• Great field monitor for my DSLR and GoPro. Excellent features and multiple battery compatibility as well.
  • Great price for this very bright and also very large monitor. I had the Lilliput and the Blackmagic and I must say that this is the happy medium with a few more points than the BM. The materials are not the most solid, it is light and it seems that at the first fall it could shatter, but this could be an advantage for those who put it on a gimbal. I was pleasantly surprised both by the HDMI output, which many high-level monitors do not have, the possibility of taking it in SDI version and the thousand options, including the "flip". 5 stars for everything, really a great product, we'll see how long it will last
  • This is the best monitor I ever bought. The monitor is super bright so you can easily film in the sunshine. Also the monitor is super sharp because of the 4K.
  • I love the size and all the features. The menu buttons aren't great, and no touch screen, but it performs wonderfully nonetheless. You can set up three of the menu buttons for user presets, and it with 2200unit that's all I need. enjoy use it in outdoor , awesome product!
  • It is easy to use because the touchscreen makes it easier to dig thru the menu. It is also super easy to turn on zebras and false colors.
  • Very feature-packed, but what brings a lot of value is the brightness this screen has at this price tier. Can monitor your shot while outside in full daylight. Construction seems solid. Looking forward to testing it out some more in the coming weeks to see how it performs in a typical production environment.
  • I was looking for something that would be a larger display for my Canon c200. Because some important features like LUTs and Waveform are only carried over the SDI signal and not the HDMI, I chose this monitor. It has great features like false color and waveforms despite being very light and manageable. Image is more than bright enough to see in full sun. Good purchase.
  • I work as a professional a Cinematographer and occasional camera operator. This monitor is truly ultra bright. I had used the HDMI version in the New Mexico noon day sun with absolutely no issues. It outperformed a monitor triple its cost.I loved it so much I bought the SDI version. Sure, no touchscreen but value and performance is unmatched if you need an ultra bright field monitor. I ordered a nice monitor cage (60.00) and now have multiple 1/4 all over the cage.
  • The Andycine A6 Plus has so many features ,packing list an HDMI cable, a sunshade, and a microfiber cloth to clean the monitor. The monitor itself is made mostly of plastic and is relatively lightweight. Regarding ports, the monitor has an HDMI in and an HDMI out, it has a headphone jack to monitor audio. There is a port where you can plug a dc connector to power the monitor for longer periods by powering it through a wall adapter. Something that is very unique about this monitor is that it has an sd card slot on the bottom which you can use to load luts on to the monitor, so you can see what your final image will look like if you are shooting in a flat picture profile. I personally was really impressed by the touchscreen feature of this monitor, it is very easy to use and makes navigating through the menus of the monitor a breeze. Overall I think the Andycine A6 Plus is a great monitor for people who are looking for a monitor that can display beautiful image quality with the added functionality of touchscreen navigation.
  • I have two of the A6 monitors and was very happy with them so I was excited to try the A6 plus. I love the fact that it has 3 power options. You can use the Sony and Canon battery's as well as a 12 volt plug. The screen is sharp and bright and the touch screen which can be turned on or off is very responsive and on point. The HDMI in and out is big to because I can connect another monitor to get multiple viewing options. It has a card slot for LUT and 3 quarter 20 threads for multiple mounting options. It has a bunch of other features like histogram and being able to pinch the screen to zoom. The monitor powers on fast but one drawback is even when it is off the battery is still active so it will drain the battery unless you take it out when not being used. It comes with the L mount bracket and its nice but I recommend getting the vlogger mount by Andycine, it works much better. I overall am very pleased with this monitor as I am with every other Andycine product that I own.
  • As a professional that shoots films, I've become more and more obsessed with that perfect focus and exposure as well as good composition and framing. I think the A6 Plus has helped me achieve that overall. It has some nice features of focus peaking, as well as false color. It also has good 1920x1080 resolution, supports 4K input that gives you good overall brightness at 500cd/m at 440ppi. I also thought perhaps the touch screen would be a nice improvement. I honestly find the touch screen to be not as helpful as I thought, but it does pretty much function as intended. It supports L series as well as Canon batteries, but I've only used the L Series and found it to be acceptable. The battery that is included lasts for about 2 hours or so of continuous use and the included charger is adequate despite having a very short cable. the included sunshade is fine and works as expected and you will need it if out in bright sunlight. Also comes with a nice case to keep everything neatly stored in your bags, etc.
  • Display quality is great! I like that you can power the camera with the dummy battery.I wish the mounting bracket was a bit more secure when flipping the screen around it’s a bit “floppy” but once it’s tightened down it’s secure.If your looking for a 5” monitor on a budget this is great for the price