Portkeys has announced the PT6 Live Streaming Assist Monitor. The PT6 features a 5.2-inch 1920×1080 600nit IPS screen that covers 100% of DCI-P3.
The monitor has an HDMI input that accepts signals up to UHD30p and an HDMI output that can handle up to 108060p. The PT6 can be powered via a Canon LP-E6 battery, or according to the specifications, a Sont NP-F battery. You also have the ability to power it through a 7-24V DC input.
There is also a USB-A port for firmware updates and for loading up LUTs.
- 5.2-inch 600nit IPS screen
- 4K HDMI 30p Input
- 1080P60 HDMI Output
- Peaking Frame, Wireframe Protection, Image Crop
- UI Output
- 3D LUT Output
- 100% of DCI-P3
- Anamorphic de-squeeze support
- Image Brightness, Tint, Contrast Adjustment
One of the strangest features of the PT6 is that it has a function called Stretch Legs where you can stretch the bottom of the picture. In the Twitter video near the top of the article, you can see how this works.
There are a range of the usual video assist features that you find on most monitors.
Price & Availability
The Portkeys PT6 Live Streaming Assist Monitor is now available to pre-order for $169 USD.