TVLogic VFM-058W 5.5" LCD Monitor with Ultralight Mount

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  • TVLogic VFM-058W 5.5" LCD Monitor FT#26363
  • Ultralight Control Systems 8" Video Monitor Mount FT#6154

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    TVLogic VFM-058W 5.5" LCD Monitor

    The TVLogic VFM-058W 5.5" LCD Monitor is a lightweight viewfinder monitor that offers outstanding picture quality with a 5.5” LCD screen, and Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080. The innovative and ergonomic design of the VFM-058W makes it a comfortable fit in any shooting environment while its lightweight, solid-magnesium case achieves the highest efficiency of ventilation. The VFM-058W supports multi-formats including 3G/HD/SD-SDI and HDMI that offers a wide application range from DSLR cameras to Pro camcorder for broadcasting and movie shooting. The VFM-058W has various features such as Max Brightness function, Temperature Adaptive Color, HDMI-to-SDI conversion output, 1:1 pixel mode, Luma(Y’) Zone Check function, DSLR Scale, Waveform, Vectorscope, Range Error, Focus Assist, Markers, Audio Level Meter with speaker and time code display.

    Ultralight Control Systems 8" Video Monitor Mount

    Ultralight Control Systems is the new contender in video monitor rigging systems. Originally designed to hold underwater strobe lights to camera housings, these hard anodized and machined aluminum components exceed the quality demands of the motion picture industry. This On-Board Video Monitor Mount starts with a ball joint with 3/8-16 threaded spud. In this case we've attached it to a Niner Accessory Block (not included) that goes into the square hole of an Arri III handle. The lower ball joint is coupled to the 8" arm at both ends with two Ultralight Clamps, and the upper ball joint, which threads into the monitor, has a 1/4-20 threaded spud. Total weight is only .65 pound, the exact weight of our standard Israeli Arm. You can order this as an assembled kit below, or choose the components ala carte for your particular application. If you ever used Tinker Toys or had an Erector Set as a child, choosing the components should be a no brainer.

TVLogic VFM-058W 5.5" LCD Monitor

The TVLogic VFM-058W 5.5" LCD Monitor is a lightweight viewfinder monitor that offers outstanding picture quality with a 5.5” LCD screen, and Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080. The innovative and ergonomic design of the VFM-058W makes it a comfortable fit in any shooting environment while its lightweight, solid-magnesium case achieves the highest efficiency of ventilation. The VFM-058W supports multi-formats including 3G/HD/SD-SDI and HDMI that offers a wide application range from DSLR cameras to Pro camcorder for broadcasting and movie shooting. The VFM-058W has various features such as Max Brightness function, Temperature Adaptive Color, HDMI-to-SDI conversion output, 1:1 pixel mode, Luma(Y’) Zone Check function, DSLR Scale, Waveform, Vectorscope, Range Error, Focus Assist, Markers, Audio Level Meter with speaker and time code display.

Ultralight Control Systems 8" Video Monitor Mount

Ultralight Control Systems is the new contender in video monitor rigging systems. Originally designed to hold underwater strobe lights to camera housings, these hard anodized and machined aluminum components exceed the quality demands of the motion picture industry. This On-Board Video Monitor Mount starts with a ball joint with 3/8-16 threaded spud. In this case we've attached it to a Niner Accessory Block (not included) that goes into the square hole of an Arri III handle. The lower ball joint is coupled to the 8" arm at both ends with two Ultralight Clamps, and the upper ball joint, which threads into the monitor, has a 1/4-20 threaded spud. Total weight is only .65 pound, the exact weight of our standard Israeli Arm. You can order this as an assembled kit below, or choose the components ala carte for your particular application. If you ever used Tinker Toys or had an Erector Set as a child, choosing the components should be a no brainer.