Display: 15.6inch, 1920*1080
Video Input: 2-SDI, 1-HDMI, 1-VIDEO
Video Output: 1-SDI
Power: AC IN, DC IN, Battery
15.6'' 10bit LCD Panel
At the full resolution of 1920*1080, having a wide color gamut, LCM156-A is very capable of reproducing a faithful color. In addition, the unit has a full wide viewing angle of 178°. By adopting the advanced 10-bit digital signal processing technology plus 3D comb filter, de-interlacing capability and accurate scaling, the LCM156-A LCD monitor is able to achieve the effect of smooth and natural image.
Various Connector Types
The LCM156-A monitor has 2Ch 3G/HD/SD-SDI inputs, 1Ch VIDEO input, one HDMI input and 1Ch 3G/HD/SD-SDI output, with these connectors, it supports most of the audio and video formats. The supported signal formats are detailed in the specification section at the end of this page.
Convenient with Portable Bag
Tired of carrying big monitors everywhere being extra careful? LCM156-A comes with a specially designed portable bag, which can be really handy for run&gun shooting, the bag can contain the monitor and all its accessories. Open the front cover, it can turn to a sun hood, and the back cover can also be opened to allow all the connections on the back.
Wide Color Gamut
LCM156-A adopts a 10bit display panel, this color depth can present 1.07 billion colors. Its color transition is uniform and natural. It has a wide color gamut and supports multiple color space: SMPTE-C, EBU, ITU709, ITU2020, P3. The color temperature parameters and the color balance can be adjusted.
Built-in SDR/HDR 3DLUTs
LCM156-A provides 30 SDR 3DLUTs to convert log mode to REC 709 for most of the major camera brands, including FUJIFILM, GoPro, JVC, Panasonic, RED and Sony. What's more, LCM156-A also provides 14 HDR 3DLUTs to further convert log mode to REC 2020 for ARRI, Canon, Panasonic, RED and Sony, it will enhance color brightness and clarity and allows users to check how an HDR image will look at the shooting location.
User 3DLUTs USB Upload
LCM156-A allows our user to load their self-making 3D-LUT files by USB flash memory. Once you synchronize LUTs in the monitor, you can easily change them on production. Up to 16 customized LUTs can be stored in the system.
Osee LCM156-A supports more powerful False Color function to help you get a correct exposure easily. The exposure indications are calculated for different cameras, there are 17 different log curves including Spectrum/SONY Slog3/SONY Slog2/ARRI LogC/Canon Clog2/Canon Clog3/Panasonic Vlog/RED RedLogFilm/RED RL3G10/BMD/BMD 4K/ARRI Rec709/SONY LC709A/SONY LC709/Panasonic V709/RED G3 and RED G4 for you to choose.
The Zebra function is used to display images on the screen with a zebra pattern to adjust the camera exposure parameter. It will compare the signal luminance with the zebra level and fill the relevant image area, in which luminance is higher than the zebra level with a zebra pattern. The zebra level can be adjusted from 0 to 100.
The Focus Assist function is used to display images on the screen with intensified edge to help camera focus operation. LCM156-A's Focus Assist has color mode and mono mode. In color mode, you can choose blue/green/red to color the intensified edge. In mono mode, the image is in black and white, that is removing all colors and only leaving the luminance data of the signal.
Peak is also a focusing aid that places a highlight on in-focus edges within an image using an edge detect filter. Its sensitive level can be adjusted from 0-16.
The Waveform is used to evaluate the brightness of your image, regardless of the color, LCM156-A's waveform has LUMA, RGB and Parade modes, and its size and location on screen can be adjusted.
The Vectorscope can show you how strong a particular color is by the length of the line out from the middle of the wheel. The longer the line, the stronger (or more saturated) the color. It's also a great tool for checking skin tone. The chart position can be changed among 8 locations.
Histogram assists in judging the distribution of luminance in the image, LCM156-A's Histogram has LUMA and RGB modes, you can choose different locations on the screen to place the chart.
LCM156-A’s Marker Tool has very rich functions, including Center Marker for enabling easier checking the center portion’s focus, Aspect Marker for displaying 2 lines to identify an area with a specified ratio, Area Marker for displaying a rectangle to identify the safety area with a specified percentage and CrossHatch for displaying multiple vertical and horizontal lines to help when the user check the composition of a picture. What’s more, there’re assist tools like Marker Fit, Mat Level and Marker Mat to help adjust the outlook of the markers.
Up to 16 Channels of SDI embedded or 2 channels of HDMI audio levels can be displayed with a choice of options including level reference settings and gain.
Time Code is displayed as the format of “HH:MM:SS:FF” at the bottom center of the screen, and if there is no available time code, it will not appear.
Once you set everything in the IMD Display menu and turn on IMD Display, the IMD character in the black bar will display on the bottom of the screen.
LCM156-A has 4 modes for Blue Only function, red, green blue and mono, once you choose a mode, the screen will only display that color channel. Combine this function and the Internal Signal, the user can do a simple color calibration on the monitor.
LCM156-A can properly restore the video shot by anamorphic lens. It can work with a camera without internal anamorphic de-squeeze.
Quick User InterfaceThe screen menu items are controlled by 6 buttons at the bottom of the screen, and there're 4 more buttons for Function and User Preset. By assigning different tools to different users and buttons, you can pull the tools and switch them on set very quickly.
*In this video, User 2 is loaded with a LUT to stress the transition from User 1 to User 2.
The user can always adjust the value of volume, brightness, contrast, saturation, backlight and sharpness quickly in the fast menu.
The Key Inhabit is used to lock the settings so that they can’t be changed by an unauthorized user.
Scan function is used to control the size of the image, whether to show everything that’s on the camera if the aspect ratio is different from the monitor.
Set Osd Time as 10s, 30s or 60s, after you have loaded the menu, it will be closed automatically if you do no operation within the Osd Time.
Activate this function to adjust the volume to 0, press the function button again to release the volume to the last value.