SKU: GC49-33.1.MON-CINE-7

SmallHD Cine 7 Monitor

SmallHD Cine 7 Monitor

Full HD touchscreen monitor with DCI-P3 Color and 1800nits brightness. Access internal camera settings via included camera control software installation.

Model: MON-CINE-7

Display: 7-inch touchscreen, 1920x1200, 3DCI-P3

Input: SDI, HDMI

Output: SDI, HDMI, Headphone Jack, Camera Control

Power Input: 2mm barrel connector (DC 10-34v), Sony L-Series dual-battery bracket

Software: PageOS 4

Cine 7 is the ultimate 7” on-camera monitor for cinematographers, offering a colour-accurate wide-gamut display, cinema camera control, as well as Teradek RT and Bolt 4K integration.

PageOS 4 Software Toolset

User page presets, Focus Assist, frame guides, 4K HDR (PQ) waveforms, improved false colour, Color Pipe log conversion, Teradek RT Overlays, and more. Monitor camera metadata, lens control, timecode, and start/stop flags.

The Industry Standard 7” Monitor

Full HD 7-inch IPS LCD with 1920x1200 resolution

10-bit colour processing in 100% DCI-P3

1800nits of brightness

4K & HDR compatible

160-degree viewing angle

Multiple I/O

Input: 1x 3G-SDI, 1x 3G-SDI In/Out, 1x HDMI 2.0, 1x Micro USB, 1x Ethernet Port

Output: 1x 3G-SDI, 1x HDMI 2.0

Power Input Options

2mm barrel connector port

Included Sony L-Series dual-battery bracket

Optional Gold Mount & V-Mount battery plate attachments (sold separately)

Rugged Lightweight Housing

Anodized aluminum chassis

Ultralight weight: 1.25lbs (.57kg)

Thin body width: 1.32in (3.35cm)

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SmallHD Cine 7 Monitor

Full HD touchscreen monitor with DCI-P3 Color and 1800nits brightness. Access internal camera settings via included camera control software installation.

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