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#1 luis castro

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Posted 09 September 2007 - 11:06 AM

hI , I LOOK FOR INFORMATION THIS MONITOR TRANSVIDEO HD 6" AND 8 " THANK SO MUCH
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#2 JobScholtze

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Posted 10 September 2007 - 01:42 PM

hI , I LOOK FOR INFORMATION THIS MONITOR TRANSVIDEO HD 6" AND 8 " THANK SO MUCH

Hi Luis

I have seen it today at the IBC and its a blast. 1.8 kg, very bright, build in tally and bubble, sd/sdi/hd Nice screensize.
The 8 inch is made for steadicam, the 6 inch hasnt have the vieuw angles we want/like.

Price is about 5500 euro.
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#3 Trung Dau

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Posted 10 September 2007 - 04:59 PM

hI , I LOOK FOR INFORMATION THIS MONITOR TRANSVIDEO HD 6" AND 8 " THANK SO MUCH

Hi Luis

I have seen it today at the IBC and its a blast. 1.8 kg, very bright, build in tally and bubble, sd/sdi/hd Nice screensize.
The 8 inch is made for steadicam, the 6 inch hasnt have the vieuw angles we want/like.

Price is about 5500 euro.


i saw that monitor too in IBC. But i remember it was so bright, maybe i'm wrong. How is the the brightness (nit) of that monitor, Job?
Anyway the monitor was really nice.
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#4 Jason Torbitt

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Posted 14 September 2007 - 05:39 AM

That Transvideo monitor does look extremely good - also took a good look at it at IBC. I agree, the 8" looks to be the best option - HD complete with tally & bubble, and the casing / housing looks to be virtually bomb proof - very durable. It will be interesting to see if this monitor becomes more widely used over time.
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#5 Koen Wattez

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Posted 17 September 2007 - 08:55 AM

It's a pitty he isn't avaleble on superbright like the Cinemonitor IIIa.
Maybe later they told me.

Cinemonitor IIIa normal is 900Nits
Cinemonitor IIIa SuperBright is 1200Nits

Cinemonitor HD is 450Nits

I'll hope the fix this soon, but is really a great monitor.
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#6 Bo Baraniak

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Posted 17 September 2007 - 02:36 PM

I'll hope the fix this soon, but is really a great monitor.


This is so frustrating, for over a year now Transvideo, Boland, Marshall have been talking about A Hi Brite HD/SDI LCD "coming soon", but still nothing is ready.
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#7 Rob Vuona SOC

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Posted 17 September 2007 - 04:40 PM

I'll hope the fix this soon, but is really a great monitor.


This is so frustrating, for over a year now Transvideo, Boland, Marshall have been talking about A Hi Brite HD/SDI LCD "coming soon", but still nothing is ready.

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Hey Bo,
Good to see your back on the monitor boat . . .I second that frustration . . .I had long conversations with Transvideo and Boland along with some others out in Vegas at NAB regarding these issues and it basically comes down to supply and demand. Transvideo seems to be the only one gearing anything close for Steadicam. Unfortunately they haven't included NTSC into that new monitor "Yet" and as far as daybright I think it only 400 nit but it does have some antiglare film in the screen.

Hope all is well with you
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#8 Bo Baraniak

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Posted 19 September 2007 - 06:12 PM

Hey Rob! amazing how long we have PM each other over this subject!
I'm doing fine but am starting to think that I will retire before I see a HD/SDI Hi Brite monitor!
I do know that Merell are looking into this but have no details at the moment.
I have also seen a GPS/Navigation monitor for Private Pilots called a Flymap. It's 6inch and is extremely bright (1200nits approx). Unfortunately it's not made to accept video let alone HD/SDI but maybe I should make some enquiries with the company.
all the best

Edited by Bo Baraniak, 19 September 2007 - 06:13 PM.

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