Why do you need an on-camera monitor?
Did you use what model number camera?
Do you want the screen for a tad bigger, or brighter?
Do you see the detail of the image on the camera screen? Whether the image is focused accurately, whether the image achieves your expected effect?
There is a solution. External on-camera monitors come in all shapes and sizes and are packed with additional features that will make shooting video much more enjoyable. Here is how you can pick the best one for you.
How to choose the monitor?
Whether or not your camera will even work with an external monitor. If it can’t output video, you can’t use one.
Please confirm whether the signal format output by the camera matches the signal format supported by the monitor.
HDMI and SDI are the most common options. If your camera has HDMI and SDI interfaces, you can choose a monitor with HDMI and SDI interfaces.
Choose Screen Size and Brightness
The screen size is not the bigger the better, the most important thing is to choose the right one. When using a handheld stabilizer and gimbal, recommended that you choose 5, 5.5, 6 inch monitor.
When using large camera equipment, you can choose a 7 inch monitor.
Do you usually shooting outdoors under varying degrees of sunlight? You may need to increase the brightness to see the screen clearly. If the monitor does not have an ultra brightness setting, you may need to install a sunshade.
If you use the stabilizer and gimbal, recommend you use the FW568 5.5 inch monitor, has 500 nit brightness. If you use the large camera equipment, you can choose the T7 7 inch monitor, has 450 nit brightness. When you usually shooting outdoor, you can choose the LUT6, LUT6S 6 inch light 2600nit ultra brightness and touchscreen, LUT7, LUT7S 7 inch 2200nit ultra brightness and touchscreen.
Touchscreen, Waveform, LUT and HDR
While a bigger, brighter picture may be all you were looking for, if you are purchasing an on-camera monitor you will benefit greatly from having extra monitoring tools. Things like LUTs and waveforms should be on your list. Touch screen simplifies operation, everything is accessible through the touch screen.
Tools such as waveform, false color, vectorscope and RGB parade can help confirm the brightness and color of the image. LUTs are probably the most important, because they will allow you to preview images with basic levels or corrections.
FEELWORLD F6 PLUS, LUT6, LUT6S, LUT7, LUT7S all have touchscreen, waveform, LUT and HDR functions. If you mostly going to be used for indoor, you can choose F6 PLUS 5.5 inch 500nit brightness, if you often shooting outdoor, you can choose the LUT6, LUT6S 6 inch 2600nit ultra brightness, LUT7, LUT7S 7 inch 2200nit ultra brightness.
FEELWORLD Camera Monitor Compatible
There are FEELWORLD monitor compatible, you can learn more and choose the monitor suitable with your camera.
Hope it can help you choose the monitor suitable with your camera.
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