The Video Devices PIX-E7 recording field monitor combines both robust recording capabilities with an outstanding suite of precision monitoring features. The PIX-E7 is the primary and handiest 7-inch 1920×1200 on-camera monitor to concurrently record both an edit-able 4K Apple ProRes (.MOV) file and a smaller data rate H.264 (.MP4) file.
The PIX-E7 offers HDMI inputs and dual 6G-SDI inputs, ideal for comparing and matching cameras. It also accepts external timecode by means of a BNC linear timecode input, and includes a general purpose I/O connector for remote keep watch over. The PIX-E7 can record 4K from HDMI or 6G-SDI sources in ProRes formats as much as 4444 XQ. ProRes master files are recorded right away to a removable, non-proprietary mSATA-based totally SpeedDriveTM, that could be easily plugged into any laptop’s USB 3 port for super rapid file transfer – no docking stations, cables, or card readers required. Meanwhile the H.264 files, ideal for dailies, direct-to-internet streaming and different applications, are recorded to SD cards.
The PIX-E7 is designed to excel in essentially the most extreme production environments with its die-cast metal chassis and an LCD safe by Gorilla Glass 2. With either its IPS touchscreen or tactile controls, the entire PIX-E7’s monitoring tools and scopes are accessible on the touch of a fingertip – making certain precise focal point, exposure, color balance, and framing. All PIX-E Series monitors operate off external 10 to 34 VDC or with two Sony L-mount batteries, that could be hot-swapped throughout recording with out the wish to forestall operation.
The optional PIX-LR audio interface accessory also offers renowned Sound Devices audio performance and design for the PIX-E7.
The PIX-E7 comes with PIX-E PSU (power provide unit) and USB boot cable. The SpeedDrive is needed and sold one after the other.
7-inch 1920×1200, full HD touchscreen IPS monitor with tactile buttons
4K UHD (3840×2160), DCI (4096×2160) and 1080i/1080p HD recording over HDMI and 6G-SDI
2 SDI Inputs, 1 SDI for Loop Output, 1 GPIO Port
Apple® ProRes Proxy as much as ProRes 4444 XQ and H.264 formats
Simultaneous 4K (.MOV) and H.264 (.MP4) recording