Will this also work as an external monitor for ...

Will this also work as an external monitor for anything with HDMI out? Eg, a Mac or PC?
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yes it's a standard HDMI monitor
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2021-02-02

Can I power a mirrorless camera with the DC out ...

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