Dp7pro high bright
Posted 13 July 2012 - 01:52 PM
An sd card. Forget about that atomos samurai, ki pro mini, or pix 240. My reel doesnt need a 220mgbit file.
It cross converts almost every input output you can put into it. Forget the external cross convertor box. Just look at the website. Smallhd.com. Its also 720p resolution. Sharp as a tac.
There are so many things this monitor is good for. And its $2699.00. If i can see the image outside Im in.
Posted 13 July 2012 - 02:32 PM
As far as day light view-ability is concerned it sounds like it's lacking in that department, both screen options.
"Daylight Viewable (1000 nit) 1280 x 800 LCD with Replaceable Anti-Reflective Polycarbonate Screen Protector ...OR...
1280 x 800 OLED (250 nit) display with Gorilla Glass Touch Screen Overlay" (from SmallHD's website)
I don't think it'll be taking the cake anytime soon, however, it's at a decent price point and definitely a contender we should include in the next monitor shoot out if we can get our hands on one.
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Posted 01 November 2012 - 10:39 PM
What is the minimum brightness a monitor needs to be viewable in direct sunlight?
This is really a loaded question, since there are many opinions. A 500 nit transflective screen may be sunlight viewable under the right circumstances. Other screens claim to be sunlight viewable at 800 nits. In the end it all comes down to contrast. The greater the contrast, and the greater the difference between ambient light, the better the view-ability is. A 800 nit screen may be sunlight viewable, but you will have very poor contrast between the bright objects and the dark ones. Things get better in the 1000-1200 nit range, and even better at 1500. Since contrast plays such a big part, starting with a screen that has good contrast, and then making some contrast enhancements make it better. Also if you can knock down the light entering the screen, diminishing the contrast, then you make the screen more viewable. This is why we optically bond our monitors, since it reduces the reflections between the lcd and the protective glass, and increases the contrast.
Posted 05 November 2012 - 03:18 PM
Posted 05 November 2012 - 08:43 PM
I also have one reserved, bummer it's getting pushed back till Q1
Yes, there has been a delay from the manufacturer of this panel. We will be integrating the same panel into our monitors as well. Of course we will do our normal tweaks to improve the brightness and viewability.
Posted 11 June 2013 - 09:13 PM
Posted 12 June 2013 - 09:24 AM
Can't wait to test it out.