SmallHD announces the launch of a new 4K 13-inch high-bright monitor. Cine 13 is SmallHD’s most compact, agile, and pixel-dense 13-inch production monitor yet. With its low-profile design, this on-set workhorse can fit into nearly any production scenario. The brilliant daylight visibility and 4K clarity of Cine 13 is designed for creatives requiring critical-focus capability at all times.
“Cine 13 is a major upgrade in image quality–we think it’s the best-looking 13-inch production monitor ever made,” said Dave Bredbury, Product Manager for CS Cine. “With upgraded contrast ratio, resolution, portability, brightness, and color reproduction, Cine 13 is a versatile powerhouse that will delight focus-pullers and cinematographers alike.”
Camera teams have been craving a bright, portable, and versatile 13-inch monitor; Cine 13 is SmallHD’s elegant answer. Cine13 allows users to view both HD and 4K video, in a compact form factor, without compromising image quality. It features a 13-inch IPS LCD screen with over 1500nits of brightness for a brilliant display, regardless of production scenario. SmallHD designed Cine 13 for both functionality and portability: it includes 4x independent 12G-SDI inputs/outputs, integrated accessory power ports, a dovetail mounting rail for battery plate or accessory mounting, and a removable bottom Cheese Rail for additional mounting flexibility. All those powerful features are housed in an aluminum unibody chassis weighing only 6.8-lbs, making Cine 13 one of the lightest 4K monitors on the market. Combined with SmallHD’s popular PageOS 4 tools like Color Pipe color rendering, Custom False Color, and Pomfort Livegrade integration, filmmakers can trust Cine 13 to provide a technically-accurate view of their shots.
As more of the industry pivots to 4K and HDR monitoring, SmallHD is handing creators the tools to expand their 4K capabilities and future-proof production workflows. With Small4K™ Video Processing Architecture, the Cine 13 is ready for 4K as soon as the client is.
Orders will ship late July. To learn more, please go here.