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Product Code: LMWIO
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  • Key Features
    • 7 inch monitor with enhanced resolution and contrast
    • Designed for the pro video market, at quarter of the price
    • Lilliput's highest resolution 7" monitor
    • Lilliput's highest contrast ratio monitor
    • HDMI video output - no annoying splitters required
    • Description
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    • Features

    7 inch field monitor with high resolution LCD, HDMI and camera battery slot

    Lilliput's 665GL-70NP/HO/Y takes the great benefits of the 667GL-70NP/H/Y, but features a super-high resolution LCD, the highest contrast ratio found on any Lilliput monitor and user programmable function buttons. Including an XLR power input and removable battery plates, the 665GL is Lilliput's highest grade pro-video 7" monitor.

    As with all Lilliput pro-video monitors, customers are provided with the full package when they buy the 665GL directly from Lilliput UK

     Screen size (diagonal)  7"
     Aspect ratio  16:9
     Resolution (pixels)  1024×600 (native), 1920×1080 (maximum)
     Pixel pitch (mm)  0.05×0.15
     Scan frequency (Hz)  60-72
     Response time (ms)  10
     Viewing angle (degrees)  150º x, 145º y
     Brightness (cd/m²)  250
     Contrast ratio  700:1
     LCD backlight  LED
     Video inputs  HDMI, component, composite
     Video outputs  HDMI
     Audio outputs  <1W
     Touch screen inputs  None
     Input power source  DC 6-24V (via XLR, DC 12V only via DC jack)
     Operating temperature  Please contact us
     Mount type  ¼ inch BSW thread, shoe mount
     Width (mm)  194.5
     Depth (mm)  38.5
     Height (mm)  150
     Weight (g)  700


    7 inch monitor with enhanced resolution and contrast
    The 665GL-70NP/HO/Y features a 25% higher screen resolution over Lilliput's other 7" HDMI monitors, squeezing 1024×600 pixels onto a 7 inch LCD panel. Combined with a 700:1 contrast ratio -- a record for any Lilliput monitor -- the 665GL is Lilliput's most competitive pro video offering to date.

    Designed for the pro video market, at quarter of the price
    Cameras, lenses, tripods and lights are all expensive - but your field monitor doesn't have to be. Lilliput are famous for manufacturing durable and high quality hardware, at a fraction of the cost of competitors. The 665GL creates an even more compelling reason to buy a Lilliput: superior resolution, contrast and a generous offering of included extras!

    Lilliput's highest resolution 7" monitor
    Why is a high resolution important on a 7" monitor? Any professional videographer will tell you that a higher resolution provides more detail, so what you see on the field monitor is what you get in post production. The 665GL features 25% more pixels than Lilliput's alternative 7" monitors, such as the 668GL-70NP/H/Y.

    Lilliput's highest contrast ratio monitor
    If the 25% increase in screen resolution on the 665GL wasn't enough to make you upgrade, the 700:1 contrast ratio definitely will. The 665GL has the highest contrast ratio out of all monitors in the Lilliput range, thanks to enhanced LED backlight technology. All colours look clear and consistent, so you won't get any nasty surprises in post production.

    HDMI video output - no annoying splitters required
    Most DSLRs only have one HDMI video output, so customers need to buy expensive and cumbersome HDMI splitters to connect more than one monitor to the camera. But not with the 665GL.

    The 665GL includes an HDMI-output feature which allows allows customers to duplicate the video content onto a second monitor - no annoying HDMI splitters required. The second monitor can be any size and picture quality will not be affected. Please note: this feature is only available when purchased directly from Lilliput UK.

    Wide power input range
    Rather than a standard 12V DC power input in common with the rest of Lilliput monitors, we decided to improve the power features. The 665GL benefits from a much wider 6-24V DC input range, making the 665GL suitable for many more applications and ready to work on absolutely any shoot!

    Configurable to suit your style
    Since Lilliput introduced the complete range of HDMI monitors, we have had countless requests from our customers to make changes to improve our offering. Some features have been included as standard on the 665GL, but those features that didn't make it in can be customised to you, using the 4 programmable function buttons.

    Even wider viewing angles
    When we introduced the Lilliput 667GL-70NP/H/Y, our customers appreciated the superior viewing angles - but they needed even more flexibility! When the 665GL was in development, we used an LCD panel that provided an enhanced viewing angle, which means your content can now be easily seen from an even wider angle.

    Our widest selection of battery plates
    When customers purchased the 667GL-70NP/H/Y directly from Lilliput UK, they were pleased to find a full selection of battery plates compatible with various camera batteries. With the 665GL, an even wider selection of battery plates are bundled, including a DU21, QM91D, and F970.

    HDMI, and component and composite through BNC connectors
    No matter which camera or AV equipment our customers use with the 665GL, there is a video input to suit all applications.

    Most DSLR cameras ship with an HDMI output, but larger production cameras output HD component and regular composite through BNC connectors. Unique to the 665GL, this monitor is also available with an HD-SDI video input (model number 665GL-70NP/HO/Y/S). By default, Lilliput UK Ltd stock the non-HD-SDI model, but please contact us for a quote.

    Shoe mount adapter included
    The 665GL is truly a complete field monitor package - in the box you will also find a shoe mount adapter, which can retail for around £20/€25 when purchased from camera equipment suppliers.

    There are also two quarter inch British Standard Whitworth threads on the 665GL; one on the bottom and one on the side, so the monitor can easily be mounted on a tripod or camera rig.