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Andycine A6 On Camera Monitor
  • Specs

    • 5.7 inch IPS screen
    • 1920X1080 Native Resolution
    • 460nits brightness
    • 1400:1 contrast
    • Light weight
    • 4K HDMI signal input
    • Built-in DC-8V power output, you can draw the power from monitor to your camera via dummy battery seperately.
    • Specially designed tilt arms, easy to twist and adjust the best view position increasing your better experience on your shooting and fielding
    • Advanced features with Histogram, Zebra exposure, Camera Mode, Image Flip, Check field etc.
    • Build-in HDMI Input Port, Build-in 3.5mm Earphone jack.
    • Quick access keys.
    • Three sides mounting points: Top, Bottom, Right Side.
    • $178 price

    Review from Chris

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  • Used for our team rig at Cinegear 2018

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  • This is identical to the Feelworld F6 btw I believe.

    Am tempted between this A6/F6 and a Lilliput A5? Would sort of prefer the slightly smaller screen of the A5

  • Am tempted between this A6/F6 and a Lilliput A5? Would sort of prefer the slightly smaller screen of the A5

    Left part of same photo has A5

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  • Ordered the Lilliput A5 instead!

  • @IronFilm please let us know your thoughts when you get it... TIA.

  • Dummy Battery DC Coupler for SONY NP FZ100 Dummy Battery Converter Compatible for Sony Alpa A7III, A7RIII,Sony A9 Digital Cameras

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    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D72CL1Z

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  • IPS panel macro photo

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  • Delay at 1080p60

    Quite typical for such monitors

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  • Andycine A6 monitor electrical measurements

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    • Panel cutoff battery voltage - 6,05v
    • Panel cutoff DC Input voltage - 5,91v

    Standby consumption - 0,058 watts

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  • Andycine A6 Contrast and White Brightness at various backlight settings

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  • Let's compare efficiency to Lilliput A5

    Maximum brightness is 403 nits versus 349 nits for A5, 15% brighter.

    With this difference monitor consumes 5.4% less energy, so it is around 22% more efficient total.

    Can add also 20% more battery life space due to lower voltage cutoff, and larger panel.

  • Color gamut, grayscale

    Gamut is wider than Rec 709

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    Also it is nice idea to adjust blue down

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    As it is really cool color temperature overall

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    Primaries spectrums

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    White spectrum

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  • Andycine A6 Inside

    Main parts

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    LCD Panel

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    Very nice main board, good quality manufacturing

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    Nice PCB and lot of components

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    TSUMV59XUS LSI

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    TSUMV59XUS is a highly integrated TV SoC solution for advanced analog television platform. Integrating latest advanced technologies from Mstar Semiconductor, the world leading TV SoC provider in TV industry, TSUMV59XUS provides cost-efficient solution for multimedia TV application with attractive features.

    1. Analog TV Front-End Demodulator
    2. Multi-Standard A/V Format Decoder
    3. The MStarACE-6 Video Processor
    4. Home Theater Sound Processor
    5. Embedded Memory
    6. Transport-Stream Input for Extended DTV System
    7. Peripherals and Low-Power Standby Mode

    Lattice Semiconductor LFE3-35EA-8FN484C FPGA Chip

    Most expensive thing in monitor.

    • Number of LABs/CLBs - 4125
    • Number of Logic Elements/Cells - 33000
    • Total RAM Bits -1358848
    • Number of I/O - 295

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    Only issues found with automated soldering

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    Non ideal placement for few large passive elements.

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  • Our detailed review

  • wow that's an excellent review. I'm wondering why can't the monitor provide power-out via usb rather than using a battery adapter, seem a bit cumbersome.

  • @pureaxis

    Well, it is all in reverse, as it is way most cameras work best.

    With USB power you either can't power camera at all or it overheats (as try to charge battery or lot of other stuff.

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