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#1 Bryan Fowler

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 11:50 AM

I've had this monitor for a while, and haven't used it much at all. It was my backup monitor, but I have a new backup.

It's SD, and has a custom cable for the EFP to supply power and video. (6pin Hirose to the Flyer Multipin)

Recently for a shoot, I made a custom cable to supply power, and video using the Flyer's multipin.

I'm asking $425 for it. + shipping
International buyers are fine, if you pay for shipping with tracking.

It comes with:

Monitor
Flyer to EFP cable
Flyer to 4pin / composite video cable
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#2 Yoshua Berkowitz

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 05:51 PM

Hi

NTSC and PAL? Both?

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#3 Bryan Fowler

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 12:12 PM

That's a good question Yosh,

I don't know the answer.

Does anyone else know if this will to PAL and NTSC?
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#4 Erik Brul

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 12:35 PM

That's a good question Yosh,

I don't know the answer.

Does anyone else know if this will to PAL and NTSC?


Hey guys, it's BOTH !!

Best, Erik
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#5 Charles Papert

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 12:37 PM

FYI on Bryan's (unsolicited) behalf, I'll chime in and say that this is a decent display with solid anti-reflective coatings on it, much improved for daylight over a stock mobile TV. I use one on my running rig and find it satisfactory.
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#6 Yoshua Berkowitz

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 03:01 PM

Ok, now im super confuse!!! :blink:

I asked you about NTSC or PAL becuase i bought a EFP 2 month ago, and i have the same monitor... The user manual say both (NTSC / PAL), but when i turn on the monitor in the screen appears NTSC. I live in Berlin and i don´t have cameras NTSC signal to test, anyway, i connected my power book in NTSC mode and doesn´t work at all!!! With cameras PAL doesn´t work as well!!!

Is weird because my monitor has one single cable for power and video... but is not hirose 6pin like yours, is 4 pin!!! This is the problem????

Now im renting another monitor to work, by XLR 4 pin and BCN conector.

anyone can help me?

the best

yosh
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#7 Bryan Fowler

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 03:52 PM

Thanks Charles! =)

Yoshua,

I had Tiffen make my cable special for my EFP. How do you power the monitor?
You said you connected it to your powerbook.

Actually, I think you should start a thread in monitors. Not that I don't want advertising for my monitor, but you will get more help if you recreate this thread there.

Good luck though!
Bryan

Ok, now im super confuse!!! :blink:

I asked you about NTSC or PAL becuase i bought a EFP 2 month ago, and i have the same monitor... The user manual say both (NTSC / PAL), but when i turn on the monitor in the screen appears NTSC. I live in Berlin and i don´t have cameras NTSC signal to test, anyway, i connected my power book in NTSC mode and doesn´t work at all!!! With cameras PAL doesn´t work as well!!!

Is weird because my monitor has one single cable for power and video... but is not hirose 6pin like yours, is 4 pin!!! This is the problem????

Now im renting another monitor to work, by XLR 4 pin and BCN conector.

anyone can help me?

the best

yosh


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#8 Yoshua Berkowitz

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 04:16 PM

Bryan

I connected my power book (video signal) to my j-box and i connected the Flyer monitor by 4 pin Hirose to "multipin"· Flyer conector... is a tiffen cable (P/N 250-0134) for power.

everybody say that is a great monitor, i will post my questions in section "MONITOR".

Good luck, the best

Yosh
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#9 chris fawcett

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Posted 20 June 2009 - 02:27 AM

Hmm,

I'm not sure if I'm adding anything by agreeing with Charles. This is my back-up monitor, and it is really good. It's PAL / NTSC, and switches automatically. If you power it up without signal, it defaults to NTSC.

Chris
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#10 John E Fry

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Posted 05 December 2009 - 06:35 AM

Hi Bryan,

Have you sold this monitor yet please? I've just found this post & would eagerly grab it from you if still available.

Thanks,

John
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#11 Bryan Fowler

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Posted 05 December 2009 - 08:26 AM

Hi John,

Yes, it's been sold. Sorry about that.

Bryan
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