On Camera Monitors

by Jordan Gallant ·Posted 09/09/2022
Hollyland is taking modular transmission system configurations to a whole new level with its newest additions to the Mars product line: the Mars M1 and the Mars 4K. The Mars M1 is an ultra-flexible transceiver monitor that can be utilized as a wireless transmitter, wireless receiver, or as an on-set monitoring screen. The Mars 4K Wireless Video
by Mary Latvis ·Posted 06/21/2022
B&H is pleased to announce not just one, but two new wireless video monitors from Vaxis: the Atom A5 and the Storm CINE 8.  Aimed at indie productions and solo content creators, the versatile 5.5" Atom A5 monitor has a built-in capability to function as either a wireless
by Steven Gladstone ·Posted 03/24/2020
Entry level, starter kit, beginner. The words evoke the idea of something inexpensive that you start with and grow out of quickly. But it doesn’t have to be that way. When I’m looking at an accessory, I look for what I need now, and what I may need a couple of years from now. I’m looking for room to grow, because what is the point of getting something now, if I’m going to have to pay more to buy a new version next year? Audio A good mic is important, especially when you are doing everything yourself without a sound recordist. The
by Jennifer Hahn ·Posted 04/04/2019
Get ready for the new generation of on-camera field monitors, with release of the Atomos Shogun 7 HDR recording and switching monitor. The 7" Shogun 7 monitor now features a 1080p native resolution, can switch between four live HD-SDI input streams with editing on the fly, and it can also play Dolby Vision HDR quality video over its HDMI or SDI outputs. The Shogun 7 retains the same solid features of the Shogun Inferno with a large 7.2
by Steven Gladstone ·Posted 04/07/2018
Here at B&H Photo, we are pleased to share news of SmallHD's new 5" OLED FOCUS On-Camera monitor and the SDI version of the IPS LCD 5" FOCUS Monitor, along with new kits for both new monitors and the original
by BH Online Videos ·Posted 04/25/2017
2017 is a big year for monitors and recorders at NAB, with new models introduced by Atomos, ikan, Marshall Electronics, SmallHD, and Transvideo, covering between them applications from compact on-camera to full-size HDR.
by David Adler ·Posted 08/22/2016
Our SuperStore now proudly carries Bon professional production monitors. Built for on-set life, Bon monitors sport sturdy metal housings, versatile input options, and screen sizes ranging from 5" all the way to 55". Need a monitor for on-camera field work? How about broadcast studio monitoring? Chances are there’s a Bon monitor to fit your needs.
by Steven Gladstone ·Posted 03/21/2016
Atomos announces two 7" on-camera monitors/recorders that feature HDR, 10-bit panels, and 1500 nit brightness: the Shogun Flame and Ninja Flame. Improving on the field-tested Shogun and Ninja Assassin, while retaining their familiar form factor, interface, and recording capabilities, the
by Justin Dise ·Posted 12/28/2015
Since its introduction at the tail end of 2012, the SmallHD AC7 OLED monitor has become a perennial favorite among many directors, cinematographers, and camera assistants, due to its sleek design, durability, and well-regarded focus-assist features. Perhaps the most notable feature is its 7.7", 1280 x 800 8-bit OLED panel that delivers true blacks and a wide color gamut, resulting in more natural-looking images than traditional LCD panels. In fact, the AC7 was one of
by Rebecca Melville ·Posted 11/01/2022
As compact technology improves at a blistering pace, today's cameras must strike the delicate balance of being small while still being able to do it all. Nothing exemplifies this more than the LCD screen, a key component of the camera where size has a direct impact on usefulness. Even the most attentive creator can miss a mistake when reviewing footage on a tiny LCD screen, which is why an external camera screen, also referred to as on camera monitors, are a vital
by Marc Spiwak ·Posted 03/16/2011
  The monitors built into digital cameras and camcorders have been improved dramatically. Some are now more than three inches in size. But that’s still too small for most professionals, so they use camera-top field monitors to judge the quality of high-resolution digital stills and HD video. The Marshall V-LCD70XP-HDMIPT is a 7-inch field monitor loaded with new features such as HDMI Loop-Through and DSLR Ratio Adjustment. Made in the USA, the Marshall V-LCD70XP-HDMIPT monitor offers more than four times the screen space of a 3-inch display,