Lilliput 663/S2 LCD 3G-SDI / HDMI 7″ inch Monitor

RM1,700.00

Lilliput’s 663/S2 7″ LCD On-Camera 3G-SDI / HDMI Monitor is an on-camera monitor offering 1280 x 800 resolution with 400 nit brightness and an 800:1 contrast ratio. Best buy / sale in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.

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Description

Description

  • 7″ 1280 x 800 IPS LCD Display
  • 800:1 Contrast Ratio
  • HDMI, Component, SDI, Composite Inputs
  • HDMI Loop Output
  • Peaking, False Color, Histogram
  • Customizable Front Panel Buttons
  • Metal Chassis Sun Hood & Tally Light
  • 3 x 1/4″-20 Threaded Mounting Holes
  • Sony L & Canon LP-E6 Battery Plates
  • V-Mount & Gold Mount Plate Adapter

 

Lilliput’s 663/S2 7″ LCD On-Camera 3G-SDI / HDMI Monitor is an on-camera monitor offering 1280 x 800 resolution with 400 nit brightness and an 800:1 contrast ratio. The monitor allows you to analyze focus, exposure, and other characteristics with False Color, Pixel-to-Pixel, and Histogram. It supports both NTSC and PAL compatible signals with HDMI, 3G-SDI, Component, and Composite inputs. This monitor also features an HDMI output, allowing you to feed the monitor and send the video signal along an HDMI infrastructure. It also features both a built-in speaker and headphone jack. The four front panel buttons and four rotating knobs can be assigned to specific functions that allow you to call up often-used menu functions. You can power the monitor by using the included battery plates or the 4-pin XLR connector. The included 4-pin XLR power cable features a barrel connector and three pigtail cables for connecting to a tally system. The monitor features a tally indicator on the front of the monitor. An assortment of supplied accessories includes a Sony L-type and Canon LP-E6-type battery plates. The monitor incorporates a 1/4″-20 threaded mounting hole on the bottom and on each side, and the included sun hood attaches via hook and loop fastener to a removable sun hood attachment frame. A V-mount and Gold mount plate adapter allows you to mount optional V-mount or Gold mount battery plates.

 

 

The front panel buttons and knobs can be customized to call up often-used menu functions.

F1 to F4 Buttons:

  • Center Marker
  • Check Field
  • Color Bar
  • Camera (format selection)
  • PIP
  • Flip
  • Zoom
  • Pixel-to-Pixel
  • Freeze
  • Input
  • Underscan
  • H/V Delay
  • Peaking
  • False Color
  • Exposure
  • Histogram

 

R1 to R4 Knobs

  • Contrast
  • Brightness
  • Saturation
  • Tint
  • Volume
  • Sharpness
  • Back Light

 

 

Monitoring Features

  • Histogram
  • 1:1 Pixel-to-Pixel
  • Picture-in-Picture (for when the HDMI and Composite inputs are used simultaneously)
  • H/V Delay
  • Underscan
  • Center Marker
  • Zoom (up to 8x)
  • False Color
  • Peaking
  • Color Bar
  • Image Flip
  • Freeze Input
  • Adjustable color temperature

 

 

Peaking

Peaking highlights the sharpest (most in focus) areas of the image with a color outline. The monitor features two modes, monochrome, and color. The monochrome mode shows the image in black and white with the red peaking outline, and the color peaking mode shows the image in color with a red peaking outline.

 

 

False Color

The False Color feature provides under/over luminance warning by presenting the image as a series of color values representing exposure.

Waveform

The waveform provides an objective evaluation of your video signal. It displays the brightness of your image on an IRE scale, allowing you to see if your image will clip, and where your black levels are.

Histogram

The Histogram provides a graphic depiction of how many pixels in your image are at each level between black and white. This provides you exposure information so you can objectively judge how much of your image is clipping, falling into the shadows, or being captured faithfully.

Vectorscope

The vectorscope displays the signal on a graph so you can check the phase of your colors. The vectorscope function also verifies and checks the overall tint and hue of an image.

1:1 Pixel Mode

1:1 pixel-to-pixel mapping allows you to look at parts of your image without any scaling, so you can see the actual detail and not be fooled by scaling artifacts.

H/V Delay

This mode allows you to see the video signal outside the active picture area. Settings include Off, H/V Delay, H Delay, and V Delay.

Underscan/Overscan

Allows you to display an image with lower resolution than the screen with either a black border around the image or fill the screen entirely.