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Marshall HD monitor as a steadicam monitor?

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#1 mattmarek


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Posted 12 December 2006 - 12:16 PM

just wondering if anyone has tried operating off of a marshall monitor. bright enough for day ext?
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#2 Sydney Seeber

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Posted 12 December 2006 - 01:22 PM

I use several versions of these monitors, 7" and up, (Mostly for EFP work) and they just plain suck in daylight... Which is unfortunate, because I don't know of a less expensive monitor with HDSDI... I talked to a representative, who promised me they were working on a daylight viewable monitor, but I have yet to see it... Indoors, it's a pretty decent monitor, I recommend getting the SD version and a separate down converter card, because if I remember correctly, there's a $2000 difference between the 7" version with and without HDSDI, but the monitor is only capable of 800 lines... I've also had a lot of problems with the image a super cool shade of blue, sending it back to be fixed, waiting 6 weeks, only to get the monitor back... Which still displayed the cool blue color...
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