External monitor to work with comfort
When filming with DSLR and CSC cameras, external monitors and crucial. It is especially difficult to judge the sharpness on small camera monitors. A large display and a focus assistant (peaking) zebra marking for over-exposed areas are important aids and are often essential for obtaining quality, professional films.
IPS LCD display with full HD resolution
IPS LCD displays are suitable for recording films thanks to their high level of colour precision and strong colour representation. IPS technology (In-Plane Switching) reduces the image angle dependency of the contrast. This means that colours and contrast change less, even if the image angle changes.
Software assistants for technical support
The walimex pro Director III has all current assistants to help you when filming. A focus assistant reproduces contrast edges in colour. This feature helps to produce tracking shots faster and more accurately. The zebra setting marks overexposed areas. The sensitivity of the brightness display can be set at 5 % steps. A histogram can also be used to check the distribution of areas of brightness. To monitor the sound signal, a volume display can be attached. The incoming sound signal can be monitored via a 3.5 mm jack socket.
Acoustic feedback of the sound signal
Feedback can occur if a loudspeaker echoes the signal of a microphone and at the same time the microphone records this signal again. The signal is increased, reproduced via the loudspeaker and there is an electro-acoustic loop. The walimex pro Director III has a loudspeaker box to reproduce filmed recordings acoustically at the same time. During the filming process, the Director III offers the following features to prevent feedback: 1. Turn to the volume of the monitor to "zero". 2. In the menu, turn the "mute" switch to "on". 3. Use a headset. 4. Make sure there is enough space between the monitor and the microphone (external).