Miscellaneous settings we had a hard time categorizing :)
Control output volume of the 1/8” stereo port and internal speakers if applicable.
Use this section to rotate/flip the image and/or menu to enable operation from a funny angle.
Depending on how your monitor is oriented (portrait, upside down) select this to automatically flip the displayed image, similar to a smartphone.
Mirrors the image horizontally, useful when pointed towards the talent/scene for more intuitive framing.
For situations with an upside-down camera - low mode on a stabilizer for example - use this option to rotate the image and not the menu.
The following options become available when "MATCH MENU TO VIDEO” is disabled.
This option keeps the menu right-side up regardless if the image itself is set to rotate.
If you wish to explicitly flip the menu independently of the image select this option. (disables auto rotation)
For the one person who needs to view and operate the monitor through a mirror but keeping the image itself un-flipped, congratulations this option is for you :-)
This is basically a digital crop zoom for older cameras that output a 4x3 frame at lower resolutions.
Our monitors prefer a progressive image. With Interlaced images, we select either Even or ODD fields to view. The BOB and WEAVE selections choose between this. The terms are referring to fix how the footage is behaving. When using an Interlaced (i) signal, try switching between bob or weave if you are having issues.
*We also recommend that you change the cameras output setting to a 1080 p signal (if possible). You can record in your desired format and this will yield your best results for monitoring the image.
If using anamorphic lenses which squeeze the picture horizontally, the following options will ‘de-squeeze’ your image, stretching it out horizontally.
For older Canon DLSRs that like to output a cropped image over HDMI, use these options to ‘un-crop’ for a fullscreen view.