The compact HDMI wireless transmitter with a range of approximately 150 meters is designed for the latest mirrorless cameras. The transmitter can connect to iPhone, iPad, and some Android smartphones and tablets at 5GHz frequency. When combined with the free Accsoon SEE app, it transforms a phone or tablet into a full-featured HD monitoring and streaming solution. Since the smartphone in one’s hand can be used as a monitor, CineView Nano turns the whole set up in a space-saving rig.
Setting up the CineView Nano
Setup is easy: simply place the CineView Nano on top of the camera, connect the HDMI cable and battery, and launch the smartphone app. CineView Nano not only creates great-looking, compact setups, but also opens up creative opportunities for filmmakers.
Connect CineView Nano wirelessly to a smartphone or tablet using advanced 5Ghz Wi-Fi to display images wherever it is needed. Up to four iOS or Android devices can be connected to CineView Nano at the same time, allowing everyone involved in the shoot to monitor the photographer’s shots. Secure the smartphone to the mount on top of the camera and use it like a traditional monitor, use the smartphone or tablet as a remote monitor up to 150m away (provided there is no interference or obstructions), or it is possible to do both using multiple devices.
The SEE app offers a wide range of monitoring options to satisfy any creator. The image can be flipped to selfie mode, monitor audio levels, apply a grid, and pinch the screen to zoom in and check focus. Professional features such as waveform monitor, LUT, and anamorphic desqueeze are also included for those who need it.
CineView Nano Functionality and Uses
Video clips recorded at up to 1080P HD and 60fps are available for editing, sharing, and messaging instantly on the device. Quick social media edits can be done on the fly on a phone or tablet using popular editing apps and shared to social media platforms. Clips can be sent to friends and customers using iMessage or other messaging apps.
In addition to monitoring, it can stream HD video directly from the camera to YouTube, Facebook, or other video streaming services. This can be achieved without the need for additional hardware or complex software.
The transmitter can be powered by commonly available NP-F type batteries. Due to low power consumption, it can run virtually all day long. Alternatively, power can be supplied via USB-C (5W). There is also a 10W USB-C power output, which can charge the phone/tablet being used by CineView Nano.
CineView Nano’s design minimizes size and weight. Weighing 72.3g (excluding battery), it features an integrated antenna that cleverly reduces size and ensures maximum durability. The gently curved plastic body is lightweight and durable.
The unit consists of two main parts: a transmitter and a removable smartphone clamp. The spring-loaded clamp securely holds the smartphone in place and is compatible with all current iPhones. An Accsoon cold shoe adapter for camera mounting is also included in the box.
Alternatively, it is possible to remove the clamp and replace it with the included mounting plate, which is compatible with DJI RS2/RS3 gimbals. This positions the transmitter below the camera mounting plate for optimal balance and ease of access.
When viewing video images, there is nothing more annoying than a timesync delay. CineView Nano delivers a best-in-class delay of less than 0.06 seconds. Delays are kept to a minimum. CineView Nano packs a lot of features into its small size, making it the perfect companion for mirrorless cameras and video cameras.