969GL is the product of years of development and feedback in conjunction with broadcasters. It ticks all the boxes for a small broadcast monitor, and raises the bar in what is expected of other broadcast monitors.
The high resolution 9" LCD (natively 1024×768 pixels) with IPS technology is a perfect combination to ensure the best colour representation in filming and post production. 969GL connects to most pro-video equipment with an HDMI input and composite video through BNC.
The 9.7" LCD used in 969GL is the ideal size for a small broadcast monitor. Large enough to pick out the finest details in a shot, but small enough to fit on any desk.
High resolution is important to broadcast monitors because the higher resolution, the more detail you see. The natively high resolution (1024×768 pixels) provides clarity at an aspect ratio that works well with 16:9 content and 4:3 content.
Lilliput understand that accurate colour representation is a vital attribute of a broadcast monitor. That's why 969GL features a 900:1 contrast ratio LCD with IPS technology.
Broadcast monitors are often viewed by many different people at all angles, so the 178 degree viewing angle ensures the content does not get distorted.
Foldable sunhoods are now included across all Lilliput's pro-AV products. 969GL's smart sunhood folds away to be a screen protector for the LCD, ideal for broadcast environments where mini monitors are exposed to lots of moving around!
969GL shows you the true detail your still shots. This feature is called 1:1 pixel mapping, allowing you to maintain the original resolution of your cameras output and avoid any unexpected focus issues in post-production.
Focus is a major concern with DSLR users. Lilliput's field and broadcast monitors are great at displaying accurate images, but 969GL makes focusing even easier with its peaking functionality.
969GL includes all the AV connections that a broadcast professional needs. Composite and component through BNC connectors and two HDMI inputs covers all the bases for common broadcast applications. It even includes one HDMI output, so no extra expensive HDMI splitters are required.