The Cineroid EVF4RVW’s high resolution display provides excellent picture quality and colour reproduction for exact video monitoring. High resolution display includes an ambient light sensor that allows for automatic screen brightness adjustment for optimum viewing in environments ranging from darkness to sunlight.
The EVF4RVW has 3G-SDI/HDMI inout and 3G-SDI loop through output. It converts HDMI to 3G-SDI with automatic 480p to 480i conversion.
Open Optical Loupe
The optical loupe attached to the EVF body can be flipped open 180°.
Detachable Optical Loupe
The optical loupe attached to the EVF body can be detached completely.
Adjusting the Diopter / Connecting Extension Tube
When viewing through the optical loupe, the user can adjust the diopter accordingly. Rotate the dial in either direction until the image becomes clear. An Extension Tube is used to extend loupe length for old eyes.
Waveform / Vector Scope
Waveform and Vector Scope LCD Monitor from EVF4RVW is a single waveform monitor that provides multiple functions, such as image confirmation monitoring, waveform monitoring and vector scoping.
The EVf provides the peaking feature in both the Red and Sharpness mode. The Red mode displays in red and the Sharpness mode displays an outline in white.
There are three clip guide modes, Colour, Zebra and both. Zebra range is selectable among 3%, 5%, 8% and 11%. Also, Zebra mark has two types, moving or fixed.
False colour shows exposure rate with 6 kinds of colours. There are two kind of False colour.
The portion of the screen is marked by darkend side bars on the LCD.
The screen size can be changed for anamorphic lenses.
Pixel to pixel
The centre area of the image is mapped to LCD pixel to pixel with native resolution.
The image can be rotated or mirrored.
You can view the image on the LCD in Black and White by activating the monochrome feature. The colour mode is B/W, RGB.
For further information regarding the Cineroid Viewfinder, please contact Ivor or Jess