Jigsaw24 Code: G403AAM / Manufacturer Code: AVTXHD070
The AVtec XHD070 7" LCD On-Camera monitor is one of the best monitors of its kind. Thanks to AVtec's good price-quality ratio, many professional photographers and videographers choose for AVtec.... Read more
£222.00 inc VAT
The AVtec XHD070 7" LCD On-Camera monitor is one of the best monitors of its kind. Thanks to AVtec's good price-quality ratio, many professional photographers and videographers choose for AVtec.
The ultra-thin & lightweight AVtec XHD070 enables you to focus clearly on your shots and eliminate the guesswork from framing. It blows up your tiny built-in camera screen to a much larger display that enables easier viewing and won't strain your eyes. With brightness levels of 400 cd/m2, a 800:1 contrast ratio and 178 vertical and horizontal viewing angles this monitor is a useful tool when shooting video or stills, providing you with a larger image than your camera's built-in viewfinder or LCD screen. Connect it directly to any DSLR or HD/4K video through HDMI and monitor your shots in 1280x800 resolution on the 7" IPS LCD screen. It supports both NTSC and PAL compatible signals.
Thanks to the image measurement functions like Focus Assist, Center Marker, Safe Frame, Check Field, Camera Mode, Aspect Ratio, Image Flip, Pixel- to-Pixel and Image Freeze you will be able to analyze the image. These 9 functions in total are assignable across four function buttons on the front panel.
The monitor also features an on-screen multilingual menu where you can adjust brightness, contrast, hue, saturation etc., to fine-tune your display. The default aspect ratio is 16:9 but you can easily switch to 4:3, Panorama or Automatic in the menu. For audio monitoring, the XHD070 features a built-in speaker on the rear and a headphone output on the front panel.
The monitor comes with three interchangeable battery brackets for Canon LP-E6, Sony NP-F & BP-U batteries. Don't be afraid losing the bracket or being disconnected from the monitor, 4 screws keep the bracket and battery in place.
Do you prefer using a AC/DC adapter? No problem! The monitor standard comes with a power adapter supplied with 4 interchangeable plugs for international use in the US, UK, Europe, and Australia / New Zealand. The monitor is provided with a foldable sun hood and sun hood attachment to protect against glare from any bothersome light source, including sunlight.
The XHD070 incorporates a 1/4"-20 threaded mounting hole and includes a ball head accessory that allows you to mount the monitor directly to your camera's hot/cold shoe. Also included is a 36" HDMI to HDMI Mini cable with a HDMI plug lock, valuable for using the AVtec XHD070 with camcorders, DSLRs and mirrorless cameras with Mini HDMI outputs.
Screen Type: LCD
Resolution: 1280 x 800
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