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I found the screen flipping to be very convenient for myself since I prefer to use my Ronin-M in the upright mode, which makes me film upside down. So I'm able to vertically & horizontally flip the monitor so that what I see on the monitor, is what I'll see in post when I flip the footage. Would highly suggest it if you're doing small-time filming.
This thing is lighter and brighter than my Fine HD VS2. As for the polarization it does ok, I shot myself outside being back lit and it was really reflective but had the setting sun shining directly into it. The sun hood material isn't much but I really like how it feels and how it attaches. Since it's marketed as having a ton of ways to mount it (horizontally and vertically) I was worried that the image flip would be weird (the VS2 mirror flipped which sucked on a steadicam) but it flips a full 360 degrees with 4 settings so it actually works great no matter what way you orient it on your rig.When you’ve put together rigs made up of powerful equipment, you want to be able to see shots that so much work has now gone into getting to that point. No matter the setup, whether it’s a shoulder rig, gimbal, tripod, or handheld, you need a FEELWORLD monitor for all your setups which allow you to see, in perfect definition, make sure your shot in focus and accurate exposure, what you are shooting so that you know that the shot you are working hard to get is truly stellar.