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The Lilliput 5D-ii Monitor 7'' with HDMI is built for the DSLR cinematographer. It has the highest contrast ratio of any Lilliput 7" monitor (800:1). This means that the 5D-ii provides the best colour definition of any of the Lilliput monitors. It is Lilliput's first monitor that includes features specifically for the pro-video market, including 1:1 pixel mapping and peaking effect. 5D-ii offers great quality and advanced functionality in affordable prices
The Four Advanced Functions:
Peaking - is the ability of a monitor to easily delineate which exact parts of the image are in focus and which are not.
The monitor will surround the areas that are in current focus with a red outline so as to help you refine this focus better, alter it as you require.
False colour - a tool that allows the cinematographer to gauge the exposure levels of the image easily and quickly.
The monitor takes the image from the camera and assigns false colouring to it, depending on how the image is exposed.
If the image is over exposed youﾒll likely see more red in the false colour view. while under exposed you are likely to see more dark blue in the false colour view.
Exposure zebras - are very much akin to the False Colour tool in so far as they are a gauge of the exposure level of the image in question.
If the image is approaching a level of over-exposure, the zebra lines will begin to appear on the monitor as a notifier.
Brightness histogram - offers graphical representation of the levels of brightness in the current image.
The unit displays this information as a graph, with the x-axis delineating the brightness, and the y-axis defining its intensity.
If you were to push a very dark image at the monitor, the histogram would show high intensity toward the left hand (dark) side of the graph.
If you were to push a bright picture at the monitor, youﾒd see a high intensity at the right hand (bright) side of the graph.
This allows for a quick shorthand way of defining exposure in the overall picture, helping you to strike the correct balance in your shots.