Elvid FieldVision 10.1″ In-Camera LCD Monitor
The Elvid FieldVision 10.1″ On-Camera LCD Monitor is a mid-sized, budget-friendly solution if you’re looking for something a little larger than 7″.
There are a plethora of 5″ and 7″ monitors on the market, but I personally have never come across a 10″ solution before. Elvid touts this as a On camera monitor, however, at 10″ it will not be suitable for use on mirrorless mirrorless or small to mid-size digital cinema cameras.
- 1920×1200 IPS LCD display
- 4K HDMI and VGA inputs
- HDMI loop out
- Peak Focus Assist
- False color, histogram, exposure tools
- Two programmable function buttons
- Powered by L-series battery
- 12 VDC power supply included
- Shoe holder and sun visor included
The Elvid FieldVision 10.1″ On-Camera LCD Monitor features a 10.1″/25.7cm 8-bit 1920×1200 IPS LCD display. The screen brightness is only 350 cd/m2 and it has a claimed contrast ratio of 1000:1 and a PPI of 224.
The monitor tips the scales at 19.4oz/550g, which makes it incredibly light considering its size. There is an HDMI input and an HDMI output so you can input and output the same signal. It accepts signals up to UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) and DCI 4K (4096 x 2160), as well as a VGA input to accept computer resolutions up to 1920 x 1080.
There are two programmable function buttons as well as the usual array of video assist tools you see on most monitors.
The Elvid FieldVision 10.1″ On-Camera LCD Monitor can be operated via AC or DC power and consumes only 12W. The monitor runs on a Sony NP-F battery or you can use the included AC adapter.
The monitor has 1/4″-20 sockets on all four sides for mounting and it comes with an included shoe mount ball head
Elvis also includes a sun visor that attaches to a mounting frame. It’s something you’ll definitely need to use outdoors given the monitor’s low light level.
Price and availability
The Elvid FieldVision 10.1″ On-Camera LCD Monitor retails for just $349 and it is now available for purchase.
I wouldn’t expect this to be a great monitor considering its price, but if you just need something for indoor use, it might be worth looking into.