Gechic 11.6" 1101P IPS portable IPS monitor Full HD and Tripod mount kit
11.6" Gechic On-Lap 1101P IPS monitor performs 16.7M true colors, Full HD, with a Tripod Mount Kit
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ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
On-Lap 1101P has refined resolution for 1080x1920. This 11.6" IPS monitor performs 16.7M true colors and make images saturated without any distortion. Focusing your camera on the object accurately can only keep the perfect pieces; 1101P is provided with a Tripod Mount Kit exclusively which can be screwed in tripod or SLR camera to display your shoot. Features IPS Panel enlarges your world brightly
You own a wide-angle camera lens; however, the pictures are limited on the small screen? Adopting IPS technology, 1101P creates vertical and horizontal viewing angle to 178 degrees. Photographers can share the picture, discuss each shoot. Moreover, its anti-glare surface avoid vision glistening.
Tripod Mount Kit, the secret of standing tough
1101P design Tripod Mount Kit originally which is suitable for the cradle head's 1/4 screw hole. Puting 1101P into Tripod Mount Kit can combine monitor and tripod firmly. Using 1/4 screw to hot shoes, 1101P can be installed on the camera's hot shoes. Bring 1101P with a camera deftly.
11.6" on a palm, slim burden down
1101P weighed 480g is lighter than a traveller magazine. The size of 11.6 inches and depth of 1.1cm make it more than enough to put 1101P into a A4 folder. 1101P brings you wide eyesight with feather-weight profile.
Supporting variable HDMI signals, even video camera
1101P publishes a new specifications. It not only supports 50Hz and 60Hz video input from PC but also 1080p 24Hz/ 25Hz/ 30Hz from camera. Focusing camera lens on object is much easier and clear; even filming moving people and distant view is effortless.
Synchronizing the focus. Keep happiness.
As a professional photographer, besides keeping the permanent memories for bride and groom, it is also important to share touching moment with guests. Connecting 1101P the camera, you can play wonderful pictures in the entrance. Whlie recording videos, you can focus freely and transmit true emotions to audience.
1101P use 16.7M true color LCD panel. The bulit-in function for adjusting color temp and color effect helps set a favorable mode for you. Accroding the camera's display to correct colors make pictures be true and original.
Dual monitor - My mobile workroom
Especially for Apple fans, 1101P supporting DisplayPort video input. Work with 1101P and Macbook or iMac, you can edit images and articles at the same time. As a traveler, writer or blogger, bring 1101P and find a inspiraing place to start your workroom right now.
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