Budget monitor and accessories maker Portkeys announces their new LH5P high-bright on-camera monitor is now available.
In addition, the new monitor features a full-sized HDMI in and out with 4K/30p support. Users can power the monitor via a Sony style NP-F battery or alternatively via the 5V USB input.
Priced at $399 USD, the new LH5P features a 5.5″ high-brightness 1700nit display with a Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution. Furthermore, the new LH5P model comes with a rugged all aluminium body and tempered glass. Another new feature is the new peaking, which makes it easier to focus on colors.
So, what is the main difference between the Portkey LH5H (previous model) and the new LH5P monitor?
What are the differences between Portkeys LH5H and LH5P monitors?
- Portkeys LH5P has a slightly larger 5.5-inch touchscreen (same 1700nit brightness as previous model),
- more rugged aluminium casing.
Portkeys LH5P Quick Features
- 1700nit touchscreen display, 5.5-inch
- 1920 x 1080 resolution and 10 bit color depth
- Aluminium metal housing
- 4K HDMI Loop-out function
- Built-in Bluetooth module
- wireless control for BMPCC 4K/6K
- 3D LUT support
- Pro monitoring functions:
- Waveform, Zebra,
- Check Field, Grids,
- Audio Meters, Image Flip, and more
- Power via NP-F batteries or 5V input for power banks
- Pre-order: $399 USD from Portkeys
Furthermore, the monitor has a wide range of monitoring functions to assist with composition, focus, and exposure. These include 3D LUT, Waveform, Peaking, Histogram, Guides, Zebras and more.
- Material: Aluminium alloy+ Tempered glass
- Display Size: 5.5″
- Resolution: 1920 x 1080
- Dimension:144 x 114.8 x 28mm
- Maximum Power: 10W
- Brightness: 1700nit
- Viewing Angle: 178 H/178 V
- Color Depth: 10bit (8+2FRC)
- Contrast: 1000:1
- Input Voltage: DC 7-24 V
- Backlight: WLED
- Weight: 250g
You can pre-order the Portkeys LH5P direct or from Amazon via this link here.