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Manhattan LCD HD5 5.6 inch Field Monitor, 1280 x 800 Native Resolution, 500:1 Contrast Ratio, 300 cd/m2 Brightness, NTSC and PAL Auto Detect, Black 1 of 1
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Learn more about Manhattan LCD HD5 5.6 inch Field Monitor, 1280 x 800 Native Resolution, 500:1 Contrast Ratio, 300 cd/m2 Brightness, NTSC and PAL Auto Detect, Black:

Mfg Part#: HD5
Sku: 222439948
UPC: 753182705316
UPC 14: 00753182705316
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The HD5 5.6" Field Monitor from Manhattan LCD is an LCD display with high enough resolution to display 720p natively - and it's light enough to mount directly to your camcorder or DSLR. The 1 lb (0.5 kg) monitor has a native resolution of 1280 x 800 and displays video formats from SD to HD, 480i to 1080p - including PAL and NTSC as well as most imaginable HD and computer formats via component, VGA and dual HDMI inputs. (The display also has a composite video input for 480i.)The HD5 includes a special aspect ratio for the Canon 50D, 60D, 5D, T2I and T3I cameras. These cameras are becoming very popular however are difficult to use with standard field monitors. The camera's preview and record mode require a custom aspect ratio to display the picture without distortion. The HD5's "DSLR Rec" is an automatic aspect ratio correcting Canon DSLR record and preview modes providing a proper picture.The 5.6" HD5 field monitor includes a special aspect ratio for the Canon 50D, 60D, 5D, T2I and T3I cameras. These popular cameras are difficult to use with standard field monitors, as the cameras' preview and record modes require a custom aspect ratio to display the picture without distortion. The monitor's "DSLR Rec" is an automatic aspect ratio that corrects Canon DSLR record and preview modes, providing a proper picture.The monitor's False Color feature transforms video brightness to a colored scale that helps the operator in setting a camera's exposure. As the camera's exposure is adjusted, the picture changes colors based on brightness levels. Once this setting is locked in, you will know you are getting suitable exposure without expensive equipment. Peaking (focus assist) shows you the position of the camera's focal plane. As you rack the focus back and forth you can see objects come in and out of focus by way of a bright white outline. Other convenient features include upgradeable firmware, NTSC/PAL auto-detect and two 1/4"-20 mounting threads - one on top, one on bottom, for increased versatility. Other convenient features include upgradeable firmware, NTSC/PAL switchability (with auto-detect) and two 1/4"-20 mounting threads. An optional sun hood is also available.

Features

Video Features 1:1 pixel mapping for more precise focus, plus 16:9, 4:3, Fill to Aspect and Fill All
Video Features Advanced picture and image controls (refer to Specifications)
Video Features For viewing on a moving camera at ever-changing and awkward angles, the screen's super-wide 170deg. (left/right) x 170deg. (up/down) viewing angles leave very little room for improvement
Video Features HDMI colorspace supports YCbCr 4:4:4, YCbCr 4:2:2 and RGB 4:4:4 at 8/10/12-bit
Video Features Over/under-scan, aspect guides, screen markers
Video Features Supports 480i/480p/576i/576p/720p/1080i/1080p at 24/25/30/50/60 Hz
Video Features The monitor is completely digital, from the TFT screen to the driver board. High-speed triple ADC supports NTSC/PAL/SECAM, including all substandard. There's an adaptive five-line comb filter and it processes at 1 billion colors
Video Features The monitor's LCD controller has a firmware-upgradable processor chipset from industry leader Pixelworks. The HD5 is software-upgradable so you can take advantage of new features being added as the software evolves
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