• It comes with a really nice quality hard case, shoe mount, battery plate but be aware there is no battery included. It does include a mini HDMI cable and power cable. It would have been nice to include a battery for this price, but I have a few of these at home already and the monitor is such good quality I have no regrets with my purchase. Hopefully it will last a very long time.
  • Used with our Fujifilm XT-30 and really enjoy it. Big screen, easy to use and useful accessories. The best function for us is that you can touch its big screen to focus.It would be better to include a battery, because not every client has a SONY battery.
  • 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.
  • In my opinion the best monitor money can buy, resolution is great and so sharp. But you have to consider to get the mount and battery separately
  • 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.
  • The A6 Lite carry's the name because that's exactly what it is. If you are looking for a 5 inch HD video monitor to mount to your camera or gimbal this may be perfect for you. It is capable of taking a 4k signal but only displays in 1080. This is not a 4k monitor. It also gives you HDMI out and an audio line out for headphones. You can power it with the included battery or use a dummy battery hard wired that can also power your camera. The included mount is solid but does have a little bit of play, so you will find yourself needing to re-tighten it every once in a while but I don't see that as a major issue. The A6 lite is all about portability and affordability. If you are vlogging this may be perfect depending on how far you are from the display. If you are too far however, you should look at larger displays. As a field monitor it is solid. It has a gloss finish, so when using it outdoors, you will probably want to use the hood to prevent on screen glare. The menu system is straight forward and gives you the ability to do things like employ a rule of thirds grid, flip the orientation and focus peek just to name a few. It comes with a carry case. Overall, I am happy with the value and capability of the A6 Lite.
  • Upon opening this package, I was immediately impressed. The packaging was very nice, it came with useful accessories, and was the perfect size. Below I’ll break down the pros and cons:Pros:- Screen Quality- Screen Brightness- Added Features (Zoom, Focus peaking, Image Flip, Etc)- Easy Setup- Plug and Play functionality- Weight and Build Quality- PriceCons:- Doesn’t come with battery, but most accessories don’t so it’s not a huge deal.Overall, I am very impressed with the performance of this monitor. It’s my first foray into using a external viewing solutions, and I can see why they are so useful. And for $130, I was really surprised and the screen quality as well as the features it essentially added to my camera. I used this on my Canon 80D, and it gives you focus peaking even though the camera itself doesn’t have this feature. While I haven’t used alternatives like Atomos or SmallHD, I’d be happy to recommend this, especially as it’s a fraction of the price.
  • 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.
  • I have used this screen with my SONY camera there was many stories with this screen in which it shows itself a real hero.I have tried this screen in the sin for 5 hours in a row and it was working bright and stable for all the time.Also i have used it in a very cold weather even with the snow and it still shows it best.It cost every penny that the seller wants.
  • Overall, it is excellent - anything significantly better will cost at least three times as much. Build quality is reasonable. The screen is great, and it is easy to view except in bright sunlight. The inclusion of focus peaking, histogram, headphone jack and false colour means that you can use cameras for video work that lack these features. For example, my Nikon D5300 does not have peaking or an audio output, and it won't even meter with old manual lenses. Adding the monitor compensates for all this and makes it into a far superior video camera. One thing to bear in mind: it may be of limited value if your camera's HDMI output is restricted to preview and playback, but does not work while actually recording.
  • Used with our Fujifilm XT-30 and really enjoy it. Big screen, easy to use and useful accessories. The best function for us is that you can touch its big screen to focus.It would be better to include a battery, because not every client has a SONY battery.