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SmallHD Cine 7 Sony VENICE Camera Control License

Control the Sony VENICE with SmallHD Cine 7

Cine 7 Sony VENICE control license
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SmallHD Cine 7 now has a Sony VENICE camera control license, which allows you to change camera settings from the touchscreen interface. 

Cine 7 has been a very popular monitor among cinematographers as it also offers RED and ARRI camera control with respectable licenses. And now, the Sony “crown jewel” VENICE cinema camera is also supported. 

Users can purchase the VENICE camera control license on its own for $400 (or $500 with the cable included) in case they already own a Cine 7 monitor.

Alternatively, they can get the Cine7 Monitor + VENICE License/Control Cable kit for $1799 as a bundle

Cine 7 venice camera control license cable kit
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Control the Sony VENICE from the Cine 7 Touchscreen

When the software license is paired with a standard ethernet cable, camera operators can change top-level camera control functionality. This includes – Frames Per Second,  Recording Mode, ISO, Shutter, ND Filters, White Balance, and Playback

SmallHD Cine 7 Features

  • 7″ Daylight Viable Touchscreen (1920 x 1200) with 1800nits brightness
  • Slim, lightweight design
  • 10-bit touchscreen IPS LCD panel
  • Available Camera Control Licenses (separate purchase)
    • for RED, ARRI, and Sony VENICE
  • Supports up to 1080p60 video
  • Full Size HDMI and 3G-SDI inputs
  • HDMI-to-SDI and SDI-to-HDMI Cross Conversion
  • Ethernet port
  • 3D LUT support
  • Various Anamorphic de-squeeze options
  • SmallHD Swipe OS3 with intuitive navigation, custom settings and pages
  • Power by either Gold-mount or V-mount batteries
    • via different battery plates
  • 4x 1/4-inch-20 mounting points
  • Get the Cine 7 at B&H – $1499

To learn more about the extensive feature set of the Cine 7 head over to SmallHD’s website here.

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