Feelworld has released the FT6 & FR6 5.5 inch monitor kit. This kit includes two 5.5″ monitors, one with a built-in wireless transmitter and the other with a built-in wireless receiver.
Monitors with built-in wireless capabilities have started to become a lot more common, ever since SmallHD and Teradek started releasing models several years ago. Having monitors with built-in wireless keeps cabling and power requirements to a minimum.
Both 5.5″ touchscreen monitors have a resolution of 1920-x1080, a brightness of 500 nits, 400 pixels per square inch, and a contrast ratio of 1000:1.
You can use simple tap and swipe gestures to change function settings and two-fingers to zoom. The monitors also have physical buttons so you can control the monitors without having to use the touchscreen capabilities. You can tap the power switch to turn off the touch functiontionality.
They also both feature an HDMI input and output, as well as a headphone jack.
Both monitors weigh in at just 370g (13.05 oz).
Freeworls claims that the system has an 800ft (Line of Sight) transmission range and a low 0.07 latency of 0.07s. It is capable of transmitting and receiving signals of up to 1080 60p. The wireless can be turned on and off and there are 11 transmission channels to choose from.
You can load up to 50 LUTs or use the 4 built-in LOG to Rec.709 LUTs (SLOG2, SLOG3, LOGC, VLOG). LUTs can be loaded up via the TYPE-C interface to USB slot.
Power-wise, both monitors have dual SONY F970 battery plates as well as a DC 12 IN and DC 8V OUT. According to Feelworld, a single F970 battery (6600mah) will last for about 2 hours, and two F970 batteries for around 4-5 hours.
The kit also comes with two sun hoods.
What do you get?
The Feelworld FT6 & FR6 5.5 inch monitor kit comes with the following:
1× Micro HDMI Cable
1× Hot Shoe
4× Transmission Antenna
1× Type-C to USB
1× 1/4 C-ring Screw
1× Small Carrying Case
Price & Availability
The Feelworld FT6 & FR6 5.5 inch monitor kit is now shipping for $689.99 USD. This makes this kit very affordable considering what you are getting. I personally haven’t seen this kit so I have no idea how good the image looks on the monitors or how well they perform.