Lilliput FS7 7inch 4K HDMI/3G-SDI Monitor
The Lilliput FS7 monitor is a 7″ widescreen monitor with 4K HDMI 1.4 input with loop through, and SDI input / output loop through. Housed in a solid metal frame, and with a plethora of additional framing features / options, it gives you superior control over your workflow whether in the field or in the studio.
4K HDMI & 3G-SDI Input & Loop Through
The Lilliput FS7 Features both 4K inputs at 4096 x 2160p @24p and 3840 x 2160p @ 23, 24, 25, 29, and 30Hz. The SDI input and standard HDMi input operate at up to 1920 x 1080p @60Hz frequencies, making for a wide variation of input specs.
7″ Panel with 16:10 Aspect Ratio
The Lilliput FS7 features our first full HD native panel, clocking in at 1920 x 1200. Much improved over its predecessors, this high resolution will give you the clearest view of your images without the need for down sampling or interpolation
Metal Outer Body for Added Durability
The FS7 has a lightweight metal housing – designed to take the roughest of knocks while at the same time being both light and portable. The unit weighs in at 320g, with an overall thickness of 22mm – far thinner and lighter than many other comparable models. Invaluable for use in the field, or in a tough-and-tumble environment.
Assisted Monitoring Functionality
The FS7 has a plenitude of advanced functions to assist with your shooting. Namely – Timecodes, Columnar YRGB, Pixel Zoom Function, Vector Scopes, Waveforms, Audio Level Meters, Peaking, False Colour, Histograms, Exposures, Check Fields, Color Bars, Pixel to Pixel, and Image flips. A host of functions for a multi faceted monitoring solution.
Sony F-970 Battery Compatible (Plate Supplied)
We supply the monitor with a battery plate system compatible with the Sony F-970 type battery (or compatibles). The batteries are sold separately, however a standard 6600mAh battery will last for around 2-3 hours on a single charge – making it an ideal and portable option for your camera needs.
1/4″ BSW Mountable Unit (Shoe Mount Supplied)
There are two options for mounting this monitor – the most common is the Shoe Mount adaptor which screws into a 1/4″ BSW threaded hole at the bottom of the monitor and then clips into the shoe mount on top of your camera. Alternatively, you can use the VESA 75 mounting hole set in the back to attach the monitor to a sturdier mount if needed