Kameleon Pro EVF
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The Kameleon Pro EVF, ‘powered by JTZ’, offers all the excellent features of a professional EVF including Waveform, Vectorscope, and a new display interface. With this EVF, we have an EVF for every shooting style. The Kameleon differs over the Graticals by offering 4K HDMI input downscaled to 1080P, and 3D LUTS. To see more comparison, click here.
The Kameleon has a 4 pin Lemo power jack and a single SDI and HDMI input. (Please contact us before using a 3rd party power cable, or refer to the wiring diagram on the back of the Kameleon for compatibility.) To prevent this damage to the SDI outputs, ALWAYS make sure to plug in the power cable first and THEN connect the BNC cable. Once power and BNC cables are connected, it is OK to power the camera or accessory on or off. Also, ALWAYS make sure to disconnect the BNC cable first and THEN disconnect the power cable.
The Kameleon is the perfect EVF for Mirrorless and DSLR cameras and it's SDI input adds versatility so that you can use it on a wide variety of other cameras. Like all Zacuto EVFs, It features a built-in -1 to +4 diopter range and Zacuto’s patented essential anti-fog coating formula. It never fogs in humidity or freezing temperatures. An auto-closing eyecup door helps prevent your display from getting burned by the sun.
Dimensions: 4.9”x 2.75” x 2.83”
Weight: 15 oz
Dimension: 0.71” diagonal
Color depth: 24-bit RBG
6.5 million pixels for a hugely expanded
Pixel Info - 3103 PPI
Power input: 7-20V
Power input port: 4 LEMO 0B
Power consumption: 5W
HDMI x 1
SDI x 1
USB-C x1 for LUT imports & Firmware updates
HDMI input: 4K DCI, 4K, 1080p, 1080i, 720p
SDI input: 3G SDI, 1080p, 1080i, 720p
Joystick menu/function button
Adjustable diopter ring
Drop in diopters for additional correction (+1, +2, +3, +4)
Auto Closing Eyecup
2-step anti-fog shields
Arri Rosette on both sides
Red Line Peaking
Edge Enhancement Levels 1-3 Peaking
4 programmable hotkeys
3D LUT import
SMPTE Color Bars
Q: Can the Kameleon be powered by the USB port?
No, this is not intended to be used for power and can cause harm to the viewfinder. Incorrect use is not covered under warranty.