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: firstname.lastname@example.org. £1000.00 plus postage.