HS7T II combines a 7” HDR screen with a calibrated peak brightness of 1200nits and the lightweight monitor-only functions of the original HS7T. High-bright 4K HDMI/SDI monitor. Wireless Video Transmitter/Receiver set compatible.
Display: 7-inch IPS tempered glass panel, 1200nit brifgtness
Input: SDI, HDMI, Micro USB
Output: SDI, HDMI, ⅛” Headphone Jack
Power: 4-pin Aviation Input (DC 7.4~24V), Sony L-Series dual-battery bracket
The HS7T Metal Edition combines a large 7-inch HDR screen with 1200nit calibrated peak brightness and the lightweight display-only function of the original HS7T. The HS7T Metal Edition can be used in strong light environments to monitor signals up to 4K 30p via HDMI or SDI. Ideal director monitor, focus monitor, video switcher preview display, very suitable for video bloggers showing to the camera.
HDR for Real Visual Effects
3D LUT, HDR(HLG), Focus Peaking, Check Field, Guides, Grids, Cross Hair, Anamorphic mode, False Color, H/V Delay, HDR(HLG), Histogram, Luma Waveform, Image Flip, OSD Flip, Pixel to Pixel, Zooming, R/G/B/Chroma Only, Scaling, Underscan, Zebra, Audio Meters and more…
3D LUTs support via USB input
Support for 3D LUTs enables you to view your log footage in your chosen color space or palette. This monitor incorporates one 3G-SDI input, one 3G-SDI output, one HDMI input, one HDMI output, a 3.5mm headphone audio output, and a USB Type-A port used to load 3D LUTs and for software updates. A 178° viewing angle enables off-axis viewing without color and contrast shifts.
Compatible with Wireless Video Transmission
Connect wireless video transmission XM1000S, Cine Eye-Pro, or Moma400S, HS7T will become one wireless monitor. Moreover, the monitor can supply power for any wireless video transmission system attached to the back: a helpful feature when trying to keep the monitor setup clean and compact.
4K HDMI Signal
3G HD SDI Signal
1920×1080p/50Hz,59.94Hz, 60Hz YUV422,1920×1080p @23.98Hz, 24Hz, 25Hz,29.94Hz,30Hz YUV444/YUV422/RGB444 and below.
Dual Swappable Battery Supply
Dual swappable battery support (never disconnected ) is really one good design for the maker outside.
The HS7T can be powered by two hot-swappable Sony L-Series batteries or via the 4-pin aviation input (DC 7.4~24V).