What Does it All Mean? Monitor Assist Features Explained

What Does it All Mean? Monitor Assist Features Explained

In all the video monitor reviews I (or others) have done, I (we)'ve talked about a handful of features that make one great or another one better; waveforms, LUTs, focus peaking, zebras and so on. But what does that all mean? If you're new to monitors or just picked up your first one - or [...]

Portkeys LH5H | 1700nit Monitor under $300

Portkeys LH5H | 1700nit Monitor under $300

Portkeys is probably most well known for their BM5 monitor, a high brightness, full featured monitor with camera control options. Well the LH5H takes all that and puts it in a cheaper, HDMI only but light weight body with 1700 nits (vs. 2200 on the BM5). 1700 is plenty for most outdoor use, if you're [...]

How Much Power Does a High Bright Monitor Need?

How Much Power Does a High Bright Monitor Need?

The secret's out- the Osee T7 monitor is one of my favorite camera monitors and my go-to in just about any situation. With a quick and full featured interface, 7 inch screen and super bright 3000 nit display, it's ready for anything. But, those 3000 nits can definitely eat up batteries. So, just how much [...]

High and Low End Wireless Monitors

High and Low End Wireless Monitors

Today, I want to talk about how a high end wireless video monitor compares to a much cheaper solution. I recently reviewed the Hollyland Cosmo M7, a 7 inch 1500 nit professional monitor with their professional grade zero latency Cosmo series receiver built right in. Besides being very rugged, full featured and coming with a [...]

All-In-One Wireless Monitor

All-In-One Wireless Monitor

Pretty pumped to finally have such a good looking all in one wireless monitor solution from Hollyland Technology!Plus, it's 1500 nits and has a pretty decent and simple user interface. There are lots of tools like waveforms, vector scopes and focus peaking (which also works with a black and white background for super easy focusing), dual [...]