The Cine 7 monitor is a small lightweight portable on camera display that gives you accurate colour and picture quality. The screen size is 7 inches, which allows you to see your image clearly without having to wear glasses or contacts while shooting. This monitor comes with HDMI input and output so it can be used with any type of camera easily. The screen also has VGA input so you can connect multiple devices using one cable.
Small and lightweight, the Cine 7 Monitor is easy to use. It's small form factor makes mounting it a breeze, and because it doesn't require any batteries, you can take it anywhere. The HDMI output offers 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels), along with 1080p HD support for lower-resolution sources like Blu-ray players or gaming consoles.
A 7" LCD screen (~16:9 aspect ratio) with 1400x900 pixel resolution; 480i/576i SDI inputs
VGA analog RGB input (75 ohm BNC) or HDMI input (Type A connector); VGA analog RGB output via 3.5mm jack
SDI looping out available through HDMI port
The HDMI input can accept 1080p/60 4:4:4 full HD signals, and the HDMI output can output a video signal at 30 fps, with 60 Hz (for both NTSC and PAL) and at 24 Hz. You’ll need to use a 3G SDI input if you want to use this monitor as an external monitor for your DSLR or camcorder; otherwise, you can use it as a computer monitor if your laptop has two HDMI ports. The VGA inputs are useful for connecting older laptops or other devices that don't have HDMI ports. In addition to these standard inputs, there is also an HD15 connector for component video input from consumer devices such as gaming consoles or Blu-ray players.
You may be wondering why we included the 3G SDI loop out option; after all, most people probably don't have any equipment that would require this feature! But not everyone owns one of those fancy professional cameras...which brings us back around again!
The HDMI input can be used to connect the monitor to a computer or other device that has an HDMI output. The HDMI loop out allows you to send the signal from one monitor to another, so you can use multiple monitors in a row without having to attach them directly together. The 3G SDI inputs allow you to connect professional equipment like cameras and consoles (such as Blackmagic Design), while the 3G SDI loop out allows you to send an SDI signal from one monitor into another (for example: if your video camera has dual SDI outputs). Finally, there are VGA inputs for connecting older computers and components with analog ports such as phones or tablets.
The Cine 7 features a VGA input, which allows you to connect your computer or laptop for use with the monitor. This is especially useful if you want to use the Cine 7 as an external display for your gaming or editing needs, or if you're looking for a way to get more screen real estate from your computer without having to buy an entirely new setup.
The Cine 7 Monitor is equipped with 3G SDI input, 3G SDI loop out, HDMI input and output as well as VGA and component inputs. This allows you to connect any camera you may have into the monitor without any hassle whatsoever!
3G SDI loop out: Use this to connect a camera or other device that supports 3G HD-SDI connections. This makes it possible for you to use your monitor as a recording device, or use the looping feature to record on another device while you’re monitoring.
Before we dig into the details of the Cine 7’s component input, let’s talk about what component video is and how it differs from other types of video signals.
Component, or composite, is a term referring to any analog signal format that combines multiple channels of information within one cable. This can include audio and/or video data or both as well as control information for things like brightness, hue and saturation among others. The benefit of using this type of signal over HDMI or DVI is that you can achieve higher resolutions (480p vs 720p) with less noise compared with digital signals which must convert analog values back into a binary form before they can be displayed on your monitor screen.
The good news here is that if you have an older camera with a component input (or one with multiple inputs), it will work just fine in conjunction with Cine 7! However if your device only supports HDMI outputting 4K resolution then keep reading because there's more than meets
The Small On Camera Monitor from Cine 7 is a small, lightweight and easy-to-use HD monitor that can be mounted on any camera rig. It has a 7 inch screen and multiple inputs for HDMI, VGA and 3G SDI. With its small size, it's perfect for use with DSLR cameras or mirrorless compact system cameras such as Panasonic GH4 or Sony A7S II.
This monitor has an HDMI input so you can connect it to your camera or computer via an HDMI cable (provided). The monitor also provides an output that lets you view the footage from the connected device on another screen (example: a larger display). This feature makes it easy to review shots together with other people in post production like editors and colorists. Furthermore, there is a 3G SDI output which allows you to extend the distance between the unit itself and your camera thanks to this connection type's higher bandwidth than HDMI cables provide.
The Cine 7 Small On Camera Monitor features built-in speakers so no additional audio equipment needs to be purchased when adding this piece of kit onto your rig - however if more sound quality is required then headphones can connect easily via standard 3mm jack sockets located next to both sides of