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SmallHD Hits NAB 2018 with 5 New Monitors!

Last year at NAB 2017, SmallHD announced the original touchscreen SmallHD Focus 5-inch monitor, which plenty of mirrorless cameras users, present company included, have made as an inseparable part of their kit – for me it’s my favourite monitor by far to use on the GH5 and

New SmallHD 502 Bright & 702 Black Limited Edition Monitors

SmallHD have just announced two new monitors designed for gimbal operators and those shooters, who are often bracing the bright exteriors. The new SmallHD 502 Bright is a newly updated, daylight-viewable version of their super-popular 5-inch SmallHD 502 monitor. The SmallHD 502 Bright has a 1000 nits bright

Learn How to Setup your SmallHD FOCUS Touchscreen Monitor

Designed to be used with low profile DSLR and mirrorless cameras such as the Sony a6500, the SmallHD Focus is packed with awesomeness and is currently in a lot of shooters’ wish lists. The touchscreen functionality and 800 nit brightness makes it a highly desirable piece of kit,

SmallHD FOCUS Touchscreen 5-inch Monitor Overview

One of the highlights of this year’s NAB 2017 announcements, at least for me personally, as I hope for many of you, was the 5-inch SmallHD Focus daylight viewable touchscreen for mirrorless and compact cameras. Bringing touchscreen functionality to the very desirable 5-inch compact form factor, SmallHD

New SmallHD 503/703 UltraBright On Camera Monitors!

Well, SmallHD are at it again! Announced at the 2nd day of the biggest pro video tech expo in the UK – BVE 2017, the new SmallHD 503 and 703 Ultra Bright monitors solidify the popular US-based gear maker’s commitment to HDR monitoring and top-notch craftsmanship. The

SmallHD HDR Production Monitors in More Detail

Even though most filmmakers know SmallHD as a company known for high-quality on-camera monitors like the AC7 OLED, DP7 Pro, and the newer 502 and 702 series, however at NAB 2016 this year they brought out new stunning 17-inch, 24 and 32-inch HDR production monitors and more recently a