10" Monitor Features
Our 10" monitors are available in two versions (both are very similar), having IPS screens which makes them sunlight readable.
There is a small difference.... (** Input on Analog does not have HDMI)
The Analog Monitor has AV1, AV2, and VGA (Analog Cameras use AV1 or AV2)
The HD Monitor has HDMI, , AV1, AV2 and VGA
10 inch SDI / HDMI / ANALOG IPS Sunlight Readable Monitor
Display Type 16:9
Native Resolution 1920x1200
Brightness 650 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio Typically1000:1,
Viewing Angle Horizontal 120/140°U/D/L/R
Input Video Format NTSC/PAL 480i/p,576i/p,720p,1080i/p
Monitor Dimensions 253*172*30mm
Weight (approximately) 550g
Features for 10 inch monitor
1. LED backlight IPS Sunlight Readable:
The product adopts LED back light, with a brightness 650 CD/m2 is the most comfortable degree for human eyes, and effectively guarantee the photographer work efficiency for a long time..
2. Multiple power supply support:
The product with Dc socket (5.5 * 2.1), could plug in 12V or professional AC100-240 / DC12V power adapter.
3. Various Signal source supported:
HDMI, VGA, USB, Composite.
NOTE: ANALOG Monitor does not have HDMI
4. USB interface - Allows instant playback of USB recordings in the field. No need to have a computer for viewing recordings
5. Contrast Ratio Typically 1000:1 :
High contrast make the monitor show a more rich image layers than the ordinary monitor, which will appear dark grey in showing pure black image.
6. Precise color:
Before assembly line, the monitor has already passes through the strict color and scale calibration, to make sure the accurate image restoration, allowing you to easily capture more accurate image.
7. Sun shield:
(optional) removable sun shield for better viewing experience.
Surface Console & Monitor Installations - Seaviewer Cameras Inc. reserves the right to configure the monitor in a surface console using the most reliable setup based on additional accessories ordered. Specifically we may include additional hardware (at no charge), to convert the SDI signal to HDMI.