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Lilliput 5d-ii/o/p Peaking Zebra Exposure Filter Hdmi in OUT 7" TFT LCD Monitor+hot Shoe Mount+mini Hdmi Cable By Viviteq (No Battery Included)
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- MODEL :5D-II/O/P
- Panel Size: 7" TFT LCD (16:9)
- Resolution: 1024×600, up to 1920×1080
- Peaking Focus Filter,False color Filter,Zebra Exposure,Brightness Histogram
- Input Signal: HDMI INPUT & OUTPUT
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|Package Height||4.6 x 7.4 x 11.6 inches|
|Shipping Weight||3.05 pounds|
At a glance NEW 2012 model 5D-II/O/P designed for Canon 5D Mark II High resolution 1024x600, High Contrast 800:1 Four more new functions: 1. Peaking Focus Filter 2. False color Filter 3. Zebra Exposure 4. Brightness Histogram Specifications Panel Size: 7" TFT LCD (16:9) Resolution: 1024×600, up to 1920×1080 Brightness: 250cd/? Contrast: 800:1 Viewing Angle: 160°/ 150°(H/V) Input Voltage: DC 6-24V Input Signal: HDMI Output Signal: HDMI OUT Battery Plate: F970, QM91D Current: 800mA Power Consumption: 10W Working Temperature: -20? ~ 60? Storage Temperature: -30? ~ 70? Size (LWD): 196.5×145×31mm 196.5×145×41mm (with sun shade closed) 196.5×145×151.3mm (with sunshade open) What is in the package 1x 5D-II /P Monitor 1x Flexible Folding Sun Shade Cover 2XBattery Plate (F970 AND QM91) 1x DC Adapter 1x HDMI Cable 1x Shoe Mount (for camera only) 1x Manual
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Issues; the mini ball head is junk. Replace it immediately , I now use it for a gopro as it was probably designed for something like that. It doesn't seem to handle the weight of the monitor very well on the shoe mount. ( The shoe mount part of the mini ball head I like and kept. )
Every now and then it gets glitchy and won't let me use the 4 function buttons or the 5D MK ii button.
It has acted up a couple of times like this and I will update if it gets worse or better or if I return it.
Did I mention I have a 5D MK II ? Drag that I monitor recording at 480P but still looks a lot better than my little 3" screen.
Hey no more nose prints if I want to shoot stills! This works great on a jib as well as the 5D has no flip out screen.
Really though, other than that, it looks great, it accepts those FP550 video camera batteries that I already had 2 of .
Each battery gives me almost 1.5 hours. You can use an AC adapter to power it.
The hood works well outside in the sun. The hood is sturdy plastic and protects the screen.
Peaking function is helpful as the 5D MK II doesn't auto focus while recording video very well. I pull my own focus with prime lenses anyways for video. I can do pretty well without it but it's new and fun to play with.
I may bump this up a star after I have used it for a few months. So far tested it with Nikon D90, Canon 5D MK II and Canon 6D.
I shoot with a GH2 so all of this info comes from that view point.
1. No matter what mode I put it in, full screen, 16/9, whatever, it cut off about 5% of the screen on the edges. Confirmed on my Marshall.
2. To get it to work in HD mode, you need to enable either histogram of exposure settings. Problem with this is that you can no longer control color temp in this mode. It's all locked up. So, if you want to adjust color temp to match what you are actually shooting (a little helpful) you need to switch back to SD mode which shifts the color temp. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention when you enable HD mode, you get one hell of a color temp shift in this bad boy! So you have to go back and forth, guessing what you're doing till you kinda get it right. Not very fun.
I contacted Lilliput directly and they asked me for an invoice number. I told them I bought it off of amazon and the never responded back. Sent a few emails and nothing. Great customer service guys. Seems a few people on the message boards are experiencing these kinds of problems with these new monitors. Think we need to all what a little bit till they figure out what the hell they are doing. It's a shame too, it's amazing when it's in HD but pretty much useless to me the way it is.
One more thing, the peaking seems to be pretty broad compared to my Marshall and I wouldn't trust it at all. I had them up side by side and I'm still going back to the 3 year old marshall 7" hdmi.
There is an option in the menu called underscan that fixes the cut off issue with the GH2. I turned that on and the monitor displays everything 100% as it is in the view finder, no cut off.
So far it has been great with my GH2. I assume that setting works with other cameras but cannot confirm that.
Some complain about not being able to adjust the color range when the histogram is on to get it to display in hi def. I see no reason to really need that. I use a white balance grey card and manually WB every shot so do not rely on this monitor for my colors. It is a monitor and allows me to monitor what I am shooting. It allows me to pull focus It has a GREAT built in zoom function to assists in focus.
It is not perfect by any means but it is awesome for the price.
Look! If you are a professional or can afford it get a better one. For my uses it has worked great so far.
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