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****** Page 1 ****** elvid FIELDVISION OCM-7B-DV2 7″ ON-CAMERA MONITOR USER MANUAL

****** Page 3 ****** elvid THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING ELVID. The Elvid OCM-7B-DV2 FieldVision is an on-camera monitor with HDMI and composite audio and video inputs, as well as composite video loop-through. The 7″ LCD panels native resolution is 1024 x 600, with an aspect ratio of 16:10 (native) that you can set to 4:3, 16:9, Full Screent and two zoom presets. The onscreen menu makes it easy to fine-tune your image, and it offers adjustments for brightness, contrast, hue, sharpness, color temperature, and saturation. There are also broadcast-specific features like safety frame markers and multiple display formats. The FieldVision is equipped with advanced tools like Check Field to help calibrate the monitor, a Focus setting to fine-tune your focus, and Camera mode to scale the incoming video signal when shooting on a DSLR. Onboard programmable function buttons provide quick shortcuts to Check Field and Focus Assist modes, safety frames, color temperature, and the onscreen volume bar. There’s also an integrated speaker and a 3.5 mm stereo headphone output for live audio monitoring. A removable sunshade is included to minimize glare when shooting outdoors.

****** Page 4 ****** PRECAUTIONS • Exposure to high sound levels can cause permanent hearing loss. Avoid listening at high volumes for extended periods of time. • Keep this product away from water and any flammable gases or liquids. • Do not expose this product to humidity or extreme heat or cold. • Make sure this product is powered off when plugging it into a power source. • Use only the correct, recommended voltage. • Do not attempt to disassemble or repair this product. •Do not place or store the FieldVision facedown, since this can damage the screen. • Handle this product with care. •Avo d any impacts to this product. • Do not block the vents in this product. • Disconnect this product from its power source before storage and during e ect ical storms. • Do not use chemical solutions to clean this product. Clean it with only a soft, dry cloth. • Keep this product away from children. • Make sure that this product is intact and that there are no missing parts. •To avoid damage to this product, be careful not to overtighten or improperly thread any of the threaded fittings. •All mages are for illustrative purposes only.

****** Page 5 ****** TABLE OF CONTENTS Overview 6 7 Product Contents 8 Powering Options … . 19-11 Using the OCM-7B-DV2 . 12-14 The Sunshade . .15 Front Panel Buttons ….. ….. ….. ….. ….. … Function Buttons 17 The Menu Color Menu 1 9 OSD Menu… . .. ..20-22 Function Menu . 23-24 Function Sortcut Menu 25 Specifications 26-27 Troubleshooting…………………. … … ….. …. …28-29 FCC Statement Warranty 31

****** Page 6 ****** OVERVIEW Sunshade slots elvidm Headphone jack Screen Mode button Left Nav/Vol – Right Nav/VoI + MOOE > MENU Power button Status LED F4 button F3 button Up Nav/F2 button Down Nav/F1 button Menu button

****** Page 7 ****** O HOMI-IN U o-IN o VIDEO N VIDEO-OU o fi Speaker Battery mounting plate 1/4″-20 threaded socket DC input terminal Composite video output HDMI input Power switch Composite video input Audio input

****** Page 8 ****** PRODUCT CONTENTS 7″ On-Camera Monitor Mini HDMI to HDMI cable NP-F550 (2200 mAH) battery Battery charger Shoe-mount ball head Sunshade Sunshade mounting frame User manual NOTE: Additional Battery plates available. Please visit us at elvidcinema.com for more information.

****** Page 9 ****** POWERING OPTIONS There are two ways to power the FieldVision: AC or the included rechargeable battery. CAMERA BATTERY The FieldVision’s built-in battery mounting plate accommodates a Sony L-Series type battery. This allows you to power the monitor with a readily-available battery type that you may already own. For more information on compatible battery types, refer to Specifications on page 26. To install a compatible battery, follow these steps: 1. Place a compatible battery in the battery plate. Make sure the battery’s bottom contacts are aligned with the contacts in the battery plate. 2. Slide the battery forward until it locks into place.

****** Page 10 ****** To turn on the FieldVision, press the power switch to the On position. The FieldVision will turn on and enter standby mode, and the status LED will glow orange. If your video source is connected, the picture will appear on the screen, and the status LED will glow green. If your video source is not connected, a blue screen will display a no-signal message. To turn the screen off, press the power button. The screen will go black, and the status LED will glow red to indicate that the power is on and the screen is in sleep mode. 10

****** Page 11 ****** AC POWER To run the FieldVision with AC power, use a 12 V DC adapter to connect the FieldVisionts DC power input to your AC power source. To turn on the FieldVisiont press the power switch to the On position. The FieldVision will turn on and enter ready mode, and the power status LED will glow orange. If your video source is connected, the picture will appear on the screen, and the status LED will glow green. If the video source is not connected, a blue screen will display a no-signal message. To turn the screen off, press the power button. The screen will go black, and the status LED will glow red to indicate that the power is on and the screen is in sleep mode. 11

****** Page 12 ****** USING THE OCM-7B-DV2 MOUNTING THE FIELDVISION Use the FieldVisionts 1/4″-20 threaded socket to attach the monitor to your mounting system or use the included ball head. Make sure your bracket can support the monitor. CONNECTING THE VIDEO SOURCE HDMI Input: The FieldVision is equipped with an HDMI input for use as a wired high-definition video monitor. 1. Use a compatible HDMI cable (such as the included mini to full-size HDMI cable) to connect your HDMI video source to the FieldVision’s HDMI input. 2. Press the Mode button to switch between the input modes until HDMI appears on the monitor. If your HDMI video source is sending a signal to the monitor, the image will appear onscreen, and the status LED will glow green. Attention: To avoid feedback when monitoring through the speaker, plug in headphones or turn down the volume by pressing and holding the Left Nav/Vol – button. 12

****** Page 13 ****** Composite Video Input: The FieldVision also has composite video input for use as a wired standard-definition video monitor. 1. Use a composite video cable (not included) to connect your video source to the FieldVision’s composite video input. Use an RCA audio cable (not included) to connect the audio output to the FieldVision’s audio input. 2. Press the Mode button to switch between the input modes until AV appears on the monitor. If your composite video source is sending a signal to the monitor, the image will appear onscreen, and the status LED will glow green. Note: When using the composite video input, your audio source must be plugged into the FieldVision’s audio input in order to monitor the sound. 13

****** Page 14 ****** Loop-Through: The FieldVision offers composite video loop- through, also known as pass-through. To loop the video signal through the monitor, make sure the FieldVision is receiving a video signal from your composite video source, and then connect a compatible cable to the output connection on the monitor. Loop-through is not supported via HDMI. Note: Any signal processing that is done by the FieldVision, such as focus assist, will not appear in the output of a loop- through signal.

****** Page 15 ****** THE SUNSHADE The sunshade prevents glare on the monitor’s screen by blocking out stray light, and it’s useful when shooting outdoors. 1. Insert the pegs of the sunshade’s mounting frame into the slots on the front of the monitor. 2. Press the top of the sunshade mounting frame down until it locks into place on the monitor. 3. Press the fabric side of the sunshade onto the A. touch-connect strip on the mounting frame. To remove the sunshade, pull it off of the mounting frame and leave the mounting frame attached for future use, or remove both the mounting frame and sunshade. 15

****** Page 16 ****** FRONT PANEL BUTTONS For greater efficiency while using the FieldVision, you can use the buttons on the front of the monitor as shortcuts to various functions instead of cycling through the onscreen menus. Mode Button: Selects between HDMI and AV input signals. Left Navigation/Vol – Button: Lowers the volume of the monitor’s speaker. Press for incremental volume change. Press and hold to rapidly decrease the volume down to a minimum value of 0. Right Navigation/Vol + Button: Raises the volume of the monitor’s speaker. Press for incremental volume change. Press and hold to rapidly decrease the volume up to a maximum value of 100. Menu Button: Press this to access the main menu. When scrolling through a submenu, press to exit the submenu. When viewing the main menu, press to exit the menu and return to the live video feed. 16

****** Page 17 ****** FUNCTION BUTTONS The four function buttons (Fl-4) have preset shortcuts assigned to them, but can be changed to accommodate your specific needs. See Function Button Shortcut Menu on page 26 for information on changing the function assignment for each button. Fl Button: Preset for Color Temp. Press repeatedly to scroll through color temperature settings: 9300, 6500, and User. FV Button: Preset for Safe Frames. Press to display and adjust the size of the onscreen safety frame markers. Press repeatedly to scroll through the safe frame settings: 80%, 85%, 90%, 93%, 96%, 2.351, and Off. F3 Button: Preset to Focus Assist. Press to bring up the Focus Assist dialog, then press again to activate or deactivate Focus Assist. F4 Button: Preset to Check Field. In Check Field mode, only the one selected color will appear onscreen. Press to bring up the Focus Assist dialog, then press again to activate or deactivate Focus Assist.

****** Page 18 ****** THE MENU To get the most out of the FieldVision, make sure the monitor’s settings are properly configured. All of the setting configurations are located in the main menu, which has four submenus: Color, Onscreen Display (OSD), Settings, and Function. Menu Button: Pressing the menu button • accesses the menu, • returns to the previous menu or screen, • makes a selection in a vertical submenu, and • exits the menu Up and Down Navigation Buttons: When the menu is open, the Up/Down buttons • navigate the menu and • adjust the value of a vertical submenu item. Left and Right Navigation Buttons: When the menu is open, the Left/Right buttons • enter a submenu and • adjust the value of a horizontal submenu item. 18

****** Page 19 ****** COLOR MENU Picture Mode: Offers three presets for viewing the incoming video signal: Standard (default), Mild, and Dynamic. When User mode is selected, the values for brightness, contrast, saturation, and sharpness can be adjusted manually. Brightness: Adjusts the monitor’s brightness value from 0-100. Contrast: Adjusts the value of the contrast of the onscreen image with values from 0-100. Saturation: Adjusts the screen color saturation from 0-100. Sharpness: Adjusts the fine detail of the picture with values from 1-100. Color Temp.: Features presets of 6500 (default) and 9600. When User mode is selected, the values of red, green, and blue can be set manually from 0-255. Tint: Adjusts the tint value from 0-100. 19

****** Page 20 ****** ONSCREEN DISPLAY (OSD) Language: You can set the onscreen language to English (default), Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Dutch, Germant and Japanese. Aspect Ratio: Adjusts the aspect ratio of the incoming video signal and how it is displayed onscreen. Available settings are Panorama, Auto, 4:3t 16:9t Zoom It Zoom 2, and Just Scan. The default setting is Panorama. No Signal: Set the color of the screen when there is no video signal being received. Select between bluet redt greent blackt or white screens. The default setting is blue. OSD Trans: Set the menu’s level of opacity. You can adjust this setting to Low, Middlet High, and Off, with high being the most transparent. The default setting is Off, which makes the menu opaque. 20

****** Page 21 ****** OSD H: Adjust the horizontal position of the onscreen menu from O (flush with the left side of the screen) to 100 (flush with the right side). The default setting is 50. OSD V: Adjust the vertical position of the onscreen menu from O (flush with the top of the screen) to 100 (flush with the bottom). The default setting is 50. Camera Mode: Camera mode scales the incoming video signal to fill the screen. This is useful when shooting on a DSLR. Select between off (default), 480P, or 1080i. Zoom All: Zooms into the center of the image. Values range from O (default) to 100. OSD Time: Set the length of time the onscreen menu is displayed. Select between 10, 20, or 30 (default), or Off to keep the menu onscreen indefinitely.

****** Page 22 ****** U/D ZOOM: Stretches the picture vertically to fit the screen. Values range from 0 (default) to 100. L/R ZOOM: Stretches the picture horizontally to fit the screen. Values range from O (default) to 100. Note: Zoom All, U/D Zoom, and L/R Zoom will change the aspect ratio of your picture. All three zoom settings are linked. For example, adjusting the Zoom All value will adjust the values for U/D Zoom and L/R Zoom, and vice versa. FPV Mode: Use FPV mode only when using a wireless transmitter. Backlight: Adjusts the intensity of the backlight from 20 to 255.200 is the default setting. IJSB Upgrade: Contact Elvid customer support to see if there is a firmware update for your monitor. Reset: Resets the FieldVision to the factory default settings. 22

****** Page 23 ****** FUNCTION MENU Center Marker: Selecting On puts a center marker onscreen. Off is the default setting. The center marker does not appear while the menu is displayed. Safe Frame: Safe Frame displays and adjusts the size of the onscreen safety frame markers. Press the Left or Right navigation buttons repeatedly to scroll through the safe frame settings: Off (default), 80%, 85%, 90%, 93%, 96%, and 2.351. The safety frame will not be visible while the menu is onscreen. Note: The center and safety frame markers appear only when the FieldVision is receiving a video signal. Image Freeze: Selecting On freezes the onscreen image. Selecting Off returns to the live video feed. Image Flip: This setting flips the display horizontally, vertically, or both. 23

****** Page 24 ****** Check Field: In Check Field mode, only the one selected color will appear onscreen. Select Red, Green, Blue, Mono, or Off (default). Check Field mode is useful for calibrating the monitor. P2P: Pixel-to-Pixel mode turns off scaling and displays the incoming video signal in its native resolution and aspect ratio with pixel mapping. If the picture is larger than the monitor’s 1024 x 600 resolution, the center of the image will appear onscreen. Focus Assist: Focus Assist removes color from the image and adds a red outline to any part of the image that is in focus. Note: Check Field Mode is not available when Focus Assist is on. 24

****** Page 25 ****** FUNCTION SHORTCUT MENU This menu allows you to select or change the settings of the four function buttons on the front of the monitor. To assign a function buton: 1. Press the Menu button and use the button to scroll to the Function Shortcut menu. 2. Use the V button to scroll to the appropriate function button. 3. Press the button for a pop-up menu of available functions. 4. Use the A or V buttons to scroll through the functions. 5. Once you have scrolled to the desired function, press the Menu button to select it. The function will now be assigned to that function button. Use the Menu button to exit to the menu return to the live video feed. 25

****** Page 26 ****** elvid MONITOR Panel size Panel type Backlight Resolution Brightness Contrast ratio Viewing angle Dot pitch (w x H) Aspect ratio Inputs 26 SPECIFICATIONS LED 1024 600 600cd/m2 dOO:l L/R: 890/890 U/D: 890/890 0.05 x 0.15 mm 16:9 HDMI, composite video, mono audio

****** Page 27 ****** (CONTINUED) Outputs Supported formats (50/60 Hz) Threaded socket Input voltage Power consumption Battery type Dimensions (WxHxD) Weight Composite video, headphone (3.5 mm stereo), mono speaker 480i, 480p, 576i, 576m 720p, 1080i, 1080p 1/40-20 6 to 20 V DC Sony I-Series 7.4″ x 5.3″ x 2.0″ (18.9 x 13.4 5 cm) 15.4 oz. (436 g) 27

****** Page 28 ****** PROBLEM The FieldVision Will not turn on. The FieldVision is turned on, but there is no onscreen image or the image is weak. The screen displays only a black and white image. 28 SOLUTION • If you are powering the FieldVision with a battery, make sure the battery is fully charged and properly seated in the battery plate. • Make sure that the 12 V DC adapter is fully plugged in, and that your AC power source is reliable. Try switching AC power sources. • Make sure the HDMI or composite video cable is securely plugged into the proper input connection on the FieldVIsion, and that the input mode IS set correctly. Try pressing the Mode button to set the input mode. • Make sure the monitor is set to the proper input mode. • If you are powering the FieldVision with a battery, make sure the battery is fully charged and properly seated in the battery plate. • Check your cables to make sure they are reliable. • Check the brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation settings, and adjust as necessary. • Make sure the Check Field and Focus Assist modes are turned off.

****** Page 29 ****** PROBLEM The onscreen image size is incorrect. The FieldVision is emitting a high pitched whine (feedback). There is no sound. SOLUTION Make sure the Camera and P2P modes are disabled. Make sure the zoom settings (Zoom All, IJ/L Zoom, and L/R Zoom) are set to 0. • Check whether the aspect ratio is set correctly. Make sure that the correct input signal is selected. • Check your cables to make sure they are properly connected and that they are reliable. • Turn down the monitor’s volume all the way down or plug headphones into the headphone jack. • Increase the monitoring volume. • Check to see whether your headphones are plugged in. • If you are using the FieldVision as a wired standard-definition video monitor, make sure your composite audio cable is fully plugged into the composite audio input. 29

****** Page 30 ****** FCC STATEMENT This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 30

****** Page 31 ****** ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY This Elvid product is warranted ta the original purchaser to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal consumer use for a periad of one (1) year from he original purchase date ar thirty (30) days after replacement, whichever accurs later. The warranty provider:s responsibility with respect to this limited warranty shall be lvmited solely to repair or replacement, at the provider’s discretion, of any product that fails during normal use of this product in its intended manner and in its intended environment. Inoperability Df the product ar part(s) shall be determined by the warranty provider. If the product has been discontinued, the warranty provider reserves the right ta replace it with a madel of equivalent quality and function. This warranty does nat caver damage or defect caused by misuse, neglect, accident, alteration, abuse, improper Installation or maintenance. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, THE WARRANTY PROVIDER MAKES NEITHER ANY EXPRESS WARRANTIES NOR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES* INCLUDING NOT LIMITED O ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILI YOR Fl NC-SS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. This warranty provides you with specific legal rights, and you may also have additional rights that vary from state to state. To obtain warranty coverage, contact the Elvid Customer Service Department to obtain a return merchandise authorization C RMAf) number, and return the defective product ta Elvid along with the RMA number and proof af purchase. Shipment af the defective product is at the purchaser’s own risk and expense. For mare information ar to arrange service, visit elvidcinema.com or call Customer Service at 212-594-2353 Product warranty is provided by the Gradus Group gradusgroup com Elvid is a registered trademark of the Gradus Group. C 2015 Gradus Group LLC. All Rights Reserved. elvidcinema.com EWID GGI 31

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