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SmallHD Debuts Billion-plus
Color 17-Inch Monitor
SmallHD has debuted its first reference grade monitor, the 1703-P3,
and introduced its FOCUS Touchscreen HD Field monitor...

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mallHD has introduced its first reference grade
monitor, the 1703-P3. The monitor features true
10-bit color processing to deliver over a billion colors.
It covers 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color space,
features a 1500:1 contrast ratio and 179 degrees
viewing angle, along with SmallHD's Page Builder OS
and large toolset.
"It's really all about P3 and color confidence. This
monitor offers true reference grade cinema color,

covering 100% of the DCI-P3 color space, which
makes it the perfect monitor for DIT's on-set and for
mastering in post," says SmallHD Co-Founder Wes
Philips.
Pre-Calibrated
The 1703-P3 is designed to serve the color display
demands of both on-set and post production color
grading professionals. Each 1703-P3 monitor comes

pre-calibrated for DCI-P3 mastering, covering 100%
DCI-P3 with a Delta E average of 0.5. Users can easily
install their own 3D LUT calibration with advanced
color management solutions like Light Illusion's,
LightSpace CMS, or SpectraCal's CalMAN.
The monitor provides for one HDMI and two SDI
inputs, as well as one HDMI and two SDI outputs. The
fast and intuitive operating system allows ganging
of on-screen tools like HD waveform, vectorscope,
false color, focus peaking and two zebra bars
simultaneously, at the user's preference. A Dual
View function allows the user to monitor two input
sources at the same time with a side-by-side view.
3D LUT Support
The 1703-P3 has a bright 450-nit display that
supports any LUT workflow through SmallHD's
ColorFlow 3D LUT Engine. This enables 3D LUT
support, allowing previously created colorizing lookup tables to be used on-set. LUTS can be applied via
the monitor's full-size SD slot. This information can
also be pushed downstream to other monitors. A
LUT altered on-set with third-party software, such
as LiveGrade, can be viewed on the monitor and/or
downstream monitors, and uploaded to an SD card
for reference in post.
Ruggedly constructed of milled aluminum,
this monitor is built to withstand the demands
of production sets. And it conveniently features
numerous ΒΌ-inch and 3/8-inch threaded mounting
points, as-well-as a VESA mount and RapidRail
accessory mounting system.
The 1703-P3 can easily power wireless accessories
like Teradek with built-in 2-pin LEMO auxiliary
power. For truly wireless operation, it can be
powered by optional V-mount and Gold-mount
battery packs.

1703-P3 offers SmallHD's first "true reference grade" monitor

FOCUS Touchscreen HD Field Monitor
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mallHD has unveiled its first touchscreen HD
video monitor, the FOCUS. For use with small,
low-profile camera setups, the 5-inch FOCUS provides
daylight visibility and an out-of-the-box mounting
solution.
"Our goal was simple: to bring filmmakers who
are limited by space, time, or budget - a tool to
significantly increase the production value of their
work, without breaking the bank," says Wes Phillips,
SmallHD Co-Founder.
The FOCUS has a daylight-viewable 800nit display,
which is sharp enough to achieve critical focus and
bright enough to be used outdoors. The lightweight
FOCUS attaches securely atop the camera via shoe
mount with the included Tilt Arm. With 180 degrees
of vertical rotation, the Tilt Arm allows run-andgun shooters to make quick, smooth monitor

adjustments. Included on the FOCUS' mount is an
extra shoe mount for accessories like microphones
and video lights.
Power
Along with the included Tilt Arm, DSLR and
mirrorless camera users will benefit from the
FOCUS' ability to pass through power to the camera.
With a center-mounted Sony L Series battery, the
FOCUS can power small format cameras like the
Sony Alpha series with its auxiliary power out and
camera specific battery adapter cables. This means
two to three times the camera battery life and fewer
batteries to carry, while enjoying a daylight viewable
display in the field.
The FOCUS is equipped with micro HDMI input,
an SD card slot for loading 3D LUTs, and SmallHD's

professional suite of software tools. Activating tools
such as Waveform, Focus Assist, or Pixel Zoom is
done with simple touch or swipe of the screen.
The touchscreen functionality, combined with
the compact size of the FOCUS, makes this 5-inch
display a true low-profile monitoring tool with high
production value.
www.smallhd.com

Touchscreen
FOCUS has an
800nit display


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