SmallHD 702 Lite Monitor Hire

The SmallHD 702 Lite Monitor has been replaced with the SmallHD 702 Directors monitor kit.

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Description

SmallHD’s 702 Lite 7″ SDI and HDMI On-Camera Monitor is a rugged and versatile video monitoring solution. Designed for use in the field and in the studio, the 702 Lite is constructed from aluminium and is covered in a rubberised textured finish for a sure grip. With its 450 cd/m², 1200×800 LED-backlit LCD screen, the 702 Lite is designed for monitoring HD video sources. Connectivity-wise, the 702 Lite has SDI and HDMI I/O for connecting to video sources and other downstream equipment. HDMI to SDI and vice-versa cross conversion can be performed on-board for compatibility across consumer and professional platforms. For power, either Canon LP-E6 or Sony L-series batteries can be used, without switching plates.

Features

Page Builder Interface
The highlight feature of the 702 Lite monitor is its Page Builder interface. Using customizable “pages” you can easily transition between different monitoring options with different settings. You can easily see the effect of your configurations on the image, swiping between pages using the joystick.
Focus Assist
Offering peaking and joystick zoom, the 702 Lite monitor makes pulling focus easier. Using the joystick, you can control the degree of zoom as well as move the zoomed-in area with a single finger.
Exposure Assist
To aid in achieving proper exposure, the 702 Lite has built-in tools including waveform, false-color, and zebras. All of these functions can be assigned to various pages for ease-of-access.
LUT Preview
If you are shooting using one of the various log profiles, you can monitor a LUT-adjusted image by importing the desired LUT to the monitor using an SD card. Like other settings, LUTs can also be assigned to their own pages. LUTs can also be sent downstream via the monitor’s outputs for viewing by directors, clients, etc.