D12 | 11.6″ 3G-SDI Full HD Field Monitor w/ IPS Panel
The Ikan D12 is ikan’s newest member of the D-Series monitors. It features a beautiful full HD 1920 x 1080 IPS panel with great viewing angles and amazing color reproduction. The D12 feels at home on your edit suite or in the field with its included adjustable table stand with ¼-20 threaded holes for attachment to light stands. The monitor is constructed of all metal to ensure durability on the most demanding sets. When It comes to I/O the D12 has you covered with its 3G-SDI and HDMI inputs and outputs.
- Resolution of 1920×1080
- IPS LCD Panel for Better Color and Viewing Angles
- 3G-SDI Inputs with Loop Through
- HDMI Input with Loop Through Built-in Stereo Speaker w/ Audio I/O False Color, Peaking, Clip Guides, & DSLR Scaling
- Tally System (On-Screen)
- Heavy Duty Metal Construction
- Supports VESA 100mm
- Includes Table Mount
1920 x 1080 IPS Panel
The first thing you notice when you see the D12 is its incredible Full HD IPS Panel. Packing a total of 2,073,600 pixels into its 11.6 inch 1920 x 1080 panel, the D12 gives you a super sharp image. In addition to the sharpness the fact that it’s an IPS panel gives you great color rendition as well as near perfect viewing angles.
Durable Metal Construction
Durability is something the D12 excels at. The all metal frame inspires confidence whenever you take it out on the field. The table stand doubles as a yoke you can attach to most light stands with a ¼-20 stud. Its handle allows you to move it freely wherever it is needed.
Inputs and Outputs
The D12 features SDI and HDMI inputs and outputs. Since the monitor is all digital you get the purest and cleanest signal directly to the LCD panel. Removing legacy analog inputs and circuits helps keep your image as clean as possible.
Out in the field battery power is essential. The D12 features hole patterns for both AB mount and V-mount battery plates to help you power it all day long. The monitor supports 7-24v giving you enough range to keep your monitor safe from most voltage spikes from power sources.