Cineroid EVF4RVW with Retina Display

Cineroid EVF4RVW with Retina Display

Cineroid EVF4RVW with Retina Display

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Product Highlights

  • 3.5" Retina LCD Display
  • Metal Housing
  • 3G/HD/SD-SDI and HDMI Input
  • Loop Through Via 3G/HD/SD-SDI
  • Detachable Loupe with Adjusting Diopter
  • Waveform and Vectorscope Displays
  • Peaking, Clip Guides and False Color
  • Crop Guide and Anamorphic Conversion
  • Pixel-to-Pixel, Flip and Monochrome
  • Multi Vendor Battery Support
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The Cineroid EVF4RVW with Retina Display features a 3.5" Retina LCD display with 960x640 resolution and a metal housing. The EVF has 3G/HD/SD-SDI and HDMI inputs, and a 3G/HD/SD-SDI output enables loop through. The optical loupe has an adjustable diopter and can be detached completely or flipped open to view the display as a monitor.

The EVF4RVW has a comprehensive set of confidence features, including multiple waveform and vectorscope display options. Peaking is available in red or white, and various clip guides include color and a range of zebra patterns. Two types of false color displays translate exposure values into 6 different colors. Crop guide superimposes darkened bars on the screen to aide in framing shots that will be cropped in post, and the screen size can be changed for use with anamorphic lenses. Other features include pixel-to-pixel, screen flip and monochrome mode.

The EVF4RVW has a mini XLR power input and includes a mini XLR to D-Tap (P-Tap) cable for connecting to an external battery. Interchangeable battery plates for Canon LP-E6, Sony NPF and Canon BP911 batteries are also included.

Retina Display
The centerpiece of Cineroid's EVF4RVW is the 3.5" Retina LCD with 960x640 resolution and metal housing. The screen supports 16.7 million colors and viewing angles ranging 140° HxV.
3G/HD/SD-SDI and HDMI
The EVF's 3G/HD/SD-SDI (BNC) and HDMI input connectors support Full HD 1080p, and the 3G/HD/SD-SDI output connector enables loop through.
Detachable Loupe with Adjustable Diopter
The optical loupe has an adjustable diopter and can be detached completely or flipped open to view the display as a monitor.
Waveform and Vectorscope
There are three waveform and vectorscope display options. Style 1 superimposes a semitransparent, horizontal waveform at the bottom of the screen. Style 2 superimposes a semitransparent, horizontal and vertical waveform and a small vectorscope. Style 3 minimizes the video image and displays a large horizontal and vertical waveform and vectorscope.
Peaking, Clip Guides and False Color
Peaking outlines the edges of objects that are in focus with red or white highlights. Clip guides can be displayed as color, zebra or both. The zebra pattern can be moving or fixed, and the range is selectable among 3, 5, 8, and 11%. Two types of false color displays translate exposure values into 6 different colors.
Crop Guide and Anamorphic Conversion
Crop guide superimposes darkened bars on the screen to aide in framing shots that will be cropped in post, and the screen size can be changed for use with anamorphic lenses.
Pixel-to-Pixel, Flip and Monochrome
Pixel-to-Pixel mode displays the center of the image at its native resolution. Screen Flip can rotate and/or mirror the image. Monochrome mode displays the image in black & white or isolates the blue channel, red channel, or green channel.
Multi Vendor Battery Support
A mini XLR power input provides an interface for the D-Tap (P-Tap) power cable. Interchangeable battery plates for Canon LP-E6, Sony NPF and Canon BP911 batteries are also included.
UPC: 884980001215
In the Box
Cineroid EVF4RVW with Retina Display
  • 1.6x Optical Loupe
  • Mini Ball Head
  • D-Tap to Mini XLR Cable
  • Battery Holder Mount
  • Canon LP-E6 Battery Holder
  • Sony NPF Battery Holder
  • Canon BP911 Battery Holder
  • Extension Tube
  • Carrying Bag
  • User Manual
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
  • Table of Contents
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    Display
    Display Type 3.5" Retina LCD
    Display Resolution 960 x 640
    Display Colors 16.7 million
    Viewing Angles 140° (H) x 140° (V)
    Display Area 2.74 x 1.64" (69.6 x 41.76 mm)
    Interface
    Inputs HDMI (x1)
    3G/HD/SD-SDI (x1)
    Output 3G/HD/SD-SDI (x1)
    3.5mm Stereo Headphone Jack (x1)
    Input/Output Resolutions HDMI: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
    3G/HD/SD-SDI: 480i, 576i, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
    Power Input Mini XLR (x1, DC 6~17 V)
    Multi vendor battery support
    General
    Speaker x1, mono
    Power Consumption 3.5 W (3 hours with 2200 mA battery)
    Operating Temperature 14 ~ 158° F (-10 ~ 70° C)
    Storage Temperature -4 ~ 158° F (-20 ~ 70° C)
    Dimensions 4.02 x 2.64 x 6.18" (10.2 x 6.7 x 15.7 cm)
    Weight 14.11 oz (400 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.5 x 7.0 x 5.8"
    EVF4RVW with Retina Display is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 19.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very Good BUT not I work in the professional film industry with lots of high quality and very expensive equipment (Film, RED, ALEXA etc). For my own personal low-budget projects I have recently been using the Nikon D800 in a Run & Gun style for small projects and documentaries. This EVF is extremely useful for focusing and getting spot on exposure with a camera that has limited dynamic range and relatively lousy lenses (for motion picture anyway - great for stills).I am happy with the price.I am extremely disappointed with the engineering as far as the strength of the body especially the 1/4-20 female jacks. It is like an afterthought. Attached to the body with very tiny screws (look at the picture carefully). If you tighten an Israeli arm or ball-head with just a little too much force those screws with shear right off. Secondly the battery plates are weak plastic and the Sony batteries I have been using are loose on the plate, I have to tape it up or use small bungees to keep it tight.Finally Cineroid customer service is NON-EXISTENT. I have been trying for months, I cannot find the battery plates anywhere and they have basically told me good luck (chum).Well Good luck to you folks out there. The product has amazing potential and I like it very much except for those annoying issues.
    Date published: 2014-08-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from great viewfinder I was testing the Alphatron EVF-035W-3G Electronic Viewfinder and the Cineroid EVF4RVW with Retina Display and I ended up to buy the Cineroid because of his features and size. The Alphatron is a great Viewfinder, but two of them that I ordered broke in the first week. The Cineroid feels like well made viewfinder that will last a long time. The only thing that I don't like is the Waveform and Vectorscope Display. It shows 3 different Waveforms and I would rather have just one that I could select. Also a big plus is, that it come with a lot of batterie mounting options. So at the end the Cineroid works a little bit better for me then the Alphatron, but there almost on the same level.
    Date published: 2016-10-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Amazing focus peaking; finally died 2 years 11 months later. PROS: -Amazing focus peaking! Used to verify focus on dozens of shoots since bought in April 2014. -Features waveforms; SDI; various battery mounts. -Small, but sharp screen. CONS: -Small screen. Have to be pretty much right up on it to see the details. -Screw on 1/4-20 mount isn't the most stable -Battery plates are weak point - battery can get dislodged easily. -Possible weak connection via SDI (screen will blank out at random sometimes then re-appear) -Monitor finally died 2y11mon after purchase (and don't expect any customer service from them - they are overseas).
    Date published: 2017-03-03
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from best evf? I bought this EVF based on specs which are very good. BUT, fit and finish of the unit is terrible! The plastic clip together shade, IMO would not last a day of shooting. I found the retina display nice but the optics on the finder cheap and the adjustment poorly made. The finder has lots of features like wave and vector scopes, that good if you need it. Then there is mounting it,. All that is include is a cheap ball head. I ended up buying the Kinotehnik LCDVFe finder because although the Cineroid had better features, the Kinotehnik LCDVFe mounting to the camera is brilliant and the image was plenty good to focus by. another factor was that the Cineroid used 3.5watts compared to 1.5 for the Kinoteknic. I do miss the SDI input but most of the cameras that need a EVF have HDMI anyway and the cameras that only have SDI have great viewfinders like the Alexa.
    Date published: 2013-03-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very versatile and useful I'm a freelance cinematographer and use this EVF both on my personal camera and on nicer rental cameras. I love its versatility in terms of inputs (HDMI and SDI), and the plethora of battery plates available, and find that features such as peaking, waveform, and pixel to pixel make it much easier to focus and judge exposure during run and gun situations. My only gripe with this EVF so far is that the add-on bits such as the battery plates and loupe feel a bit cheap and plasticky for a purchase of this price, but I have experience with some other EVFs in the same price range and have similar complaints about them as well. All in all, quite satisfied with this investment.
    Date published: 2014-01-17
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very good ... or not Delivers great image, the vector scope, focus peak, audio levels and other tool are very helpful. What i didn't like as many others have said is the quality of the material. Very cheap plastic and the locking system sucks, it breaks quickly and easy. I had a problem with the LCD because it was exposed to sun and i tried to call costumer service and they never answer, either phone or email. I wish i bought the alphatron.
    Date published: 2014-06-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid EVF Performer I use this with a BMCC camera via HD-SDI and it works very well. Be warned that the other HD-SDI Cineroid EVF that is less expensive (I think $) doesn't work with the BMCC as it won't accept 1080p signals - but this one does. The screen is sharp and the various battery options are nice, too. I'm using the Sony NP-F570 and two of them will make it almost all day. The menu is detailed and gives you a lot of control, but it's look and feel are a bit dated IMO. And the overall look of the EVF is a bit clumsy also, but it's performance has been good so far. Make sure you have a Noga arm or a cage with EVF mount or similar. I considered the Alphatron as well, but it's $more and so I went with this one and I'd recommend it.
    Date published: 2013-09-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not a lot of choices Yes its very ugly but the scopes and Retina display are very useful and the reason I purchased its EVF must have with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera or sdi camera's. includes lots of powering options.
    Date published: 2013-06-05
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