Adam Wilt over at DVInfo.net has a quick look at the ikan D7w monitor with scoping:
The D7w is a compact metal slab, roughly 5” x 7” x 1” (13cm x 18cm x 2.5cm), built around a 7” 1280×800 (16×10 aspect ratio) IPS LCD panel. It weighs about a pound (.45kg), and comes with one of six interchangeable battery plates for a variety of Sony, Canon, and Panasonic still camera or camcorder batteries, as well as an AC adapter and a screw-in shoe mount. Mine came with a Sony L-series battery plate, letting me use my existing NP-F960 battery.
First and foremost, it’s a picture monitor. The 1280×800 IPS LCD renders a crisp, color-accurate image with feeds from 480/60i through 1080/60p (including both true progressive and PsF modes; check the D7w’s documentation for specifics).
Does it make the cut? Read the full review here.