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#1 Nikolay Kerezov

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Posted 28 October 2008 - 01:34 AM

Here is what I've done for the last five months:
It is so far (acording to me) the best lcd steadicam monitor I have seen/work with.
A little bit of specs:

LCD: ultimate 6.5" 1024x768 tft lcd matrix
2x LED backlight
550 nits
AR coating
Totaly Daylight viewable!!!(same or better comparing with a leading UK Brand)
Frameline/bubble from my old Chrosziel green screen monitor
weight 2.0kg (same as the greenscreen with purpose)
poswer consumption full power with frameline/level on less than 1amp at 14volts
stunning picture quality
10-36 volt operation
Cost so far:around 2000 EUR

Posiible electronics with following specs is avelible:


I/O (with I-SDID01 I/O board):
1x SDI-in via BNC connector
1x SDI Loop-out via BNC connector
1x Composite-in
SDI Function:
NTSC/PAL input auto-detect
Video mode input auto-detect
Signal processing: 8/10 bit
Long distance signal transmission
(with coaxial cable , 75 ):
SD-SDI signal: 300M
HD-SDI signal: 100M
Supported modes:
480i/59, 576i/50, 720p/50,720p/60,
1080i/50, 1080i/60
superior
Display Function:
Zoom and shrinking scaling
Real Color controls provides RGB compliance
PWM back light intensity control
Low EMI and power saving features
32-bit frame store DDR memory for high-speed image
capture and processing
Horizontal and Vertical flip of display image
Picture in Picture, Graphics on Video,
Video on Graphics, split screen
Versatile On-Screen Display (OSD) design
Real Color Technology
LVDS Output
Auto-Configuration/Auto-Detection
Power output: 5V; 12V(programmable)



Heater
vertical swich
and many other can be done ,but no time at this moment!
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#2 Rob Vuona SOC

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Posted 28 October 2008 - 03:58 PM

Here is what I've done for the last five months:
It is so far (acording to me) the best lcd steadicam monitor I have seen/work with.
A little bit of specs:

LCD: ultimate 6.5" 1024x768 tft lcd matrix
2x LED backlight
550 nits
AR coating
Totaly Daylight viewable!!!(same or better comparing with a leading UK Brand)
Frameline/bubble from my old Chrosziel green screen monitor
weight 2.0kg (same as the greenscreen with purpose)
poswer consumption full power with frameline/level on less than 1amp at 14volts
stunning picture quality
10-36 volt operation
Cost so far:around 2000 EUR

Posiible electronics with following specs is avelible:


I/O (with I-SDID01 I/O board):
1x SDI-in via BNC connector
1x SDI Loop-out via BNC connector
1x Composite-in
SDI Function:
NTSC/PAL input auto-detect
Video mode input auto-detect
Signal processing: 8/10 bit
Long distance signal transmission
(with coaxial cable , 75 ):
SD-SDI signal: 300M
HD-SDI signal: 100M
Supported modes:
480i/59, 576i/50, 720p/50,720p/60,
1080i/50, 1080i/60
superior
Display Function:
Zoom and shrinking scaling
Real Color controls provides RGB compliance
PWM back light intensity control
Low EMI and power saving features
32-bit frame store DDR memory for high-speed image
capture and processing
Horizontal and Vertical flip of display image
Picture in Picture, Graphics on Video,
Video on Graphics, split screen
Versatile On-Screen Display (OSD) design
Real Color Technology
LVDS Output
Auto-Configuration/Auto-Detection
Power output: 5V; 12V(programmable)



Heater
vertical swich
and many other can be done ,but no time at this moment!


Nikolay,
Is this a monitor you are working on and building or something you bought and modified?

And when can we see it in America
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#3 Jon Beattie

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Posted 28 October 2008 - 04:04 PM

looks good. I would like to see what it looks like in fully sunlight and what it looks like on an overcast day.

If its the real deal I would fork it over. Or at least split a test unit with others to see if its up to snuff.
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#4 luis castro

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Posted 28 October 2008 - 11:08 PM

Mr Nikolay who factory this monitor and your web . thank
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#5 Nikolay Kerezov

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Posted 29 October 2008 - 12:36 AM

Hi guys,
It is not modified,its something I have designed for myself.
Become really good piece ,so I mea try to find someone to manufacture more than one(maybe the SDI version)
For now it is obvious that is single piece ,thing like not really good anodizing or so.
I will try to compare and post a pictures with the famous UK monitor!
My Best Regards!




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#6 Nikolay Kerezov

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Posted 31 October 2008 - 08:21 AM

Here is the comparison I've done with the famous UK monitor today on full sun at 13.00pm.
The "NEW"monitor is set to different color balance ,but I didn't notice it before.
Seeing this test with my own eyes show me only that my monitor is SHARPER than the other.
Enjoy!
Cheers!
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#7 Nikolay Kerezov

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Posted 08 January 2009 - 06:01 AM

Happy New Year Guys!!!!!
As I promise, I have found people to produce the HD/SD-SDI version of the monitor.I have also change the design a bit.The result was AMAZING!!!
I had the chance to try the prototype on few HD cameras(including RED) and the result is ways better than I was expecting.Stunning picture quality,100% visibility in direct sunlight.....so far the best I've test.
The first piece will be ready within the end of this month,then I'll post picture and specs.Orders will be made within 40 days.
Best From me!
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