Product Code: SHDMON1303HDRGM
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The display size, resolution, and pixel density of the 1303 production monitor make it an invaluable tool for precision focus pulling. When you don't have the time or proper measurements, a razor-sharp, low latency display will help you hit your marks.
Preview what you're sending downstream using the Output Preview Page, while utilizing software features like customizable focus assist and peaking on your 1303 monitor. If it's the only monitor near by, its colour accuracy (100% REC 709) and broad viewing angle make it easy to share with clients and directors.
With a panel roughly 3x brighter than most production monitors, the 1303 is not restrained by ambient light. Its optically bonded LCD combats glare and sunlight, allowing you to pull focus in less than ideal shooting environments.
Power options for the 1303 monitor are simple and convenient. The 2-pin power out allows for a seamless integration with accessories such as the Teradek Bolt wireless receiver.
All SmallHD® production monitors are equipped with the Rapid Rail Mounting System; the simplest way to connect, store, and travel with critical monitor accessories.
Transitioning from table to C-Stand happens safely and securely with the 1303's VESA compatible mounting accessory.
The 1303 monitor is the perfect blend of functionality and portability. With a razor-sharp display and a rugged build quality, the 1303 will boldly go where no other production monitor has ever gone before.
We have moved on since the 80s and 90s and left terms such as Betamax and S-Video languishing in museums (http://www.obsoletemedia.org/). Underscan and Overscan still crop up, however, in monitor specs. These terms have their roots in old analogue television, when using CRTs or Cathode Ray Tube monitors and TV sets. Due to the way the electron gun worked inside the old TV tube part of the outside edge of the image was intentionally cropped as it was not the same image quality.