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FEELWORLD LUT6 6 Inch 2600nits HDR/3D LUT Touch Screen DSLR Camera Field Monitor with Waveform VectorScope Histogram 4K HDMI Input Output 1920X1080 IPS Panel
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- 【Visible in Sunlight】The high bright 2600nits screen is at almost 5 times the brightness of conventional field monitors, lets you shoot outdoors without reflections washing out your image. This makes it easy to see outdoors without a hood, making it easy for outdoor shooting in bright daylight!
- 【Touch Screen, Custom LUTs】You can increase or decrease the brightness and volume simply by swiping up or down, slip from the bottom of the screen to enter the shortcut menu, double click shortcut customize feature. Support load in 50 custom LUTs.
- 【Enjoy Sharper and Richer Colors Image】LUT6 display an HDR (high dynamic range) signal for incredible clarity and detail. It has 1920 x 1080 maximum resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio and sRGB / Rec.709 Color Gamut, enjoy sharper and richer colors image.
- 【Your Camera Best Friend】The monitor has 4K HDMI in and loop-out, which is an ideal partner for your camera. It built-in a fan, when the backlight brightness is greater than 80, the fan will turn on automatically, can dissipate heat.
- 【Package Include】1× Mini/ Micro HDMI to HDMI Cable, 1× Tilt Arm, 1× Manual【Note: battery not include】.【One year warranty】We are always do do our best to improve our product and better services, just feel free to contact us.
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The LUT6 enables clear and precise field monitoring and image analysis during daytime shoots. It displays your stills and monitoring content at superior color fidelity and 1920 x 1080 maximum resolution on a 6-inch display. The panel is made of optically bonded glass with an anti-reflective coating, which allows comfortable daytime field monitoring. But what really sets it apart is its light-emitting diode (LED) backlighting, which outputs a brightness of 2600 nits and displays a 1000:1 contrast ratio and sRGB / Rec.709 Color Gamut, resulting in exceptional screen clarity even in intense lighting conditions. With the monitor displaying your content at 368 pixels per inch (PPI), you can shoot in broad daylight with confidence and refine your content on the spot. The wide 160º viewing angle makes it easy for multiple members of the crew to watch it at the same time.
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1. Brightness. There’s no way this thing is close to 2600 nits and this is clearly false advertising. Pretty disappointed in this. Not necessarily the level but the blatant lie by Feelworld. I have an OSEE G7 monitor that’s 3000 nits and I have to turn it down 50% to match what this looks like out in full sun. Obviously something way off here. I also have an older Lilliput 7” monitor that’s 450nits and I have to turn down this Feelworld 50% to match it in full sun. This tells me this 6” monitor falls somewhere between 1000-1500nits. Way off and nowhere near 2600. I also had a SmallHD 7” Bright that was 1000nit and this reminds me of its level a little.
2. The touchscreen features to change backlight and sound levels do not work well at all. The main touchscreen functions work fine but I’m worried about the long term durability of the touchscreen because of this.
3. The HDMI ports are extremely hard to pull cables out of. I have a small rental business so I’m worried people would destroy HDMI cables because of this.
4. The L Bracket is worthless. Not sure why it’s included with the monitor.
Not sure I’m going to keep it but I might. It’s in true edge of proper visibility needed in full sun by 2020 standards but it is extremely cheap. We’ll see.