Hollyland Releases the Mars M1 Enhanced 5.5" Transceiver Monitor

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Hollyland Releases the Mars M1 Enhanced 5.5" Transceiver Monitor

Add high-quality wireless video transmission to your production with Hollyland’s new Mars M1 Enhanced 5.5" Wireless Transceiver Monitor or set of two monitors. This versatile all-in-one unit can be used as a transmitter or receiver and is compatible with Mars 4K, 300 Pro, and 400 Pro components. The HollyView iOS/Android app enables you to monitor your M1 workflow using your smartphone or tablet.

Mars M1 Enhanced 5.5" Wireless Transceiver Monitor
Mars M1 Enhanced 5.5" Wireless Transceiver Monitor

The Mars M1 Enhanced 5.5" touchscreen shines with 1000 cd/m² brightness and 1000:1 contrast. Pro color calibration in the Rec. 709 color gamut ensures excellent color rendition; video input/output is supported at resolutions up to DCI 4K30 via HDMI and 1080p60 via SDI(BNC) and wireless video output is supported up to 1080p60. The Mars M1 Enhanced offers an impressive line-of-sight transmission range of up to 450' with less than one second latency.

To ensure interference-free transmission, the Mars M1 Enhanced features a smart channel-scan function that determines which channels are currently available. A new record and playback function enables you to capture up to two minutes of video for review (video is not exported). Features like waveform, vectorscope, anamorphic de-squeeze, frame marks, shading, and more are part of the Mars M1 Enhanced’s comprehensive suite of advanced monitoring tools. Powered by the HollyOS operating system, these tools enable you to fine-tune every shot according to your preferences. A built-in fan with auto and mute modes and a trio of DC, L-series type battery, and D-tap power input options further enhance the Mars M1 Enhanced performance.

For more information about the new wireless video monitor/transceiver, including additional features, specs, and highlights, be sure to check out the detailed product page for the Hollyland Mars M1 Enhanced 5.5" Wireless Transceiver Monitor. Or drop us a line below, and we’ll do our best to reply to your comments and questions.

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