SmallHD Unveils Professional Seven-Inch Wide-Gamut Monitor

SmallHD has announced the 702 Touch, a professional seven-inch 1920 x 1200 monitor. Its has a daylight viewable 1,500 nit panel and 100 percent DCI-P3 color gamut.

SmallHD said the monitor is integrated with Teradek RT. Connect a CTRL.1 or CTRL.3 controller to the monitor for real-time lens data overlays, which show follow focus information on the screen, including lens focal distance, focal length, iris and zoom.

The 702 Touch’s signal and power options allow the on-camera monitor to fit into any workflow. With ports well protected by the space gray aluminum chassis, the 702 Touch offers 2x 3G-SDI inputs, a 3G-SDI output, an HDMI input/output and 4x mounting points.

Wide-range DC input (10-34V, 2A) allows for system power, while several battery brackets (Sony L Series included - Gold Mount and V-Mount available separately) provide further flexibility.

The monitor’s capacitive touch touchscreen, which supports five simultaneous touches, controls the monitor’s SmallHD OS3 software and PageBuilder interface.

The OS3 toolset provides on-screen functions, including customizable HD waveform, vectorscope, false color, focus assist/peaking, anamorphic de-squeeze, framing guides and storage of unlimited 3D LUTs via SD card.

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