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    External monitor that can flip an image both vertically and horizontally?
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    Hi,
    I was really hoping that somebody can help me out and provide details of an external monitor that can flip the image both vertically and horizontally? I need to take an image of a projection from an old large format lens which is back to front and upside down...

    Similar to this project mentioned here...

    https://www.newsshooter.com/2018/01/...-video-camera/

    In it, he mentions the Feelworld FW759 monitor and in the specs they do mention what looks like such a feature ( Image Flip (H, V, H/V) ) but when I rang an Australian reseller, they told me it was unable to do this..

    http://www.feelworld.cn/ShowInfo.asp...py=7-IPS-Ultra

    Also, as I would largely be using it for stills, I would prefer something that enabled me to crop the image to something closer to a 5:4 ratio..

    My current camera is a Fuji GFX which has a native 4:3 sensor, is there a monitor that enables me to see exactly what would be on the rear LCD of the camera?

    Apologies if any of this is ridiculously basic, is a pretty new area to me.


    Thanks so much in advance, any help would be greatly appreciated!!


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    They most likely do it if stated.

    It's shown in the FW760 model here at 10:55.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGIV0FWE9U4


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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBro View Post
    They most likely do it if stated.

    It's shown in the FW760 model here at 10:55.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGIV0FWE9U4
    Awesome! That is exactly what I was after...

    Also, If I am largely using it to shoot stills ( I have a Fuji GFX) will I be able to see the whole 4:3 frame?* This would also apply to M43's cameras like the GH5?

    Thanks so much once again!


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    About seeing the entire sensor frame on a monitor, the monitor can only display what the camera outputs over the HDMI port. Connect to any TV and see what is possible before buying a portable display. Might be options in camera menu to control the output to some degree (disable overlays, etc.) but if camera records HD or 4K that is 16:9 and is then what would be output, not the entire 4:3 frame that the 16:9 image is pulled from.

    Thanks

    Jeff


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    Quote Originally Posted by SHARBOR View Post
    About seeing the entire sensor frame on a monitor, the monitor can only display what the camera outputs over the HDMI port. Connect to any TV and see what is possible before buying a portable display. Might be options in camera menu to control the output to some degree (disable overlays, etc.) but if camera records HD or 4K that is 16:9 and is then what would be output, not the entire 4:3 frame that the 16:9 image is pulled from.

    Thanks

    Jeff
    Thanks for the reply, really appreciate it! Will keep searching for a solution, thanks again!


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