Today I’m going to compare three 7-inch camera monitors – they are all very good monitors and they fit a wide range of budgets, from $200 all the way to $2000.
- Aputure VS-2 Monitor – around $200
- Lilliput 663/s Monitor – around $600
- Atomos Shogun 4K Recorder and Monitor – $2000
Please note that since prices of electronics go down all the time, the prices might be lower by the time you read this post.
Despite the very different prices, all these monitors offer good value. They all have their advantages and disadvantages, of course. If you’re in the market for a field monitor and want to figure out which one is the best option for you, check out my video
I already did a detailed review of the Atomos Shogun – it includes a guide on how to use waveforms, vector scopes etc., plus, it talks about Shogun’s amazing video recording capabilities. So, check out that post to find out more.
You can get deals on these monitors on Amazon, eBay and B&H Photo Video.
Aputure VS-2 Monitor
Also, check out for good deals.
Lilliput Monitor 7inch 663/s
The best deal I’ve seen so far on this monitor was USD$589 on
Atomos Shogun 4K on
If you decide to buy the Shogun monitor/recorder, then you will also need to get solid state drives to be able to record on it. Here is the SSD that I use
SanDisk Ultra II 240GB SSD on
I also highly recommend that you get a sunshade for the Shogun. Here is the best one for this monitor
Lastly, you will need batteries. All three monitors use Sony NP-F style batteries, which you can get here
Again, check for great deals on Sony NP-F batteries
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