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Wireless Video Transmitter Accsoon CineView Nano Review

Today we’re having a look at the Accsoon CineView Nano, which can transmit your video signal to up to 4 mobile devices. Let’s review that. CineView Nano is pretty cheap. It’s around $130.

Introduction

In the kit, you get two parts. The phone clamp, which is like so, and you put your phone right here if you need to. And also there are the brains of the system. You can have here the NPF battery. You have the HDMI in, as well as the 5 volts in if you need to, and 5 volts out, as well as the display for the battery status and the connection status.

Also, you get this little mounting point which can be tilt adjustable as well. It’s made out of metal, aluminum I guess, and also you can use the special holder for the DJI RS2 and RS3 system. So you can mount it on the bottom of your Gimbal. You only need an HDMI cable going into this system. Then you can wirelessly transmit the signal to your iPhone, iPad, or Android device. No matter which mobile smart device it is. It also has the cold shoe mount on the fold holder itself, which is nice, And the whole package weighs only 74g, and you simply cannot feel it on your camera, which is great. This system accepts full HD signal up to 60 frames per second.

Range test

And now, guys, it’s time to make the range test. It’s said that it’s about 500ft line of sight. So we’re in the forest. We’ll be behind the trees occasionally. So let’s have a look at the range test. You can see here we have the image on the screen. Don’t look at the colors because of the screen protector. So here is the little latency. It’s 60 milliseconds.

And now let’s make a range test. So let’s start guys, let me turn around. It said that it’s around 500ft. I’m not sure if it is. I think it’s around 100m 150m. And that’ll be more than happy with this result. So right now you can see me also, there is a lot of people going through the forest through this little path. And, uh, let’s stop here to check if everything is okay. I can wave my legs like so. Yeah, it still works. It’s around 40m, I guess. And now we’ll get farther away. And I think that will be working more than fine for about 50 more meters. There is a family passing by. I can see them somewhere, so I’m sure there will be in the shot very soon. And, uh, it’ll say signal lost if I lose connection. So we’re still coming right here? Yes. So, guys, it’s about 100, 120m away from my camera. And I think it’s more than fine, at least to me. So what do you think is 120m enough for your particular needs for wireless video transmission to a smartphone? I think it is.

Accsoon See App 

There is a special app by Accsoon, which you use to monitor the image, but it also has a ton of different features like anamorphic squeeze feature, false color, zebra, etc. and I’ve already made a review of this app in my review of the Accsoon SeeMo 4K. Here we have the black and white functionality, a color functionality, also the histogram which you can move throughout the whole entire screen. The same applies to the RGB parade. The same applies to the Vectorscope. Here we have the focus peaking.

And if you want to change the settings of this particular tool, you go to the top right corner. You hit the sign of the gear icon, and here you can change the different settings for different tools. For instance, we can go into Vectorscope and make it a big one. So as you can see here, we have a big one or a small one. The focus we can make it green, blue and change the density or the peaking level.

We can have multiple tools on the screen. So here we have the Luts. I don’t use the Luts right here. I use the Luts in camera. That is why I’m not really bothering showing you the LUT section. Also here we have the zebras and we can adjust the levels of the zebras right here so we can adjust it to be less than 83% like so. Then we have the false color tool with all of the, uh, error values on the left, which is nice. So here we have the audio levels. Here we have the different aspect ratios. And here we have the anamorphic disc squeeze and the grids. Also customizable here is the HDR mode So you can dial in the HDR mode. If you are looking at an HDR image. Here is the flip mode. And here we have a still overlay, so you can kind of overlay two images. So also right here we have the recording button right here. And you can see the remaining time and also the remaining storage of your iPhone.

Here we have the live button so you can live stream from this device. I didn’t test it but as far as I know it works okay. It depends really on the internet connection. So here we have the frame.io and the uploading to a cloud service. I also don’t use those, so I cannot really tell if it does properly work. And here in the bottom right corner we have different settings like the transmission bit rate of 20mbps. This is for the live stream as far as I understand the file record limits. And here we have, uh different settings and tools that you can add to the top bar. Or you can remove from the top bar by, you know, doing like so.

Conclusion

To conclude, this device is super compact, and lightweight. It’s really cheap as well. And you can monitor on four different devices, which is nice if you want to give it to your cameraman, to the director, to your clients etc..

You can also use the Monitor Plus app, of course, but it only transmits the signal to one device and not that far away. And as I said, Accsoon CineView Nano is around $130. I think if you don’t have a professional video transmission system, this one is a good choice.

Oleg Nikitin

Oleg Nikitin

Hello! I’m Oleg Nikitin. I’m a videographer for more than 8 years now.

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