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The Lilliput 569 Monitor with HDMI & YPbPr Input is a mini but mighty 5" monitor packed full of features that is the perfect compliment to a DSLR rig.
Lilliput's 569 is a highly compact 5" monitor at a 16:9 aspect ratio. The high resolution 5" LCD display shows bright, clear images - making it an ideal monitor for the discerning DSLR user.
The 569 features a native 800 x 480 panel, with intelligent upscaling when receiving higher resolution HDMI signals - meaning that you can display 1920 x 1080 resolution imagery on a super small screen. This high resolution gives an extremely detailed image - leading to greater options in the post-production environment making it a solid, reliable portable tool.
The 569 features a high 600:1 contrast ratio panel, which facilitates the onscreen image to be a more vibrant, more accurate rendition of what the camera sensor sees
With its 400 cd/m2 backlight, the 569 produces the brightest and clearest of pictures. Screen content remains consistent and clear when the 569 is used under sunlight - and the inclusive sun hood provides additional shade and clarity.
The Lilliput 569 features peaking and focus assist tools as standard to enable you to take the best looking shots first time, every time. With Peaking, brightness histograms, false colour and exposure zebras your pictures will look pin sharp.
Most DSLR cameras feature HDMI output, however some models of production camera also output via component and / or composite video. Both of these types are included by connection through a BNC input, opening up the monitor for use with a large variety of professional and domestic equipment.
Some DSLR cameras feature a single HDMI output, while their workflow requires more than this - meaning that you'd need a splitter to link to more than one monitor or recorder. The 569 can be daisy-chained from its built in HDMI out port to any other HDMI device - opening massive modular flexibility to your system.