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#1 Joe Bullen

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Posted 13 June 2010 - 02:27 PM

Attached File  !BvWlJ5QEWk~$(KGrHqEOKiUEwO!3cv6)BMEP,Q0Ss!~~_35.jpg   10.88KB   107 downloadsMade by Marell and cased by MK/V, this monitor was originally supplied with the Evolution series. A 7″ composite Steadicam monitor, this unit comes with a MK/V/ Paddock mounting spud, and is in a brand new case. There are very few marks on it, but there is velcro stuck around the top edge so a hood can be attached. The four LED’s at the top of the case are ‘tally lights’ that can be used on a OB shoot when an eyepiece cable is a attached as discussed below. As well as the case, both the panel and the monitor driver components are brand new. Double click the pictures for more detail.

Four dials on the back adjust the frame line generator, (X,Y axis) whilst linear switches adjust aspect ratio, brightness boost, impedence for certain camera feeds, and a reverse-scan option which can be very useful when operating ‘Don Juan’ style. There is also a picture-out BNC and a power-in socket on the rear so it can be used away from the rig if needed.

Connection wise, the power and video signal from a rig can be supplied by a six pin lemo plug- or the signal by a BNC whilst using one of the other power-in sockets. There is also an ‘eyepiece-in’ (multipin) socket which allows a cable to be run from most video-camera eyepiece sockets, displaying the shot with the added benefit of peaking, zebras, tally lights, meters etc. Additionally there is a small lemo four-pin out socket which allows power and composite video be sent to either a transmitter or a recorder.

This monitor tends to overscan slightly when used with certain cameras, so it needs to be checked against another reference before shooting starts with one particular type of camera. A good choice for a back-up monitor or for an operator just starting out; I am selling as I am updating to a full HD monitor.

Techincal specs: 400 nits brightness, apparent RGB pixels: 1440 x 234, (true 480 x 234). Weight: 0.997 Kilos/ 2.2lbs. Please note the mounting bracket is not included!

Please call Joe for more details: +44 7791212263, or email: joe@joebullensteadicam.com. £1000.00 plus postage.

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