TV Logic F-7H II
- 1080p or 2K input
- 1920×1080 IPS panel
- 3,600nit brightness
- 3G SDI in and out
- HDMI in and out
- Cross converts SDI/HDMI
The TV Logic F-7H II monitor is claimed to be the brightest 7” display on the market, with a 3,600nit, 1920×1080 IPS display.
The F-7H II features a variety of shooting tools: waveform, vectorscope, timecode display, audio metering and focus assist.
You can flip the display horizontally and vertically, and there are hardware buttons on the front of the unit for easy access to different functions. You can also group different functions together into pages and turn them on or off at the same time.
The monitor can accept an HD or 2K input, and features both 3G SDI and HDMI in and out with cross conversion both ways.
It’s also possible to colour calibrate the monitor – either at TV Logic’s California office or you can use your own probe together with free software you can download from the TV Logic website.
TV Logic F-7H II monitor price and availability
The monitor will be available in early May – the company say they are aiming for a target price of $2,500 US. It’s currently available for preorder for $2,295 US.