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Comodo M7 Pro HD 7-inch Field Monitor


Comodo M7 Pro HD 7-inch Field Monitor

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Exc VAT Price £435.00
Inc VAT Price £522.00
Cat no. BOWENS-VB-1950EUR

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The Comodo M7pro is a super-high resolution 7" LCD screen with an exceptionally wide viewing angle, thanks to its use of the latest IPS screen technology. The M7pro features user-programmable function buttons to allow instant access to key functions such as Peaking, Zebra, False Colour, Histogram, Waveform and Vectorscope. The M7pro also features multiple signal input options as well as camera battery or AC operation. With a tough, durable aluminium housing, the M7pro monitor has been designed to withstand serious professional use and combines competitive pricing with a high grade display and substantial feature set.


• IPS screen for a wider angle viewing experience
• 1280 x 800 native resolution
• Focus peaking
• Zebra exposure display
• False colour filter
• Waveform
• Vectorscope
• Twin audio meter with built-I speaker and headphone jack
• HDMI in and out (loop through)
• Component and composite in
• Mains adapter plus Sony NPF and Canon LP-E6 battery mounts as standard
• Optional V-mount and Anton Bauer battery mounts
• Detachable folding sunshade, camera shoe mount and compact fitted flight case supplied as standard

- Wide Viewing Angle IPS Screen: The screen’s 178-degree viewing angle allows for the image feed to be seen from a broader range of positions, which is critical in any production environment.

- Focus Peaking: A real-time, digital focus assist tool that uses micro contrast to confirm that subjects are in-focus. When activated, the monitor will display red lines on the screen where sharp edges appear.

- Zebra Patterning: A real-time, digital exposure tool that indicates when subjects or parts of the frame are outside of the exposure threshold. The zebra pattern will appear on the parts of the image that have reached 100% brightness to warn that the area is overexposed and in danger of clipping.

- False Color: A real-time, digital exposure tool that is used to assess tonal levels, particularly highlights and shadows, within areas of an image. As the camera exposure is adjusted, elements of the image will change color based on the luminance or brightness values.

- Histogram: A graph that shows the real-time distribution of tonal values within the image from darkest to brightest. It is typically used to check the picture brightness.

- Waveform: A digital representation of the video signal’s luminance and chrominance values, which are typically used to correct overexposure errors and assist with color correction

- Vectorscope: A digital representation of the video signal’s overall saturation and where it sits within the color spectrum.

- Audio Level Meter: Provides numerical level indicators and headroom levels to prevent errors during monitoring.