It seems like a simple concept. You plug in an HDMI cable from your Nikon (I have a D610) to a high-res monitor and you are seeing your shots bigger so that you might adjust and review your shot a little better. I looked around on Ebay and though I found computer monitors or high end TVs, I also found a brand of camera preview monitor called Lilliput. They claimed that it was high-res and had various color adjustments. I purchased one - a 7" monitor for $269.00. It looked good coming out of the box but...in the end the resolution was not even close to the cameras viewing window and had a series of anomalies that might have been fine for video - not for detailed table top shooting. I sent it back.
THE GOAL: Find a screen that shows a clear, high-res image that doesn't have a long latency wait and is color adjustable to match the cameras color. I don't want to buy a lap top. I don't want to use an Ipad that call for all kinds of "Jailbreaking" etc. I just want a simple tether screen. Surely someone has had the same need? (I know, "don't call me Shirley")
Please suggest a good monitor or screen that will serve as a reliable studio tether.