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The X-Port is a hardware feature on the DP7-Pro OLED and DP7-Pro High Bright models. It is used to attach the DP7-Pro X-Port Wireless Dock (Paralinx) to the monitor. This Wireless Dock attaches seamlessly to the back of your DP7-PRO so you can quickly attach your third party wireless HDMI accessories.

1/4″ #6-32 screws are used to mount the plate or bracket to the DP1 and DP6 monitors. This can be found at the local hardware store. Thumbscrew versions can be found at a local PC dealer/repair shop. Thumbscrews are used on many desktop PC cases.
 
NOTE: The threads should NOT exceed 1/4″ in length.
DP1x Upgrade Specifications: Features improved image processing over DP1 (more accurate scaling and color) Menu Hotkeys / Shortcuts — giving immediate access to vital menu functions Advanced Menu Functions 1:1 Pixel Mapping “Auto-Scale” option for constantly varying input signals for cameras such as the Canon 5D Mark 2 Adjustable LED backlight saves battery life Custom Overscan configuration to fit menus of high-end cameras such as RED and Sony EX1/EX3 Blue/Red/Green Only Modes for Calibration & Color Composition Fully Customizable Color Value Presets Fully Customizable Picture Presets (i.e. Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness and Hue) General Dimensions: 8.99 in. x 5.80 in. x 1.22 in. Weight: 1.66 lbs. Construction: Single-Piece CNC Milled Aluminum Chassis Mounting Thread Type: 1/4–20 Mounting Points: 6 Total Operating Voltage: 12v (regulated) Power Consumption: <12W Operating Temperature: 0° — 60° C / 32° — 160° F

Display:

Display Type: TFT-LCD

Diagonal: 8.9 inches / 226mm

Resolution: 1280×768 (WXGA)

Contrast Ratio: 500:1

Native Aspect Ratio: 15:9

Brightness: 300nits

Viewing Angle: 178° H/V

Color Reproduction: 18 Bit RGB / 262,144 colors

LCD Finish: Glare and Polarization Filters (Low Gloss)

Active Viewing Area: 7.635 in. x 4.581 in.

Pixel Pitch (pixel size): 0.005965 in. / 0.1515 mm

Pixels Per Inch (ppi): 168

Backlight: LED

Response Time: 28 ms

Connection Types (Inputs)
1 x HDMI (Type A) Female
1 x Component (3 x RCA Female)
1 x VGA 15-pin D-Sub Female
1 x S-Video 4-pin mini-DIN Female
1 x Composite/CVBS (1 x RCA Female)
1 x Power (5.5mm OD / 2.1mm ID Female Barrel)

Signal Types
HDMI 1.3: 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 480p
Component: 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
VGA (max resolution): 1920 x 1080 / 60Hz
S-Video: NTSC, PAL, SECAM
Composite/CVBS: NTSC, PAL, SECAM
Supported SD Formats:
NTSC — M, J, 4.43
PAL — B, D, G, H, M, N, Nc, I
SECAM

A good way to match the color of your camera lcd to your SmallHD monitor is to tape a few pieces of paper to a wall of varying colors. Then point your camera at that wall and look at the back of your camera, then plug in your monitor and compare the colors. Try to figure out what is different in the 2 panels. For example maybe your camera’s panel looks a bit more red then your SmallHD, in that case you would turn up the red gain on your small hd to increase the red in the panel. To access the color controls on your monitor make sure you have an image displaying on the monitor then go to the image menu and scroll down to the RGB control option. This is not a perfect method and you may not get perfect color or anything like that but its a decent method to get the color closer to where you want it to be.

The barrel on SmallHD battery side is 1.35/3.5mm,

on the monitor side it is 2.1/5.5mm.

The DP6 is rated at 300 NITs which is also 300 candelas per square meter (cd/m2)
Input Range: 7v – 18v DC