SmallHD DP7-PRO line gets color accurate

September 4th, 2013
SmallHD DP7-PRO line gets color accurate

The SmallHD DP7-PRO now supports color standards REC 709 and DCI-P3, offering accurate color reference monitoring in small 7″ form.

SmallHD rec709

 

SmallHD DCI-P3

The DP7-PRO, SmallHD’s latest monitor is an impressive package.  It offers a 7″ screen in a variety of LCD and OLED panels, including a High Bright (HB) model suited for outdoor shooting.

Every panel offers 1280X800 resolution, 8 bit color depth and 80º viewing angle. HDMI and optional SDI in/out.  The OLED panels offer 10,000:1 contrast ratio, whilst the LCDs offer 800:1. The monitor is 7.3in x 5.1in x .9in in dimension, and weighs 1.2lbs.

I’m a DP6 user (previous model), and love my monitor. The 7″ upgrade has put me off a little (it’s quite large for DSLR work). However the accurate color space is vital in a professional workflow. It’s taken time tweaking my DP6 and learning how what I see on the panel relates to what I see in the edit.

For more information on the DP7-PRO, including purchase visit the SmallHD website.

Advertisement

4
Leave a Reply

avatar
3 Comment threads
1 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
4 Comment authors
RobDaniel CurtisMaciej MazurekTom C Recent comment authors
Filter:
all
Sort by:
most voted
Tom C
Tom C
GuestSeptember 5th, 2013

wow and only $2699?. f*ck off

Daniel Curtis
Daniel Curtis
GuestSeptember 11th, 2013

This is actually very reasonable for a portable monitor with 97% DCI-P3 gamut. Obviously it’s not meant for amateures or casual videographers shooting the odd music video. It’s professional equipment and priced accordingly.

Maciej Mazurek
Maciej Mazurek
GuestSeptember 6th, 2013

The only thing which worries me is the viewing angles- only 80 degrees? How did they measured this? Competition is faaar better (on the paper at least). Can you comment on that?

Rob Smith
Rob Smith
MemberSeptember 14th, 2013

The OLED monitors are quite a bit bigger than the IPS ones. I wonder if they need to be or is there some other reason why all of SmallHD’s monitors have grown so much. Aside from the DP4 which I’m thinking of selling.

Filter:
all
Sort by:
most voted

Take part in the CineD community experience

mode_comment4