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#1 brooksrobinson

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Posted 26 September 2014 - 06:41 PM

I am selling two Transvideo Cinemonitor 3A Super Bright (SD) monitors with matching Transvideo frameline generators.  Both monitors come with the cables to connect the frameline generator to the monitor (power and SD signal), and a mounting bracket that attaches to a standard Pro spud (not included).  They also come with matching Anton Bauer battery backs to power the monitor (no batteries are included).  The power connector at the back of the monitors has been modified to the Pro standard 8 pin Lemo (no power cables are included) and it is wired to do both  power and SD video if your sled and cable allow it.

 

One of these was my primary monitor since 2007, having shot such films as Tropic Thunder, Ender's Game, and Iron Man 3.  There are the usual signs of wear on the body of the monitor (mostly from Velcro), while the screen has a scratch, several dings, and a fog - though none of these affect performance when the monitor is turned on.  I also believe that the scratch, dings, and fog are on the anti-reflective film, though I'm not 100% sure.  Again, none of these affect the performance of the monitor.

 

The other monitor has been my backup since 2007, and has seen almost no use.  The screen is perfect and the body of the monitor is in very good condition.

 

If you are in the market for a good used and inexpensive standard definition monitor for use with film cameras or HD cameras (in conjunction with a downconverter (not included)), these are worth a look.  They have performed well under a wide variety of filming conditions and continue to work without issue.

 

I'd like to get $500 for the monitor/frameline generator/battery back with the scratched/dinged/fogged screen, and $700 for the monitor/frameline generator/battery back with the terrific screen.  Please send me an email or PM me through the forum if you have questions or would like to see more photos.

 

Thanks in advance.
 

Brooks Robinson

brooksontheroad@pacbell.net

 

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Posted 28 September 2014 - 12:52 AM

The first monitor has sold.  Still left for sale is my backup Transvideo Cine 3A Super Bright monitor which has seen almost no time on set.  The screen is terrific and it will perform at a high level for years to come.  As mentioned above, it comes with a removable Anton Bauer battery back and a Transvideo frameline generator.  I'd like to get $700 for it.  Please email me directly or PM me through the forum if you have any questions or would like to see further photos.  Thanks for all of the interest.

 

Brooks

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#3 brooksrobinson

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Posted 07 October 2014 - 01:56 PM

Both monitors have sold.  Thanks for the interest.

 

Brooks


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