New from Feelworld is the F570 on-camera monitor. The monitor looks very portable, measuring out to be just 5.7 inches Plus, it offers 4K HDMI monitoring.
As said above, the entire monitor is just 5.7 inches. To put that into perspective, that is about the size of your phone. So if you want to bring this monitor with you to the field, you could literally carry it in your pocket. It’s 18.6mm thickness and 280g weight also help to make it a viable portable monitor.
The Feelworld F570 offers a high contrast of 1400:1, an aspect ratio of 16:9, brightness of 460cd/m², and a FHD resolution of 1920 x 1080. Plus, it also has a 170-degree viewing angle, allowing multiple crew members to watch the screen at the same time.
The monitor uses the Rec.709 HD color standard with color calibration tech.
“ … it can achieve monitor calibration efficiently and get accurate color reproduction easily,” says Feelworld.
With support for ITU standards and HD video Rec.709 standard consistent color space, advanced image processing tech, the F570 should display natural and accurate color.
Focus and exposure tools
Focus peaking indicators can be displayed as red, green or blue overlays. They indicate which parts of the image are in focus. That is very helpful when trying to focus on or keep focus on a subject. The false color tool should also make it easier to properly set exposure. The false color tool highlights specific color ranges of luminance with a solid color overlay.
Plugs into 4K cameras
Feelworld has equipped the F570 with 4K HDMI input and output, so you can connect the monitor to numerous 4K cameras. Additionally you can monitor audio using the monitor’s 3.5mm stereo headphone jack.
There’s a 12V DC input on the side and space for a battery plate on the back of the monitor. When it’s connected to the 12V DC input, you will get continuous power. However, you can also choose to run on battery power instead.
Pricing and availability
The Feelworld F570 is out now for $180.
You can learn more about the Feelworld F570 5.7″ 4K on-camera monitor at Feelworld’s website.
Image courtesy FEELWORLD