Though all of Marshall's monitors have a range of features that give you the information you'll need to monitor your footage, including false color, clip, peaking filters, and more, only some have a native 1920x1080 resolution. The 7" panels range quite a bit in terms of specs, including resolution, multiple inputs, and built-in HDMI loop-through; the 9" and 10" models feature high resolution panels and the ability to mount a battery bracket so you can use whichever battery you want. The 10" monitors not only have full HD resolution (1920x1200), but they come equipped with waveform and audio monitoring, and HDMI/HD-SDI cross conversion.
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