The Transvideo 6″ CineMonitor Evolution HD Video Monitor supports all analog SD/HD video signals. By making use of Transvideo’s proprietary processor, the Evolution monitor delivers images that are clear and without any blur. The 6″ CineMonitor also uses RealFrameRate processing to make sure that fast-moving images appear crystal clear and are not marred by ghosting.
Using the SuperBright technology, the HD video monitor guarantees that the screen is bright enough to be legible in almost any condition, thereby ensuring excellent viewability outdoors and/or under direct sunlight. The CineMonitor comes with a built-in tally light that lets you know when the feed being displayed on the monitor is the “main program” at that moment. Given the Transvideo 6″ monitor’s low latency (less than one frame), you can be rest assured of seamless continuous playback.
The Transvideo 6″ CineMonitor HD Video Monitor supports multiple aspect ratios (16:9, 4:3, and anamorphic), and you can easily switch among the aspect ratios readily even when a feed is being displayed. The HD video monitor can also display waveform, vector, and histogram scopes, and can automatically reverse and correct any horizontal or vertical flips in the display (thereby saving you the trouble from having to do so manually). The HD video monitor also supports zooming, and D68-D65 manual color calibration.
Safe area markers allow you to ensure that the feed and adjustments being made thereof do not effect TV viewability. Further, the HD Video Monitor comes with adjustable gamma that lets you make easy corrections to the feed being displayed from the monitor itself.
The 6″ CineMonitor Evolution HD Video Monitor has optional enhancements – HD Frameline (which can be used to generate 3 colored framelines with or without the center cross), HD Virtual Horizon (which can be used to add a color-coded electronic bubble with several representations; the sensor is already built into the monitor), Advanced Measurement Tools (which can be used to add an RGB waveform with individual representation [parade mode], vectorscope, and histogram), and 3D View (which can be used to correlate feeds from two synchronous HD cameras).