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Tvlogic F-7H monitor rental. New sharp 7 "full HD Tvlogic monitor. The F-7H is a 7-inch field production monitor with Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution with 3600 nit ultra-high luminance. The F-7H provides conversion cross-over SDI <-> HDMI with 1 SDI input, 1 SDI output, 1 HDMI input and 1 HDMI output interface. Also supports all professional functions such as waveform and vectorscope, audio level meters, focus assist , range error, timecode display, various manufacturers and aspect ratio, 3D LUT import, camera records and HDR emulation, including HDR EOTF by PQ, HLG SLog3.

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Tvlogic F-7H rental. A true HDR monitor that employs a special display panel with high dynamic range and a wide color gamut, as well as being calibrated for PQ and HLG.

The Tvlogic F-7H monitor applies the LUT to the output register signal. One LUT has been included for each of the major camera manufacturers (LOG-C, C-LOG, S-LOG 1,2,3 and RED Gamma 3,4). The Tvlogic F-7H monitor offers the possibility to load your creation 3D-LUT files in NLE software such as Davinci Resolve via USB flash memory and display your LUT in VFM-055A or F-7H. Once you sync the LUTs to the monitor, you can easily change them during production.

alquiler-tvlogic-f7hThe Tvlogic F-7H monitor supports various formats and resolutions that are ideal for anamorphic lenses and aspect ratios. When shooting anamorphic, the image you are monitoring is an "uncompressed" preview of what is actually being recorded. Also, the F-7H monitor takes the metadata from the ARRI ALEXA that it receives through the camera's SDI outputs and displays it on the monitor.


The F-7H monitor displays various types of aspect ratios on the screen. A wide range of markers and security areas are available with selection of line color and curtain transparency. A user marker is available if any of the standard markers meet your requirements.

Another function displayed by the F-7H monitor is the level of the built-in sound signal along with the video signal input through the terminal, such as SDI or HDMI.


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