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    Senior Member Lindquist's Avatar
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    I have been lookin around for a app that will allow full screen view of the gh5 live feed, Ive found 2, ones called Field Monitor for $20 and other is Gmonitor for $4. they both look good but Im wondering will it be better to use a Lightening cable to HDMI or usb C so that there isnt any latency issues?
    Not sure if its HDMI or USB c from the other side of the lightening cable.

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    ok, Ima jus buy fieldmonitor app, but kinda diff subject what film apps you guys use for iphones?
    im debating between MoviePro, Filmic Pro, Mavis

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    There is actually less latency using the official Lumix or Gmonitor app then using the HDMI out, at least with 4k 24p.
    Last edited by Batutta; 08-09-2017 at 09:56 AM.
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    Lukilink - especially with a large smartphone, this looks pretty hand if you don't want to worry about any wireless connection problems, even if the HDMI lag is slight.

    Would be very slick if there was splitter on it for which you could supply power from a USB battery brick.


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