The Transvideo CineMonitorHD12 SB RF-Ready Field Monitor is a 12″ field monitor that can be powered using Anton Bauer-compatible batteries or other 11 to 36V DC sources. It is RF-ready, meaning it can be used with the Transvideo TitanHD Tx wireless transmitter.
The CineMonitorHD12 SB monitor ships precalibraded following the D65 ITU-R BT.709-5 and D56 specifications. It features a 4:3, XGA resolution panel that includes two zones. A 16:9, 1024 x 576 resolution picture zone above and a data zone below. The data zone can be used to display may types of useful data, including lens metadata, waveforms, histograms, SDI-embedded audio levels and more. It also features overlays including user-definable makers, focus peaking, timecode, mattes, and OSD tally.
The monitor supports standard definition PAL and NTSC signals as well as 720p, 1080i and 1080p. It features an HD-SDI/SD-SDI input with reclocked loop through, and HDMI input on a mini type C connector, a dedicated composite input with loop through, and an analog combo jack on an 8-pin Lemo connector for component, RGB, and composite. The screen adapts to non native aspect rations; the aspect ratios it supports are: 1.33:1, 1.78:1, 2.40:1 and 3.20:1. In addition, framelines can be used to “safe-in” secondary aspect ratio in cases were multiple deliver formats are anticipated.
LensReader for /i and LDS lenses and Cine Tape
Displays metadata from /i and LDS lenses as virtual scales the below the video image. Scales include: focus with depth of field and hyperfocal point, iris, zoom (if any). LensReader is compatible with: Cooke 5/i, S4/i, and mini S4/i; Arri/Zeiss MasterPrime and UltraPrime LDS; Arri/Fujinon Alura lightweight zooms; and Fujinon Cabrio series
When a Cine Tape is connected to the monitor, measured distance is displayed on the focus ring
The monitor offer two waveform modes:
Sweep Mode: Shows a line representation of the picture in two sub-modes: In Line Mode, showing the Y, R, G or B component of the signal; in Parade Mode, showing RGB, GBR, YRGB, or YPrPb. Sweep Mode can display frame, twelve lines, or one specific line waveforms. In addition, the waveform can also be displayed as overlay above the video image
Frame Mode: Shows a frame representation of the Y component of the signal