Tagged with monitor - Personal View Talks http://personal-view.com/talks/discussions/tagged/monitor/feed.rss Mon, 18 Jun 18 17:08:55 -0600 Tagged with monitor - Personal View Talks en-CA Feelworld F7, 7" FullHD IPS monitor http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/16042/feelworld-f7-7-fullhd-ips-monitor Mon, 14 Nov 2016 00:16:58 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 16042@/talks/discussions image


  • 1920x1200 IPS 7" panel
  • 450 nits brightness
  • 1200:1 contrast
  • Histogram, Selectable color peaking, False color, Adjustable IRE zebra, Grid
  • Central zoom, Markers, Safe areas selectable
  • Anamorphic mode ( for 1.3x and 2.0x)
  • Support all 720p, 1080p, 1080i modes up to 60fps
  • Support 4K input at 23.98p, 24p, 25p, 29,97p, 30p
  • 180mm x 120mm x 23mm
  • 280g weight
  • Dc input accepts 7-24V
  • Comes with: Sunshade, Hot shoe ball mount, Sony NP battery plate, HDMI cable, manual

Available now.

Price: $200 $195
Shipping: Price already includes shipping for US/Canada/UK/Australia&NZ/Western Europe. Contact for any other regions.
I want to buy this monitor.


4k 32" Monitor 2017 Crossover 3232U http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/18599/4k-32-monitor-2017-crossover-3232u Thu, 28 Dec 2017 07:31:35 -0700 konjow 18599@/talks/discussions There was a topic about Korean 27" and HD monitors before here but I found something which looks very good on paper for now: 100% ARGB.

I hope Its worth the price however



There is only one review on youtube but not in English unfortunately. (Edit Sorry different model review)

HKC B6000/B7000 - 25inch/27inch 2k IPS Monitor - $340 http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/18556/hkc-b6000b7000-25inch27inch-2k-ips-monitor-340 Fri, 22 Dec 2017 12:21:13 -0700 shoe_e 18556@/talks/discussions enter image description here So normally I'm pretty selfish about these things. If I find something super awesome floating out among the interwebs, I tend to keep them to myself until I've made sure I've had my fill. Having said that, I actually bit the bullet (since I already had 2 very solid ips panels, 1 decent ultrawide ips, and one super cheap ips panel), and bought myself the 25" B6000. If you can find the B7000 in stock somewhere, good for you. I'm always searching for stuff, so I always find all this random stuff on places like Gearbest, or Lightinthebox, or Banggood. Most of it is untested and have little to no reviews, but for certain things I'm willing to be the guinea pig. In the case of the HKC B6000, the sleekness and alleged specs seemed way too awesome for the price. enter image description here

After some painstaking Google Translate and tons of research, I managed to find some fantastic reviews of the monitor. They were all in a foreign language (which to me is pretty much anything that isn't English), but after translating the pages made me believe that this may actually be a fantastic purchase. Yes you can find 2k ips monitors for cheaper than this, but not sleeker. This is actually a giant chunk of metal. I've had the monitor for about 3 weeks now and my un-technical review is the following: I definitely plan on picking up a spydercolor elite or something to calibrate the monitor. That being said, according to the specs page and many reviews (which I'll post below this blurb), this is a 10bit monitor with 99% Adobe RGB. From what I've seen, the display is amazing and the color is fantastic, but at the same time since I haven't calibrated my monitors, I'm not sure which colors are off. Once I do that, I'll have a better review. In terms of bezel, this thing actually has picture-accurate thin bezel. I thought the bezel on the Viewsonic VX2370SMH was very good, but this is much thinner. As I mentioned before, this is one seamless piece of metal, so it is not a light monitor in any fashion. It also tends to run hotter than monitors in plastic housings, but I haven't run into any overheating issues yet and I don't think it's an issue. The menu does come in Chinese, I believe. No disrespect, I just don't know the differences between those languages and I don't mean to insult anyone with my ignorance on the topic. You can change the language to English. If I missed anything, please feel free to comment and I'll try to respond in a reasonable time. In the meantime, enjoy these reviews and images. Most of these contain detailed color analysis of the monitors. Again, none of these reviews are in English, so translate if necessary.

review1 review2 review3 review4 review5 review6 review7 review8 review9

Neway CK550S FullHD 5.5" IPS monitor with SDI http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/15644/neway-ck550s-fullhd-5.5-ips-monitor-with-sdi Fri, 02 Sep 2016 06:18:23 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 15644@/talks/discussions image


  • Sturdy metal constriction, silicon rubber case (you can remove it, of course)
  • SIlicon rubber case can be wither neutral black or orange as shown, you can choose
  • HDMI input, output; SDI input and output; SDI-HDMI cross conversion
  • 5.5" 450nits 1500:1 1920x1080 IPS panel
  • Waveform, vectorscope, peaking, false color, histogram, etc
  • Very affordable $410 price including express shipping

Available now.

Price: $480 $410 introduction price
Shipping: Price already includes express shipping for US/Canada/UK/Australia&NZ/Western Europe. Contact for any other regions.
I want to buy this monitor.



Seetec ST760 aka Feelworld FW760 FullHD IPS monitor http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/15523/seetec-st760-aka-feelworld-fw760-fullhd-ips-monitor Mon, 15 Aug 2016 21:40:28 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 15523@/talks/discussions image


  • 1920x1200 IPS panel, 450nits, 1200:1 contrast
  • 17mm thickness
  • Peaking with different colors
  • Histogram
  • False colors
  • Zebra
  • Zoom
  • Anamorphic mode
  • Safe area indication
  • Markers
  • Audio meter
  • HDMI input (support up to 1080p60), headphones output
  • 7-24V support for external DC source
  • 270g without sunhood, 370g with sunhood
  • Comes with sunhood, battery plate and AC adapter

Available now.

Price: $200 $180
Shipping: Price already includes shipping for US/Canada/UK/Australia&NZ/Western Europe. Contact for any other regions.
I want to buy this monitor.

GH4 — Use iPhone as wireless monitor http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/15890/gh4-use-iphone-as-wireless-monitor Sat, 15 Oct 2016 07:41:42 -0600 mjas 15890@/talks/discussions As suggested by @Vitaliy_Kiselev I've moved this into it's own topic, originally here. @lenuisible Thanks for the original work on the GH3 Web Controller.

Maybe someone here uses the GH4 for filmmaking and wants to use their iPhone as a wireless monitor. In that case you're like me, but lucky enough I'm a developer ... so I just wanted to let people know that I'm working on a viewfinder app just like that.

It's still a prototype for now, but if you're interested in following the development I suggest following this topic.

Video of prototype in action

Neway CK1014S, 10" 3840x2160, IPS, HDMI 2.0 and 3G-SDI, monitor http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/15683/neway-ck1014s-10-3840x2160-ips-hdmi-2.0-and-3g-sdi-monitor Thu, 08 Sep 2016 09:00:32 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 15683@/talks/discussions image

  • 10.1’’ IPS Panel
  • 3840x2160 Resolution, 400cd/m² Brightness, 1500:1 contrast
  • 3G-SDI, HDMI 2.0 (supports 4K 60Hz), Displayport 1.2 (supports 4kp60), DVI-I (DVI-D, VGA).
  • 25mm thick, light and slim Design
  • Quad View - Support 4 views splitted from 4 different input signals simultaneously.
  • Features: Over Scan, Peaking, False Color, Freeze, Center Marker, Image Flip, Markers.
  • 252x157x25mm
  • 600g
  • Included are:
    • Folding sun shade cover
    • Battery plate(F-970,QM91D,DU21 or LP-E6) with bracket
    • 12V DC adapter
    • HDMI A/C cable
    • DVI to VGA connector
    • Shoe mount
    • Manual

Available now.

Price: $699 $568 intro price
Shipping: Price already includes express shipping for US/Canada/UK/Australia&NZ/Western Europe. Contact for any other regions.
I want to buy this monitor.


Field monitor for black magic camera http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/14726/field-monitor-for-black-magic-camera Mon, 07 Mar 2016 01:21:41 -0700 lovephoto 14726@/talks/discussions hi, guys: I am a newcomer, just own a black magic camera, very pleased with it, but I need a bigger size screen/monitor as an extra display, high resolution,light design and affordable price will be best, you know I am just starting to use a monitor! so you guys can suggest me one monitor?

Neway CT710HO, 1920 x 1200 monitor http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/14179/neway-ct710ho-1920-x-1200-monitor Thu, 10 Dec 2015 18:51:50 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 14179@/talks/discussions image

  • 1920x1200 Resolution, 300cd/m2 Brightness, 1800:1 Contrast;
  • Support for 4K input
  • HDMI In and Output
  • DC 7-24V(XLR) input
  • USB Input for customer to upgrade firmware;
  • Pixel to Pixel, Check Field, H/V Delay, Guides, Zooming, DSLR Scaling
  • Peaking, Check Field, Image Flip, Color Temperature, Underscan, Audio Meters.
  • Sturdy and good though construction, but very lightweight - 260g without battery

Battery plates options (you can select one you like)

  • NWLP-E6 Type Battery Plate: For Canon 5D Batteries, note - it is default, most probably you need Sony one!
  • NWD54s Type Battery Plate: For Panasonic D54 Series Batteries
  • NWBP945 Type Battery Plate: For Canon "900" Series Batteries
  • NWNP-F960 Type Battery Plate: For Sony "L" Type Series Batteries
  • NWEN-EL15 Type Battery Plate: For Nikon D700 / D800 camera Series Batteries

Available now

Price: $360 $339
Shipping: Price already includes shipping for US/Canada/UK/Australia&NZ/Western Europe. Contact for any other regions.
I want to buy this monitor.

Panasonic Image App: Use with Laptops and Tablets http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/14044/panasonic-image-app-use-with-laptops-and-tablets Mon, 09 Nov 2015 07:17:06 -0700 Brian_Siano 14044@/talks/discussions I was thinking of sinking some cash into a laptop, and it occurred to me that I ought to take location shooting into consideration. So I've been looking at Android laptops and two-in-ones: I figure, I could use the two-in-one tablet as a field monitor using the Panasonic app with my GH4-- I figure I'd use the camera's screen as cameraperson, while the director can watch remotely on the laptop/tablet. And the laptop features could be used for file storage and clip logging.

And I'm also considering getting a Windows two-in-one-- that is, if the Panasonic app works under the Android emulators available for Windows. The benefits there are having two OSes, more options for things like hard drives, and maybe even getting a machine capable of running Premiere Pro for some editing in the field.

So, I'm looking for advice. Does the Panasonic app work under an Android emulator well enough for field use? Has anyone else used equipment in this manner? (And is Panasonic considering creating a version of its app to run under Windows?)

Neway CT730HO FullHD IPS camera monitor http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/16341/neway-ct730ho-fullhd-ips-camera-monitor Wed, 18 Jan 2017 06:54:45 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 16341@/talks/discussions image


  • 450nits 1920x1200 7" IPS panel
  • Has focus peaking, histogram, anamorphic mode, false color mode, zoom, etc
  • Thin and light design
  • HDMI Input and output connectors
  • 4K input support up to 30fps
  • Included are:
    • Sun shade
    • Battery plate for F-970
    • HDMI A/C cable
    • Shoe mount
    • Manual

Available now.

Price: $299 $225 intro price
Shipping: Price already includes express shipping for US/Canada/UK/Australia&NZ/Western Europe. Contact for any other regions.
I want to buy this monitor.



4K Displays topic http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/7130/4k-displays-topic Sat, 01 Jun 2013 14:01:47 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 7130@/talks/discussions image

The ASUS PQ321 True 4K UHD Monitor uses cutting-edge Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) rather than traditional amorphous silicon for the active layer of its LCD panel. IGZO panels support much smaller transistors than amorphous silicon, which in turn gives much smaller pixels and the 3840 x 2160 resolution of the PQ321 is four times that of a 1920 x 1080 Full HD display.

176-degree wide viewing angles on both vertical and horizontal planes minimize onscreen color shift, while the 350cd/m² brightness rating and 8ms gray-to-gray response time ensure smooth, bright, and vibrant moving visuals. IGZO technology also gives reduced energy consumption compared to amorphous silicon and reduces bulk — at 35mm at its thickest point, the PQ321 is the thinnest 4K UHD monitor available today.

Via: http://www.asus.com/News/L9xTPmmMwTlPMq5l

4K Recorder and monitor - Convergent Design Odyssey 7 and 7Q http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/6511/4k-recorder-and-monitor-convergent-design-odyssey-7-and-7q Tue, 26 Mar 2013 17:03:23 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 6511@/talks/discussions image


Specifications (all recording parts for 7Q only):

  • 7.7″ OLED, 1280×800, RGB 8-Bit
  • Waveform, Zebras, Histogram, Vectorscope, Focus Assist, False Color, Timecode Display and Audio Level Meters, and 1:1 Pixel mode.
  • SDI Video I/O
  • HDMI Video I/O (up to 1080p60 422 8-bit)
  • HD/2K RGB 444 8/10/12-Bit up to 60p/60psf
  • HD/2K YCC 422 8/10-Bit Up to 120p, QHD/4K 422 up to 30fps
  • ARRIRAW (16:9) 12-bit up to 60fps, ARRIRAW (4:3) 12-bit up to 48fps
  • Canon Raw QHD/4K 10-bit up to 60fps
  • LUT Support (ARRI, Canon, Sony)
  • High-Speed (120fps) and Simultaneous RAW + Proxy (DNxHD-36) mode
  • Record File Formats: DNxHD, Uncompressed, HD/2K Raw, Canon Raw, ARRIRAW
  • SDI record trigger (ARRI, Canon, Panasonic, Red, Sony)
  • 2-Channel Embedded Audio (48KHz, 24-bit)
  • Odyssey7Q support 8 channels
  • 2.5″ server grade SSD in 240/480/960 GB sizes
  • compatible with off the shelf USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt adapters
  • 540 grams cast-magnesium case
  • 200 x 155 x 25 mm)

More information at: http://www.convergent-design.com/Products/Odyssey7.aspx

Have you got an Affordable (~ € 700) UHD 40"+ HDR IPS TV / Monitor recommendation? http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/16183/have-you-got-an-affordable-700-uhd-40-hdr-ips-tv-monitor-recommendation Wed, 14 Dec 2016 10:35:42 -0700 cas1 16183@/talks/discussions Hi,

I'm saving up for a G85, and with that I'm looking for a new 4k screen.

The screen is going to be used as a monitor for my pc. I like to have 40" +.

My priorities are:

  1. viewing angle
  2. colour accuracy
  3. NON flickering when set to low brightness
  4. latency
  5. HDR ready

My budget hovers about € 700.

Any recommendations?

  • Thanks!
Neway CT720HO, 1920x1200 IPS monitor http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/16063/neway-ct720ho-1920x1200-ips-monitor Sat, 19 Nov 2016 01:18:17 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 16063@/talks/discussions image

  • 1920*1200 IPS panel
  • 500cd/m²
  • 1000:1 Contrast
  • HDMI In & Loop Out
  • Peaking, False Color, Histogram, Aspect Marker,
  • Pixel Zoom, Pixel to Pixel, Audio Level Meter
  • Input voltage 7-24 DC
  • Default is Sony NP (F) batteries plate
  • 182.1mm x 124mm x 20.5mm
  • 320g

Will be added to deals soon




FEELWORLD FW789 with waveform and stuff http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/12548/feelworld-fw789-with-waveform-and-stuff Sun, 08 Mar 2015 05:50:39 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 12548@/talks/discussions image

Some features:

  • 1280x800 IPS panel, 800:1 contrast
  • Peaking (Focus Assist)
  • Histogram (for separate RGB colors also)
  • False Color
  • Field Check
  • Screen Markers
  • Center Marker
  • Vector scope
  • RGB Histogram
  • Waveform
  • Dual 3G-SDI
  • 630g
  • DC 7~24V
  • Sony NP batteries plate

Available now

Price: $699 $530
Shipping: Price already includes shipping for US/Canada/UK/Australia&NZ/Western Europe. Contact for any other regions.
I want to buy this monitor.


Blackmagic Video Assist VS Atomos Ninja Blade http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/15221/blackmagic-video-assist-vs-atomos-ninja-blade Wed, 15 Jun 2016 04:05:31 -0600 club_irate 15221@/talks/discussions Need to pull the trigger between the Blackmagic Video Assist 5" VS Atomos Ninja Blade for my GH4. Urgently needs suggestion on which is the better one (now that the BMVA has got rid of its small problems via firmware). I have 2 of those recommended SD cards for the BMVA. So, ideally i would save 200$ on the SSD's. Looking at other pros and cons between the two which make the extra spending for Atomos worth or not worth it.

Seetec ST699 or Feelworld FW759 1280x800 IPS Monitors http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/12617/seetec-st699-or-feelworld-fw759-1280x800-ips-monitors Mon, 16 Mar 2015 09:11:19 -0600 scotchtape 12617@/talks/discussions )image


  • Peaking Focus Assist
  • Camera 5D II Mode
  • Check Field: Red, Green, Blue, Mono
  • Image Flip - U/D, L/R
  • Screen Marker (80%,85%,90%,93%,96%,2.35:1)
  • Centre Marker
  • 4:3&16:9 image adjustable
  • Pixel-to-Pixel
  • Image Freeze

Comes with:

  • Sunshade
  • F970 Plate
  • Hot Shoe Mount
  • HDMI lock
  • HDMI Cable

Price: $144
Shipping: Price includes fast shipping for US/Canada/UK/Australia&NZ/Western Europe. Ask for any other regions.
Packing: Includes all items in the list above.
I want to buy this thing.

With very slow surface shipping available at - http://www.ebay.com/itm/Feelworld-FW759-7-Inches-Ultra-HD-IPS-1280x800-FieldMonitor-HDMI-DJI-FPV-/301553628825

I've been looking for a monitor for a good price for a few months now. Still waiting for a used MustHD 701 to pop up (bid too low on the most recent ebay one).

This one is cheap and has similar features, but not sure about quality. I really like the idea for the controller on the musthd - zooming without touching monitor sounds really helpful. Only really using it for framing and focus, single operator. The oversharp mode on the H056 looked very useful. Most peaking features seem to be useless.

Anyone have any real world feedback? (Also can't seem to find controller/remote for this

5.6" 1280x800 on camera monitor with peaking, aka H056 http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/2823/5.6-1280x800-on-camera-monitor-with-peaking-aka-h056 Tue, 10 Apr 2012 03:02:49 -0600 SightfulProd 2823@/talks/discussions I bought this monitor because it has 1280x800 resolution which is rare to see at a low price point (got it for $220 USD). The other monitor I was considering was the Liliput 7" but figured the smaller size of 5.6" would be more manageable, not to mention monitor peepers on set! For the canon range, I've used it with 5D, 7D, 60D and 600D. All of them give basic monitoring @ 1080i (with pillar boxes) but drops to 480p mush during recording except for the 7D. This is annoying as the monitor cannot reproduce the real sharpness of the actual video.

The colours aren't as accurate as cameras built-in LCD's (anyone have a monitor calibration method, pls?) Next, I paired the monitor with the Panasonic AF-100 on a studio shoot. The piece was lit high contrast with many, many shadows shot @ 400 ISO. The monitor showed pixelated 'noise' in the image but when I looked at the studio monitor it was clean, clean. So the monitor has trouble reproducing blacks.

Really I would only recommend this monitor for framing and focus. Of course pair this with the Panasonic cameras as they put out 1080i during recording which is crucial for focus pulling. Or.. wait till Canon gets their act together. The monitor came with a case with divided foam, sunhood, HDMI-HDMI mini cable, Sony battery plate (you'll have to buy a battery, d/w they are cheap). For the cheap price it's a good start :)

Where to get?

Our deals, as usual, have best prices - http://www.personal-view.com/talks/discussion/717/special-deals-led-lighting-and-lcd-camera-monitors






External monitor recorders and overlay feature http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/15204/external-monitor-recorders-and-overlay-feature Fri, 10 Jun 2016 10:46:49 -0600 Brian_Siano 15204@/talks/discussions Just watching some behind-the-scenes work with greenscreens, and occasionally the filmmakers would apply an overlay to their field monitors to line up shots. For example, if they were shooting two people on a greenscreen soundstage, they could superimpose the background footage to help line the shot up correctly.

Does anyone know which recorder/monitors on the market can do something like this? (Say, play two video streams superimposed over each other? Or load in a graphics file to superimpose?

Feelworld monitors http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/2808/feelworld-monitors Sat, 07 Apr 2012 22:35:48 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 2808@/talks/discussions image


Manufacturer state that it has some sort of peaking.

With input and output only - $229 http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-HD-7-LCD-Field-1080P-Camera-Monitor-SLR-HDMI-In-Out-YPrPb-Peaking-Filter-/180850977834?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0

One with input only - $209 http://www.ebay.com/itm/7-LCD-Field-1080P-HD-Camera-Monitor-HDMI-YPrPb-Peaking-Filter-Focus-Assist-/180850973375?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0

Cheapest Custom Ratio Field monitor? http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/14010/cheapest-custom-ratio-field-monitor Sat, 31 Oct 2015 16:53:59 -0600 redimp 14010@/talks/discussions Hi guys, I am looking for a way to preview my anamorphic footage on BMPCC and am looking for the cheapest external monitor with user-defined ratio.

I do not care about any other features, I just want it to be around 7'' or 10'' and able to produce 3.55:1 anamorphic or 1:1 square image.

It can be plasticky, heavy, I don't mind chinese-grade quality, just need it to be able to produce ratios that I mentioned above and fit BMPCC.

Main issue is the price point – I am on a very tight budget.


SEETEC 5.6" 1280x800 monitor http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/5213/seetec-5.6-1280x800-monitor Fri, 16 Nov 2012 05:11:24 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 5213@/talks/discussions image


It has version with HDMI Inout, and version that also has HDMI output.


  1. Peaking for focus assist
  2. 5D II Camera Mode
  3. Earphone Eack and Built-in Speaker
  4. Image Flip(U/D,L/R)
  5. Brightness, Contrast Ratio, Tint, Saturation and Color Temperature
  6. Check Field Modes: Red, Green, Blue, Monochrome and Color
  7. Underscan/Overscan
  8. Center Marker, Screen Markers(80%,85%,90%,93%,96%)


  • Panel resolution - 1280*800
  • Brightness - 350cd/cm2
  • Contrast - 500:1
  • Input Voltage - DC 6~24V
  • Power Consumption - ≤7W
  • Size - 146mm100mm46mm
  • Weight - 260g or 340g with sun shade
  • Inputs - HDMI, Video Composite, Audio
  • Output - HDMI (with model with it!)

Monitor is available on deals


FS: 7" Monitor FeelWorld FW768 http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/14519/fs-7-monitor-feelworld-fw768 Mon, 01 Feb 2016 06:36:22 -0700 f1lm3r 14519@/talks/discussions Hi all --

Selling a monitor in great condition. Used it exclusively with my Blackmagic Pocket. Works fine. Reason for selling is I'm not shooting enough these days and don't see the point of it lying around. Great monitor on a budget. Comes with original box and cables. Accepts LP-e6 battery. Features Histogram, False Color, Focus peaking, Frame Guides and audio meters. Asking $85 shipped in the US. Paypal preferred to confirmed address.

Here are some pics: Album [url]http://imgur.com/a/J0gWt[/url]




Lilliput Monitor with histogram, focus assist, zebras http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/2054/lilliput-monitor-with-histogram-focus-assist-zebras- Thu, 19 Jan 2012 00:28:17 -0700 PixCanFly 2054@/talks/discussions This new Lilliput 7" 5D-II-O-P packed in a lot of pro feature for a good price. I heard it's US300 + shipping

image image image image image

  • Resolution 1024 X 600 supports 1920 X 1080
  • Peaking Filter
  • False Colors
  • Zebra Stripes
  • Histogram
  • 1:1 Pixel Mapping
  • Color Bars
  • 4x Zoom
  • Underscan/Overscan
  • Freeze Frame
  • 4xZoom
  • Image Flip
  • Selectable Aspect Ratio

P version is with HDMI pass through (OUT) :

3D Printed Monitor Bracket http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/14887/3d-printed-monitor-bracket Mon, 28 Mar 2016 09:05:46 -0600 andyharris 14887@/talks/discussions Over this weekend break I finally got a 3D printer up and running. It's a Fisher Delta Beta, and cost about £249 including the first 500g of PLA filament.

I'm hoping to make props for a film with it. But a first job, here's a bracket for a 19" rack mount monitor that I use for focus confirmation on:


It was designed in Cheetah3D for which you can treat each unit as 1mm, which helps to create very accurate sizing etc.


Philips 27" IPS Monitor with AdoveRGB coverage http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/14804/philips-27-ips-monitor-with-adovergb-coverage Wed, 16 Mar 2016 18:44:03 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 14804@/talks/discussions image

  • 27" Class IPS Quantum Dot Technology / Adobe RGB 99% LED Monitor (27" Viewable)
  • Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio w/ color support of 16.7 Million Colors
  • Brightness - 300 cd/m2, Dynamic Contrast Ratio - 20,000,000:1, Response Time - 5ms
  • Connectivity - VGA, DVI, HDMI w/MHL, Audio In/Out
  • $299 only


Monitors or EVF for BMPCC http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/14739/monitors-or-evf-for-bmpcc Tue, 08 Mar 2016 02:54:27 -0700 michellewhite0210 14739@/talks/discussions I have a new BMPCC, and search for some monitors to work with it, with HDMI input and output would be best. :D

Today I get a video for the review with BMPCC and 3.5 inch EVF, new version to support BMPCC, HDMI input & output, with very

nice price.

The video is as below.

Is there anyone have this EVF? How about it working with BMPCC? Or someone have other monitors from this brand?? Thanks.

FS: SmallHD 502 bundle http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/14535/fs-smallhd-502-bundle Thu, 04 Feb 2016 05:46:06 -0700 aaronchicago 14535@/talks/discussions SmallHD 502 in mint condition. Includes all original parts/box. Included is 4 Canon batteries, a ball mount head, and a 7" SmallHD Neoprene sleeve. $999. Free shipping in US. Outside of US negotiable.


5.9 inch 1920*1080 full hd mipi display with hdmi http://personal-view.com/talks/discussion/14500/5.9-inch-19201080-full-hd-mipi-display-with-hdmi Fri, 29 Jan 2016 06:18:07 -0700 neirotransformer 14500@/talks/discussions Just found this interesting DIY monitor kits at aliexpress.com $217.55 There is also 5.9 inch models with 1440*2560 resolution. Wonder if it accepts 1080p signal from Panasonic GH and Blackmagic cameras. Have no idea how to control brightness, color temp and other settings :)