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10.1"FPV monitor Built-in Dual 5.8G 32CH Receiver


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● The first ground stand HD monitor, designed specially for outdoor users,
   does not have “blue screen”, is your best choice FPV or photography
● High resolution 1024X600,contrast ratio 500:1 and brightness 450cd/ ㎡
   (8″),seizing much more clear world
● Multi color format support, enter the menu manually to select the same
   format as your can.
● Analog composite video AV input, connect the aerial camera
● 16:9 aspect ratio, switch the display mode 16:9 and 4:3
● Connect with the camera, as a monitor or secondary monitor of aerial
● High brightness,contrast ratio&Dizzy-proof monitor with sun shade, to see
   clearly under sunshine.
● 1/4-20 thread hole is included in the bottom, easily to mount on the tripod.

Model:                  FPV-101DT
 Brightness:           450cd/m2                                                          200cd/m
 Resolution:1024x600 Pixels                                             1366x768 Pixels
 Contrast:    500:1
 Aspect Ratio:     16:9 
 Backlight:            LED
 Viewing Angle:   70°/70°(L/R) 50°/70°(U/D)
 Surface Treatment: Anti-Glare
 Support video format: NTSC M, PAL M, NTSC BG, PAL N, NTSC DK, PAL DK, PAL I and SECAM BG.
 Speaker Built in, 1 Watt
 Inputs:      AV,HDMI
 Power Consumption:≦8W  
 Input Voltage:DC 6V-24V
 Install Way: 1/4-20 Thread and VESA mounting socket(75mm)
 Working Temperature:  -20℃~50℃
 Storage Temperature:   -20℃~60℃  
  Unit Size:

255(L)× 163(W)×34(H) mm

 Unit Weight:


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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 20 September, 2014.



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