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I was looking for matching viewfinder loupe but I couldn't find cheap 3.5" loupe. There are easily available 3" ones which might be ok but portion of the screen is going to be cut out.

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I got my Lilliput A5 last week, used it on a quick gig the next day with my A7iii. I'm satisfied with it, happy even, considering the price. I like the size, resolution and super low weight. The butto

I got the A5 in a rush (after finding last minute that the Ninja 2 does not work with the NX1), and have been shooting with it every day for the past two weeks. I'm pretty happy with it. Regarding the

I'd be concerned about latency with some of these recorders, the cheap ones can be pretty bad. No help for pulling focus if it's lagging too much. Clearly an important point for research before buying

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4 hours ago, Coiii said:

Sorry for the bump, but anyone knows if the Lilliput A5 it's compatible with the Blackmagic Pocket 4K at 4K 60fps? I cant find any info and I need a small monitor for my Ronin S :(

The camera will output a 1080p video through the HDMI, so I guess as long as the monitor can take 1080p60, you'll be fine.

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23 minutes ago, Thpriest said:

Anyone tried the Swit 55c? How does it compare to these other options?

I have it. It's pretty good, works great for me. I had some issues in the beginning (the HDMI cable in the box was shit, and I got a dead pixel straight away) but now I use it on almost every shoot I do and I didn't see any issues. The 3DLUT support alone is worth the extra money over other monitors, and the way the OS is set up combined with using a joystick makes for a really great experience overall


Let me know if you have any questions about it. 

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3 minutes ago, Adam Kuźniar said:

I have it. It's pretty good, works great for me. I had some issues in the beginning (the HDMI cable in the box was shit, and I got a dead pixel straight away) but now I use it on almost every shoot I do and I didn't see any issues. The 3DLUT support alone is worth the extra money over other monitors, and the way the OS is set up combined with using a joystick makes for a really great experience overall


Let me know if you have any questions about it. 

great. how does it perform in bright daylight? I'm really just looking for a monitor for focussing and checking exposure.

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On 3/29/2019 at 3:53 PM, Thpriest said:

great. how does it perform in bright daylight? I'm really just looking for a monitor for focussing and checking exposure.

Eh it's average. If it's overcast then it's easily viewable, but in bright daylight sun blasting situation you need the sunhood and even with it, it's quite hard to see. I mean it's just 450 nits, a little more than my phone. For daylight I'd say you need at least 800 nits.

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