Once you make the switch to an LCD monitor on your DSLR camera, you’ll immediately see the benefits to not staring through a view finder for all of your video productions. But filming outdoor events or daytime video shoots can cause a glare on your LCD monitor, making it impossible to see what you are filming. The ProAm 7” LCD Video Monitor Hood / Sunshade is exactly what you need. You’ll enjoy the ability to see in great detail what is on your external video monitor when shooting outdoors or in bright light.
Exterior 7 x 5 inches (18 x 12.7 cm)
Interior 6.7 x 4.5 inches (17 x 11.5 cm)
This flexible, black nylon wrapped LCD Video Monitor hood is designed specifically for 7” LCD Monitors and is compatible with all ProAm monitors of that size. The rigid frame and the black nylon of the ProAm Monitor Hood prevents external light from entering the monitor screen, letting you see the LCD screen clearly without glare.
This hood is very versatile. Its 2-piece construction lets you remove or attach the bottom section of the monitor hood to gain access to the monitor controls. It attaches instantly with adhesive-backed Velcro so it can be quickly and easily attached and removed. Its compact dimensions—the top has a depth of 5” which narrows down to 3.75” at the bottom—makes this accessory completely portable and stowable with the rest of your equipment for shooting on the go.
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The specific dimensions are - Exterior 7 x 5 inches (18 x 12.7 cm) and Interior 6.7 x 4.5 inches (17 x 11.5 cm)
THIS IS AN EXCELLENT PRODUCT AND EASY TO FIX AND REMOVE
Well, I like this hood, but I'm wondering after the wait of 60 days ever will them arrive in this century...
The hood fits my 7 inch digital PRISM monitor perfectly. I am very satisfied with the Velcro method of attachment. ProAm USA went out of their way to say me shipment costs.
I bought this 7" hood shade for my Nexus 7 tablet that I use as a remote field monitor. I think it's fairly priced for what it does. There are 1/8" wide velcro strips included that I was able to stick to the outside hard case and they grip well enough to hold everything in place. Could you make this yourself out of black foamcore and electrical tape? Absolutely. And for a fraction of the price. I guess I'm just lazy that way and don't feel like DIYing everything.