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Marshall Electronics V-LCD70-AFHD 7" LCD On-Camera Monitor

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  • 7" 1024 x 600 3G-SDI & HDMI Monitor
  • 500 Nit Brightness
  • 700:1 Contrast Ratio
  • Color Peaking
  • False color
  • Screen Markers

The Marshall Electronics V-LCD70-AFHD 7" LCD On-Camera Monitor was designed for videographers who want the option between the HD, 3G, and analog formats for a versatile setup.

The V-LCD70-AFHD includes a wide range of professional features including multiple inputs, Picture-in-Picture, Image Flip, Screen Markers, Peaking Filter, False Color and Zebra filters. The screen is a bright 500 cd/m² ith a 700:1 contrast ratio. The menu is fully accessible from the front of the monitor, where adjustments can be made to color, exposure, picture orientation, or the aspect ratio of the image can be adjusted from full screen to 4:3, 14:9 and 16:9.


  • Multiple inputs including HDMI, 3GSDI, Component and Composite
  • Three color tally (Red, Yellow, Green)
  • 1/4-inch mounting on 4 sides plus VESA mount
  • Light weight for comfortable camera top use
  • Audio level display from HDMI or SDI inputs
  • On-screen framing marks
  • 4-pin XLR for ENG power supplies
  • Power adapter included
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  • Marshall Electronics V-LCD70-AFHD 7" LCD On-Camera Monitor
  • 12V, 1.5A XLR Power Supply
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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Screen Size 7.0" diagonal
Resolution 1024 x 600
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Active Area 153.6 x 90mm
Type LCD Panel
Brightness 500 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio 700:1
Color Gamut YUV
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