The SmallHD Director’s 702 Touch w/ Bolt 4K 750 RX (V-Mount) is a seamlessly integrated mid-range wireless Director’s monitor solution in the Bolt 4K / Smart 7 ecosystem. Key features include:
Receive zero-delay 4K wireless video up to 750 feet line-of-sight
7-inch, 1920 × 1200, 1500 cd/m² display
SmallHD software toolset w/ universal cross-compatibility between all Bolt 4K devices
Batteries not included
Teradek Bolt Wireless System. The Teradek Bolt 4K lineup consists of various Bolt 4K modules with different wireless ranges and battery plates, designed for use with SmallHD’s Smart 7 series monitors. As a result, we have quite a few configurations in this ecosystem, with this listing being a Director’s kit, consisting of the 702 Touch monitor, a Bolt 4K 750 RX, and the SmallHD Handles and Neck Strap package. All Bolt 4K modules are cross compatible, meaning no matter which versions you choose for your workflow, they’ll work together.
Bolt 4K 750 RX Module. This SmallHD Director’s 702 Touch w/ Bolt 4K 750 RX (V-Mount) features an attached Teradek Bolt 4K 1500 RX Monitor Module with a V-Mount battery plate. We do not include batteries or a charger, but you can find them for rental separately here.
Director’s Package. This kit comes with the SmallHD Handles and Neck Strap package pre-installed, turning this into a fully wireless and mobile setup designed for directors who need to move around the set quickly and frequently, while keeping an eye on footage.
Wireless On-Set Monitoring. Any Teradek Bolt 4K transmitter can transmit 4K, 30fps footage up to 750-feet away to 6 of these 4K 750 receivers simultaneously with less than 0.001 seconds of latency. That’s faster than the human eye can blink! The Bolt 4K RX contains an HDMI adapter that plugs directly into the HDMI input on the SmallHD monitor, so no need for any extra cables.
Compatible With All Bolt 4K Modules. In case you glossed over it before, all Teradek Bolt 4K modules are cross compatible, meaning this kit will work with any Bolt 4K transmitter, so even if you have different Bolt 4K modules, they’ll work together seamlessly. Please note, this receiver is only rated for 750-foot line-of-site transmission, so even if you use a Bolt 4K 1500 TX, you’re limited to 750-feet.
SmallHD 702 Touch. This full HD, 1920 × 1200, IPS touchscreen, LCD monitor provides an extremely sharp image with a 323 ppi pixel density. Despite being an LCD, the 702 is able to produce 100% of the DCI-P3 RBG color space (26% greater than the REC. 709 color standard), rivaling OLED technology’s color capabilities.
Brightness for Days. The Small HD 702 Touch’s display is rated at 1500 nits brightness with a super wide 179° viewing angle, making it useable from the darkest corners of your set to broad daylight.
HDMI & SDI Inputs & Outputs. An HDMI adapter is included to send video from the Bolt 4K receiver to the monitor, but the monitor also includes 3G-SDI I/O as well. 3G-SDI format support maxes out at 1080/120i and 1080/60p in 10-bit YCC 4:2:2.
Feature-Rich OS4 Toolset. Expanded options include the output of 3D LUT previews to downstream devices, image capture, overlays, custom scaling, anamorphic desqueeze, peaking, false color, Waveform, Zebras, RGB parade, histogram, and on-screen audio meters. An SD card slot allows lets you add custom LUTs, and save and share settings to other monitors. Please note that this rental doesn’t include an SD card.
We have a variety of wireless kits available designed to fit into just about any workflow. The key differences are the monitor, the Bolt 4K Module, and the battery plate. Each receiver is compatible with each other and either of the transmitter options, but there are some limitations.
702 Touch vs INDIE 7: These are the monitors the kits include, and while both are great options, there are a few notable differences. The 702 Touch is slightly more expensive, features a maximum brightness of 1500 nits, 8-Bit color depth, and a DCI-P3 color space. The INDIE 7 is slightly cheaper, but has a dimmer 1000 nits, 10-Bit color depth, and displays a more narrow range of colors.
Bolt 4K 1500’ vs 750’: The wireless ranges found on the Bolt 4K modules is rated for either 1500’ or 750’. Which one you choose will depend on how large of a venue you’ll be shooting in. If you’re in a larger space and aren’t sure exactly how far apart the transmitter and receiver will be, it might be safer to pick the larger ranged options. Keep in mind, even if you use a transmitter rated for 1500 feet, if the receiver is a 750’ model, it’ll won’t receive a signal from distances greater than 750 feet.
V-Mount vs Gold Mount: We offer each of these kits with either a V-mount battery plate or a gold mount battery plate. If you’re already using a specific type of battery for other parts of your workflow, it would be convenient to choose a kit with the compatible battery plate.
Directors Monitor vs Standard: We offer versions of these kits that include the SmallHD Handles and Neck Strap kit, if you wish to turn your monitor into a Director’s Monitor. If you don’t need these, choose the standard model.
Remember, each of these kits will work with each other, just make sure the distance between the transmitter and receiver does not exceed the range of the Bolt 4K module with the lowest rated distance.
A Bolt 4K transmitter can send video to up to six receivers.
No. If you need V-Mount batteries or chargers, they can be rented separately here.
SmallHD and Teradek
Cable - Teradek Bolt 4K RX Monitor Module HDMI Adapter
Monitor - Teradek Bolt 4K 750 RX Monitor Module (V-Mount)
Teradek Bolt 4K V-Mount Plate (Female)