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Lilliput 7-inch LCD monitor with HDMI, YPbPr interface, dedicated high-definition video camera
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- This is the newest 2010 model of 7 inches DAYLIGHT widescreen 16:9 HDMI YPbPr High quality TFT LCD car monitor with an extra high brightness of 450cd/m2 instead of the normal 250cd/m2. Its screen display is perfect to watch under daylight for viewing DVD movies, playing video games and connecting to computers, laptops and GPS.
- It features HDMI High Definition Multimedia Interface with wide viewing angles, Multi-size display and more.
- Besides, it provides BNC twist-on plugs to ensure fixed connection to any input sources.
- This monitor is universal and can be installed, used in all cars, ships and anywhere in the world!
- battery life: 2.5 hours (Turn on on/off button before battery charging)
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-HDMI & YPbPr inputs;
-With HDMI input, connecting directly to PC, as a Personal Computer;
-With YPbPr & AV inputs, connecting directly to DVD player, as a car entertainment system; LCD 16:9 Aspect Ratio with Max. 1920 x 1080 pixels, good for application for full HD Video Camera in CCTV Monitoring and Making Movies.
-Panel Size :7" 16:9 TFT LCD
-Resolution :800 × 480, up to 1920 × 1080
-Extra High Brightness :450cd/m2
-Viewing Angle:120 degree/ 140 degree(H/V)
-Input Voltage:DC 12V
-Input Signal:HDMI, YPbPr, Video x 2, Audio x 1
-Battery: 2200mAh / 7.4V (built-in)
-Battery life: 2.5 hours (Turn on on/off button before battery charging)
-Current: 650mA (1.2A when charging)
-Standby Current: <50mA
-Power Consumption: ≤8W
-Input Resistance: 75Ω
-Input Frequency: H/30-60KHz, V/60-75Hz
-Audio Output: >250mW
-Speaker: x 1 (front)
-Size(LWD): 188 × 125 × 33 mm 194.4 × 134.1 × 63.2mm (with sunshade)
-Weight: 542g / 582g (with sunshade)
-7" Day-Use HDMI YPbPr Battery Monitor 668GL
-2200mAh / 7.4V Li-ion Rechargeable Battery
-12V / 1.5A DC Adapter
-Universal monitor stand
-Wireless Remote Control
Top Customer Reviews
The monitor itself is crystal clear and very easy to use/setup. It comes with a mini-HDMI to HDMI cable which allowed me to be up and running with my 7D in about 5 minutes. There is virtually no latency from what the lens of the camera sees and what you see on the monitor. If you look hard enough, there might be about a nano second of latency, but nowhere near enough to impede usage. This monitor has helped me so much in maintaining focus on my subjects. With the little LCD built into the camera, I thought I had shots in focus, only to come home and review on my computer and realize things were blurry/out of focus. This monitor definitely helps to prevent that; perfect for people like me with bad eyesight!
Bought the monitor mostly as an experiment: to do HDSLR video production with my Nikon D800.
You can easily focus with it, as long as you turn off overlays in the Nikon's menu, and go full screen 1080 with the image. If your camera doesn't allow that, it's not the monitor's fault. Several canon EOS DSLR cameras automatically switch to 480p when you roll. The Canon 7d doesnt, but others do. That would make racking focus much more difficult visually. You'd have to measure out the actors' distances, spike them on the ground, and grease the marks on your focus wheel, traditional film-style. That's a good habit anyhow. Then this monitor would still be good for framing and composition.
I wish it had a HDMI pass through and headphone outputs. When you playback footage from the Nikon DSLR, it defaults to play through HDMI if a monitor is connected. Meaning, you have to listen through the internal speaker rather than the camera headphone jack. It's a minor inconvenience.
Also, buy an extra battery Lilliput 2200mah Lithium Battery for 668gl-70np/h/y to get through a production day, and power down the monitor when not in use. You'll find the monitor battery will then last much longer.
The monitor has unusual features. Read the manual. The rocker switch on the back is for toggling "charging". Switch it to "on" to "charge". Very unusual...
I'm sure that this monitor would work just fine for standard def video, or blurry HD video. Probably sufficient for letting kids watch DVDs in the back seat of a car.
I was a bit confused by the input ports they used on the back - there is no documentation on what type of ports they are, and I had never heard of or seen BNC connections before. Easy enough if all you are used to is RCA type connections. You'll need a BNC Male - RCA Female adapter, which costs about $5 for a 6-pack.
Hope this helps anyone else out there!
**update after using this a few times: awesome awesome awesome battery life! I used this at a wedding reception, on and off, for over 3.5 hours. It wasn't on the entire time, but I'd say it was on for at least 2 hours.
Great product for the price!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased this unit 1.5 years ago. Pretty sure it's not 1080 pixels. Probably more like 640 or 720p. I found it more useful for framing/composition and less for focusing. Read morePublished 13 days ago by fotographs
I love this for my security cameras. Very easy to use and it is so compact. Great Price to!Published 1 month ago by That One Guy
I am using this monitor with a Sony HDR-CX440. The camera is mounted on a 15 foot pole with this monitor my view of what I am filming. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Barker
Hard to turn on
I maybe am missing something but menu pulls up every time