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Cinemartin Venus - 7" inch monitor HDR - 10 BIT - High Brightness 1000 NIT - Preview

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Published on Aug 27, 2016

This is a video that show Cinemartin Venus (preproduction model).
Presented by Alejandro Barrada (co-founder & developer).
This is a high quality 7inch HDMI monitor. High Dynamic Range with 10-Bit of processing for up to 1.07 Billion of Colors (8+2 Bit FRC). You can use it on exterior, outside.

As you can see from the middle of the video (once the saturation is set up) color fidelity match very great. Compare the real draw picture with the taxi and sagrada familia with what the monitor show, almost same color reproduction.

This monitor picture quality is ten times better than those in the same ball park range monitors (500-700€): aputure vs-1, vs-2, vs-5, smallhd 701, 702 Lite, Marshall, etc ..
In fact, similar monitors, as for quality (not for features), so high brightness monitors, cost more than 1295€ like the Atomos Ninja Flame (1500 NIT), or even more like SmallHd 702 Brightness that have a price of 1495 $, Marshall 700 Nit cost between 1095€ (for HDMI only) to 2195$ for a HDMI + SDI.

Cinemartin Venus is HDMI only, but in fact almost ay camera of those days have HDMI output and assist tools like zebra, false color, etc ..

Also the monitor is build from a light and durable aluminum body, also very slim. Weight 750 gr with 2 sony batteries or 520 gr without batteries. And most part of deep (without batteries) is only 11mm (so 1 centimeter)

So, being the Cinemartin Venus 7" an HDR Monitor with high BRightness display, retailing at only 695€ is a must for professionals.

Soon there will be more test also in the outsides also done by other people.

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