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The Lilliput 664 monitor is a 7 inch 16:10 LED field monitor with HDMI, Composite video and collapsible sun hood. Optimised for DSLR cameras.
Note: 664 (with HDMI input)
664/O (with HDMI input & output)
7 inch monitor with wide screen aspect ratio The Lilliput 664 monitor has a 1280×800 resolution, 7″ IPS panel, perfect combination for DSLR use and the ideal size to fit neatly in a camera bag.
Optimised for DSLR cameras Compact size is the perfect complements to your DSLR camera’s features.
Foldable sunhood becomes screen protector Customers frequently asked Lilliput how to prevent their monitor’s LCD from getting scratched, especially in transit. Lilliput responded by designing the 663′s smart screen protector that folds out to become a sun hood. This solution provides protection for the LCD and saves space in the customers camera bag.
HDMI video output – no annoying splitters Most DSLRs only have one HDMI video output, so customers need to buy expensive and cumbersome HDMI splitters to connect more than one monitor to the camera. But not with the Lilliput 664 monitor.
664/O includes an HDMI-output feature which allows customers to duplicate the video content onto a second monitor – no annoying HDMI splitters required. The second monitor can be any size and picture quality will not be affected. Please note: this feature is only available when purchased directly from Lilliput.
High resolution Lilliput’s intelligent HD scaling technology used on the 668GL has worked wonders for our customers. But some customers need higher physical resolutions. The Lilliput 664 monitor uses the latest IPS LED-backlit display panels that feature 25% higher physical resolutions. This provides higher levels of detail and image accuracy.
High contrast ratio The Lilliput 664 monitor provides even more innovations to pro-video customers with its super-high contrast LCD. The 800:1 contrast ratio produces colours that are vivid, rich – and importantly – accurate.
Wide viewing angles 664 has a stunning 178 degrees viewing angle both vertically and horizontally, you can get the same vivid picture from wherever you are standing – great for sharing the video from your DSLR with the whole film crew.