Marshall ORCHID OR-70-3D Autostereoscopic 7-inch Monitor

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Marshall Electronics unveiled the first autostereoscopic 3D (“glasses-free”) 7-inch portable / camera-top monitor for 3D camera operators, cinematographers, and content producers. The ORCHID OR-70-3D lightweight 3D monitor does not require passive or active glasses and can be used as a camera viewfinder or portable 3D production display.

With parallax barrier and lenticular hybrid technology, the OR-70-3D provides superior 3D images with 1600 x 600 screen resolution. For precision 3D calibration, the OR-70-3D provides dual real-time Waveform and Vectorscope, along with various 3D analysis features such as Check Box, Difference, Blending, Compare, and more. Integrated mux and independent loop-through eliminate the requirement of an additional external converter. Delay-compensated horizontal mirror flip supports both channels respectively. Like most portable Marshall monitors, this unit also supports large battery adapters and 1/4″-20 mounting for mobility and flexibility.

Marshall ORCHID OR-70-3D Autostereoscopic 7-inch Monitor - back

Marshall ORCHID OR-70-3D Autostereoscopic 7-inch Monitor - side

Compare Box is a new and innovative feature for 3D calibration. This handy onscreen tool compares a specific region of both channels with easy-to-read graphs for Y, R, G, B with numeric display. Compare Box is a “must-have” feature for precision 3D camera alignment.

Check Box (Checkerboard) provides a quilted layout of both left and right channels for depth check, channel difference, and more. The size of the box can be adjusted using the front panel rotary encoder.

Emboss (Alpha-Channel View) provides a full frame Embossed or Luminance Difference View shows the difference between Left Eye and Right Eye.

H Marker, a new horizontal marker provides a ruler for 3D depth control. The position and space between lines can be adjusted using the front panel rotary encoder.

Price and Availability
The OR-70-3D retails for $7,899 and will be shipping October 1, 2011.

For more information see: http://www.lcdracks.com/monitors/3D/OR-70-3D.php


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