ANDYCINE A6 Plus 5.5inch Touchscreen 4K HDMI Camera Field Monitor with waveform/vector scope/3D LUT
Awesome piece of kit, very easy to mount with the bracket allowing tilt for different camera angles and lightweight. Touch screen is very easy to use, great for focus assist and other functions. I also like the fact I can apply LUT Settings to match my camera.
Took a gamble on purchasing this product. It turned out to be a handy gadget even for still photography. The larger screen enhances composition before shooting as well as reviewing after shot. Highly recommend it for photography studio works.
I was so close to getting a Small HD but I am so much more impressed with this that I ever thought. It is a fantastic size, weight, and is sharp. The menu system is very intuitive and the favorites bar at the bottom is a game changer. I didn’t think I would get around to using the LUT preview feature either, but it is awesome. The only downside I could even come up with is the bracket has a little sway to it, but I’m really digging deep to find something I don’t like.
Didn't know how much I needed this until I took it out for the first time for a shoot. It's amazing how much more you can see on this monitor than the one built in with the camera. Having trouble with focusing? This makes it way easier to see what is in focus and what isn't. This thing is packed full of features and at a great price for being touch screen too!
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
This monitor is excellent, having used it for the last couple of days I must say I am impressed. First off you get the monitor, sunshade, power adapter, mount and various booklets .Looking at the monitor it doesn’t feel too heavy and it is mainly made of good quality plastic which means it doesn’t feel too heavy and the quality is very solid. It has improved from previous models as the battery mount is now stronger and feels more secure and it can now accept Sony and canon batteries.
What I like:1. The usability is just soo much better than the previous model! -touble tap for menu -swipe up for assist features. [double tap the feature to costumize it] -swipe up on the left side of screen (screen brightness). -right side swipe up (volume) - pinch to zoom2. Lots of assist features built into the monitor that help with the exposure and focusing. histogram Focus assist audio metering zebra monochrome false color [I wish there was the IRE numbers as well] safety marker centre marker scan mode video aspect anamorphic modes flip modes zoom freeze pixel to pixel Lots3. Audio monitoring has no lag! On the previous model I couldn’t use the monitor jack input since it had a lag with the live. Not anymore4. 3D LUT support,[.cube] oh, this is so helpful!!! The monitor already has some LUT’s built in for slogs and vlogs and clogs, but you can add your own via the sd card slot. Soo helpful and easy to use.5. The battery mount has 2 battery options, one way Sony F style and other way Canon LP-E6 battery. So which ever ones you have you don’t need to get extra converters to fit your batteries.
Having not really appreciated the value, I decided I needed to buy a monitor after filming a few YouTube videos blindly, and having done a few corporate jobs where the client wants to review the footage on set.Andycine was always going to be the monitor I bought as I was only after something easy to use and small, and this had some great reviews. The a6 is an awesome monitor - the screen is incredibly sharp, the menu is so so easy to use even for somebody like me who has never used a camera monitor before, and it's small enough to carry around.This price range for monitors is becoming more and more competitive and there might even be 1 or 2 monitors that have more features for this price but you cannot fault the quality of this monitor in both the build and the software, which is why this is the monitor I recommend to most people at this point!At this point I'd normally say something I don't like about it but honestly I haven't found anything that really bothers me yet, but I'll be sure to update this review if I do!
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 included sunshade is fine and works as expected and you will need it
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