Leitner, D.W.
October 2005
Millimeter;Oct2005, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p58
Trade Publication
The article features ERG Ventures' 8.4-inch LCD HDM-EV85, a lightweight high definition (HD) field monitor. The EV85 uses two of the same lightweight 7.2V batteries as Sony's Zl for nearly three hours of continuous display. It connects directly to the Zl's component analog IO8Oi I ID output. Advanced features include color temperature and gamma adjustment, and adjustable frame markers.


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