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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Hipsley View Post
    +1 for an ultra-brite 5inch!
    Would be amazing in a surf housing.
    +2 Great size/form
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    no swirl, rotation or mounting options on the camera? it's "just" the screen?
    still missing the functionality of the old 5'7
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    Quote Originally Posted by RJ_Ortiz View Post
    Gonna be the guy that asks: Is there any consideration for a trade in from 7.0 touch to this model?
    yeah, would be nice to send in my CF cableless 7.0 and swap/upgrade the screen (the early models were susceptible to scratching) & pay a fee, of course.. They don't sell the Carbon Fiber screens anymore...
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    I would kill for a 5 inch to 5.7" Hi-Res display with Cableless swivel mount, even if it's not Ultra Brite. But a ultra brite version would be incredible lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viktor Sloth View Post
    no swirl, rotation or mounting options on the camera? it's "just" the screen?
    still missing the functionality of the old 5'7
    It actually comes with the following:

    1x DSMC2 Touch 7.0" Ultra-Brite LCD
    1x LCD/EVF Cable (Right-To-Straight) - 18 inches
    1x RED ARM - 9in
    1x RED MICROFIBER BAG - Large
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    So, has anybody tried it yet ? Any feedback ? How is the color compared to the old 7" (which I find a bit on the cold side) ? How bright is it ? Any issues so far ?

    Thanks guys ;)
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    Plan on testing it tomorrow at BSC Expo. Can write how it feels.
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    Saw it and it looks great. Also has a bit better touch sensitivity.
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    Will this have any enhanced support for focusing? peaking with selectable color?
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    I do like the idea of a dual mode brightness characteristic. One for high ambient light viewing and one for darker surrounds. I realize that the side arrows allow brightness adjustment, but it would be nice to have 2 "reference" levels pre-set to facilitate apples to apples visual comparisons.

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