“You don’t want tools that stand in your way of achieving the looks that you want to achieve…
You want something that allows you to take your vision even further than you could without that product and that’s exactly what the 702 Touch does.”
-Morgan Cooper, Cinematographer
Cooper’s successful retelling of the “fresh prince” story landed him a meeting in Miami with actor Will Smith and writer Mike Soccio.
With 1500 nits of brightness and wide-gamut color capabilities, the 702 Touch on-camera monitor has a highly accurate, highly visible display for in-studio AND on-location shooting.
Capable of accepting signal up to 4K resolution, punching in to check critical focus on the 702 Touch is a breeze.
Ease of Use
Cooper’s go-to on-board monitor for the longest time was the SmallHD 502 Bright. Reluctant to make the switch at first, Cooper found that the 702 Touch offered a bigger, sharper display, without adding extra bulk. In addition to that, he prefers the touchscreen controls for on-board/handheld work.
The customizable, data-driven toolset available with SmallHD OS3 are literally at your fingertips with the 702 Touch monitor. With a user interface already designed for speed and agility, Cooper agrees that touchscreen controls just make sense.
Many cameras, particularly when shooting in ‘log’ mode keep their brightest highlight and darkest shadow at values other than 100% and 0% respectively. Full shadow clipping might be as high as 10% and highlights might be as low as 90% for example.
Exposure Assist tool + on-screen IRE Guide (optional)