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SmallHD 702 Bright 7" Full HD On-Camera Monitor
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The SmallHD 702 Bright 7" Full HD On-Camera Monitor
The SmallHD 7" 702 HDMI/SDI On-Camera Field Monitor is a high-resolution monitor perfect for on-camera and gimbal use. Key features include:
High Resolution. This full HD, 1920 × 1080 LCD monitor provides an extremely sharp image with a 323 ppi pixel density. Despite being an LCD, the 702 is able to produce 85% NTSC Color Gamut (greater than the REC. 709 color standard), rivaling OLED technology’s color capabilities.
Brightness for Daylight. The 702’s display is rated at 1000 nits brightness with a super wide 179° viewing angle, making it useable from the darkest corners of your set to even broad daylight.
HDMI/SDI. The 702 supports both HDMI and HD-SDI inputs and outputs, and cross-converts between them. HD-SDI input and output max out at 1080/60i and 1080/30p in RGB/YCC 4:2:2 and 4:4:4. HDMI input and output max out at 1080/60p and support 8/10/12-bit color. Audio is transferred through both HD-SDI and HDMI, with a 1/8-inch stereo out to monitor audio via headphones (not included).
Feature-Rich Toolset. Expanded options include the output of LUT previews to downstream devices, image capture, custom scaling, peaking, false color, zebras, HD waveform, RGB parade, histogram, HDMI/SDI bi-directional cross conversion, and on-screen audio meters. An SD card slot allows lets you add custom LUTs, and save and share settings to other monitors. Please note that this rental doesn’t include an SD card.Power Options. The SmallHD 702 can be powered by Canon LP-E6 batteries (not included). While the monitor will accept Sony L-series batteries, we do not recommend their use with the 700-series monitors due unreliability.
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We offer a 3-day inspection period on all sales, during which time you may return the item for a refund of the purchase price, not including shipping.
On this item, we include a LensAuthority 90-day limited warranty. This warranty covers damage that arises from normal use of the item. It does NOT cover accidental or intentional damage. More details are available in our FAQ section.
In addition to the standard 90-day warranty, you may have the option to purchase an extended warranty. If we're able to offer an extended warranty on this item, you'll see a checkbox to add that warranty - see the area just above the "Add to Cart" button.
If you select the extended warranty, you'll get additional protection from Consumer Priority Service ("CPS"). The CPS warranty will take effect after our 90-day warranty ends. However, the CPS warranty term would begin on the date of purchase. For example, if you buy an item with a 2-year extended warranty today, your coverage would end two years from today. Click the link below for all the details: