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SMALLHD 702 LITE FIELD MONITOR DRIVER
The handling of interlaced signals also causes judder while panning. Yes, that's with the f7s. I have not tested with another camera.
It's easy to verify because the 5D mkIII can be set to output either interlaced or progressive and when set to progressive it looks fine. I wonder if a firmware update to the monitor could fix that, or if it would require a hardware change. Sure seems like a great monitor, otherwise.
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David Williams So they are basically running the same frequency. This is a progressive signal, but fed out in two halves like an interlaced signal. Rather like telecined film. This allows keeps progressive capture compatible with conventional broadcasts. The image data is identical to 'P', it is a SmallHD 702 Lite Field Monitor of the order in which it is fed out.
Monitors will see it as an interlaced signal. Each frame is made up of two interlaced fields, captured one after the other.
Because each field is captured separately, the framerate these days tends to be referred to by the field rate hence 50i, It sounds as though the is not keen on 'i', but from what has been described in this thread may also currently have trouble with 'PsF' which is not great considering how common it is. What is the SmallHD 702 Lite Field Monitor like and how easy is it to make changes?
In my opinion, any piece of filmmaking equipment needs to be simple and easy to use, and this certainly applies to field monitors. The menu system of the VS-5X is a little clunky and annoying to use. On the side of the unit, there are only three buttons.
There you use a combination of all three buttons to make changes. I often found myself pressing the wrong button and in my personal opinion, it takes too long to make changes.
However, my problem with this is that there are only three function SmallHD 702 Lite Field Monitor. This would have been a far more intuitive and easy to use system in my opinion. One thing I do like on the VS-5X is being able to see on the screen exactly what the function buttons are assigned to, without having to try and remember. This means you are locked into seeing an image in the middle of your frame.
To be fair, nor should it. While there is nothing wrong with the image, there is nothing that special either. In its default configuration, despite the The saturation, at least in the default mode it comes set at, also looks to be a little low.
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The good news is that the colours being displayed look fairly accurate to my eye. I found that once I played around with the settings and dialled in a little more contrast and saturation then it looked a bit better.
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This especially applies when you are using the 3x or 5x image zoom function. At 5x magnification the image is still nice and crisp and this certainly helps with nailing focus when using faster lenses. Cameras come and go; SmallHD on-camera monitors are built to last. Housed in a milled aluminum frame with a rubberized coating, the Lite has durability. SmallHD 702 Lite Field Monitor HD On-Camera Monitor: 7-inch diagonal, x LCD, with real-time 3D ness: nits.