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FeelWorld LUT6S 6" 2600 cd/m² 4K HDMI/3G-SDI Touchscreen Monitor

SKU #108745 Model LUT6S

Key Features

  • Outdoor Visible 2600 cd/m² Brightness
  • Built-In HDR and DeLog 3D LUTs
  • Compact and Slim with 1080p Touchscreen
  • 4K HDMI/3G-SDI Input and Loop Output
Rs102,000.00
In Stock

FeelWorld FW568 5.5" Full HD HDMI On-Camera Monitor with 4K Support for Gimbals

SKU #108768 Model FW568

Key Features

  • 1920 x 1080 Native Resolution
  • HDMI 4K Input & Loop-Through Output
  • 1000:1 Contrast, 500 cd/m² Brightness
  • Calibrated for Rec. 709 HD Color
Rs39,500.00
Out Of Stock

Viltrox DC70 PRO 7" LCD On-Camera Monitor

SKU #108072 Model VIDC70PRO

Key Features

  • 7" 1920 x 1200 IPS LCD Display
  • Supports 1080p Full HD Input
  • Built-In Speaker, Headphone Output
  • L-Series Battery Plate
Rs82,500.00
Out Of Stock

Viltrox DC70 EX 7" LCD On-Camera Monitor

SKU #108070 Model VIDC70EX

Key Features

  • Supports 1080p Full HD Input
  • Built-In Speaker, Headphone Output
  • 7" 1024 x 600 IPS LCD Display
  • L-Series Battery Plate
Rs64,500.00
Out Of Stock

FeelWorld T7" IPS 4K HDMI On-Camera Aluminum Monitor

SKU #108742 Model T7 UPC #815206023254

Key Features

  • 1920 x 1200 Resolution, 450 cd/m²
  • Brightness Histogram
  • False Colors & Zebra Exposure Tools
  • Peaking Focus Assist (Red, Green, Blue)
Rs47,000.00
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FeelWorld T7 Plus 7" IPS On-Camera Monitor with 3D LUT, Waveform & Vectorscope

SKU #108767 Model T7 PLUS

Key Features

  • 7" 1920 x 1200 Display
  • 4K HDMI In and Out
  • 1200:1 Contrast, 450 cd/m² Brightness
  • Wide 160° Viewing Angle
Rs55,000.00
Out Of Stock

FeelWorld S55 5.5" Lightweight HDMI Monitor with 4K Input/Output

SKU #108747 Model FWS55 UPC #815206024695

Key Features

  • 5.5" 1280 x 720 HDMI Monitor
  • Supports up to DCI 4K Input & Output
  • Sony L-Series/Canon LP-E6 Battery Plate
  • 500 cd/m² Brightness / 1000:1 Contrast
Rs37,000.00
Out Of Stock

FeelWorld LUT7S 7" 3D LUT 4K HDMI and SDI Monitor

SKU #108741 Model LUT7S

Key Features

  • 7" 1920 x 1200 IPS LCD Monitor
  • HDMI and SDI Input/Output
  • Inputs SD, HD, and DCI 4K Video
  • 2200 cd/m² Brightness, Touchscreen
Rs98,500.00
Out Of Stock

FeelWorld F7 PRO 7 Inch 3D LUT Touch Screen DSLR Camera Field Director

SKU #108740 Model F7PRO

Key Features

  • 1920x1200 FHD Resolution
  • Touch Screen
  • Custom 3D LUT
  • HDR Monitoring
Rs64,500.00
Out Of Stock

FeelWorld F6 Plus 5.5" 4K HDMI Monitor

SKU #108744 Model F6PLUS

Key Features

  • Touchscreen 1920 x 1080 Display
  • Up to DCI 4K HDMI Input; HDMI Output
  • DC, USB, L-Series/LP-E6 Power Support
  • LUT Support via SD Card Slot
Rs49,000.00
Out Of Stock

On Camera Monitors

Photographers no longer have to rely upon tiny LCD screens to preview photos, and videographers can catch issues immediately and re-shoot scenes, thanks to camera monitors. On-camera monitors can be attached directly to the camera or video equipment, or you can use mounting brackets for additional security. Small monitors with HDMI input are ideal for DSLR cameras, while larger production monitors work well with video and camcorders.

What Are Camera Monitors and How Are They Used?

Camera monitors are screens used with cameras or camcorders for a better view of focus areas and the final object. To secure them, you can use monitor mounts that stabilize the additional hardware. HD monitors with HDMI connections are ideal for newer DSLR cameras and GoPro equipment as they require only one connection for both audio and video. Because most on-camera monitors have their own battery, they work separately from other systems and don‘t drain the power of the device. With multiple settings, including brightness and contrast, the monitor will show brighter results than the on-board LCD. The brighter results help display colors as they’ll be in the final product. If color or lighting is off, you can adjust softboxes, LED lighting, and other production equipment to produce a better photo or video.

How to Choose a Camera Monitor

There are several things to consider when choosing camera monitors for DSLR cameras. Have the camera or camcorder model information available when searching for an on-camera monitor. Pay special attention to input and output sources, to ensure that you purchase the correct charging and connection cords. Input and output sources are especially important to video playback and sound quality. Before making a purchase, research the following areas, to ensure the best quality addition to your preexisting equipment.

  1. Size: Larger monitors make it easier to see defects in the shot
  2. Resolution: High-resolution creates sharper image detail
  3. DPI: Dots-per-inch, measurement of how many dots it takes to produce an image
  4. Connections: Check if the monitor has HDMI, AV, USB, or a combination
  5. Additional features: Any composition aids that may be available

Special features for on-camera monitors may also include overlays, for video and photo editing. HD monitors with HDMI hookups offer benefits as well; the major benefit is being able to send audio and video with one cable. To do this, monitors with HDMI input must also have speakers; this is an excellent feature for shooting music videos. Adding professional video monitor hoods will help ensure you see the image playback without reflection from surrounding light sources.

Came carries monitor mounting brackets, on-board monitors, and HDMI and USB cable hookups. Browse through tripods, camera lenses, filters, replacement batteries, and other camera and video accessories to find everything you need for your next shoot.

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