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#1 Javi Garcia

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Posted 29 August 2006 - 08:53 AM

Hi,

I have a Steadicam Master Film and the other day I had a problem with may monitor. I tried to explain the best I can but my English is really bad.

Ok, the problem is that the image in the monitor have been reduced. The monitor is a 16/9 4/3 one. And now I see the 16/9 format on the size (space, I don?t know how to explain better) of the 4/3 and the 4/3 I see it even smaller. To sum up. I can?t see the image in full wide screen. I always have some lateral bands of no image.

Anyone understand what I have said? Anyone can help me?

Thank you in advance

Javi
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#2 Hervé Colosio

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Posted 29 August 2006 - 03:23 PM

We have had this problem on some old sony monitors at the tv station where i work .
The technicians here do not repair this kind of problems , it ?s not a good news to help you .

Have you try to get the video signal on another monitor than the master monitor ,
I think it?s not that , but maybe try to have a picture directly from the frameline generator to know If it?s really the faulty monitor .
You can also give your monitor for test in a traditional tv repair , it?s near the same as black and white monitors for the embedded electronic .(they have repair synch problems for me before I put a lcd on my master)
Give this to the technician , it can help him to power and send video to the monitor :
4 pins HIROSE cable :
Pin 1 : GND
Pin 2 : video GND
Pin 3 : video
Pin 4 : + 12v
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Posted 30 August 2006 - 08:28 AM

We have had this problem on some old sony monitors at the tv station where i work .
The technicians here do not repair this kind of problems , it ?s not a good news to help you .

Have you try to get the video signal on another monitor than the master monitor ,
I think it?s not that , but maybe try to have a picture directly from the frameline generator to know If it?s really the faulty monitor .
You can also give your monitor for test in a traditional tv repair , it?s near the same as black and white monitors for the embedded electronic .(they have repair synch problems for me before I put a lcd on my master)
Give this to the technician , it can help him to power and send video to the monitor :
4 pins HIROSE cable :
Pin 1 : GND
Pin 2 : video GND
Pin 3 : video
Pin 4 : + 12v



Thank Hervé. I'll try that. I hope it works.

Javi
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#4 steadiz

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Posted 17 July 2007 - 10:06 AM

Hi,

I have a Steadicam Master Film and the other day I had a problem with may monitor. I tried to explain the best I can but my English is really bad.

Ok, the problem is that the image in the monitor have been reduced. The monitor is a 16/9 4/3 one. And now I see the 16/9 format on the size (space, I don?t know how to explain better) of the 4/3 and the 4/3 I see it even smaller. To sum up. I can?t see the image in full wide screen. I always have some lateral bands of no image.

Anyone understand what I have said? Anyone can help me?

Thank you in advance

Javi


Javi,

My monitor is doing the same thing. Did you resolve your problem and if you did what was the fix?
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