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Foxtech M1000 MarkII 10" Monitor

$164.00  $147.60
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  • Model: FH-M1000 MarkII Monitor
  • Shipping Weight: 1400g
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If you are still looking for the ideal Monitor for FPV or aerophotography, Foxtech M1000 is your best choice,and 
double viewing aera
constrast to M700.Designed specially for FPV and outdoor operation purpose. The
monitor has very bright image(adjustable) and very wide power supply range(7-18V).M1000 also has a very
important feature for FPV users, it doesn't have "blue screen" problem when the signal gets weak.This
feature makes you able to fly much further and never lose image.
Notice: Due to the battery security check issue, it is not allowed to choose USPS, HongKong Post Airmail & EMS delivery method. Recommended that you 
choose DHL & TNT.

Image: 10.1" TFT LCD LED Backlit
Resolution: 1024x600
Input resolution up to 1920x1440
Horizontal frequency range: 30-98KHz
Field frequency range: 60-75Hz
Pixel Size 0.2175(H)x0.2175(V)mm
Display Ratio: 16:9
Brightness: 450cd/m²,(increase to 450cd/m² from previous 250cd/m²)
Viewing Angle: 70°/70°(L/R) 40°/50°U/D
Contrast Ratio: 500:1
Response time: 8ms
Input Voltage: DC7-18V
Power Consumption: ≦10W
Input Signal: VGA,AV1,AV2,Audio,HDMI
NTSC/PAL Manually Selectable in Menu
Working Temperature: -20℃~60℃
Storage Temperature: -30℃~70℃
Size: 255Lx163Wx34D mm
Weight: 544g without cables or sun shield, 875g with cables and sun shield
Mounting: Standard 1/4-20 tripod and VESA mounts
Package Includes:
10.1" LCD Monitor
Sun Shield with Velcro Strips
12V 1200mA power supply with US prongs, accepts 100-240V, 50/60Hz
Remote Control
A/V Breakout Cable with 2 Composite Inputs, 1 Audio Input (mono), 1 Power input (2.1mm barrel), and VGA DIN adapter
VGA/USB input cable with DIN adapter (attaches to cable above)
If you need to use it in every country,please try our universal plug adpter.

Current Reviews: 3

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 05 January, 2013.

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