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  1. I know that there are a lot of these out there that are getting shelved as HD wireless monitors have taken over. Hoping that someone has one to sell for a reasonable price. I would like to add to my Arri 416 kit, which I offer at an very low rate so as to keep filmmaking on film affordable. Would be a bonus if located in NY. Please PM me.
  2. Hi gang, I once worked with a shooter who had an F55 hooked up to a cheap computer monitor and I wonder what type it was and how it would be possible. The camera was shooting 4k I know that for sure but not sure if it was outputting 4k. Any know of a computer monitor that has sdi inputs? Or did he maybe have a converter from sdi to hdmi? Any thoughts or tips for a decent set up that wont cost the earth.. Thanks, Adam Dodd.
  3. FOR SALE 2nd HAND TV-LOGIC 5.6" LCD MONITOR - TV Logic 5.6” LCD HD/SD-SDI HDMI Reference monitor with waveform - TV Logic Battery Bracket - TV Logic Acrylic Filter - Hoodman 5.6” Monitor Hood - TV Logic D-Tap to mini XLR power cable - TV Logic Lemo RED to mini XLR power cable - TV Logic Lemo ARRI to mini XLR power cable PRICE: 1.100 USD
  4. Hey guys I have a pile of gear for sale. The reason for sale is that I barely use the gear. Here's a list Bartech wireless FF/ with Heden Motor and extra gear drives Kit. $1800 K5600 Jokerbug 400 HMI $1200 K5600 Jokerbug 200 HMI $1000 Steadicam pilot - $1000 Kinotehnik LCDVF $500 Cinestar 8 $2000 U7 motors X8 $75-each Carl Ziess Cinemiser OLED $350 Wireless transmitters And much more..... Make your offers reasonable. all my gear is in decent shape and mildly used. PM me for more pictures as the site won't let me upload everything here. Goodluck
  5. Hey everybody, I've seen that in all TV logic focus assist menu there is an option that says "focus assist level", with the possibility of dealing numbers (in % as measuring unit) that I can see change the sensitivity of the device. I was wondering how should the level be changed according to the scene brightness for example. I've realized most times the device reads everything like if it was in focus when clearly it is not and I was wondering if anybody had tips/workflow to share on how regulate and use the focus assist function in the best way to take advantage of it because most times I fin
  6. IBC 2015, Stand E55, Hall 11 Amsterdam, Netherlands (9 September 2015) - Paralinx today announced Ace, a compact and affordable point-to-point wireless monitoring system that fits perfectly with the run-and-gun nature of today's filmmaking environment. The first glimpse of the all-new Ace will be at the IBC trade show in the Vitec Group booth (11.E55). Ace offers numerous improvements over Paralinx's original Arrow product line, including improved signal robustness and a tougher physical design. The Ace transmitter and receiver units feature a lightweight, rugged enclosure made from A
  7. Hello all, As I've been expanding my crew and becoming more involved with just directing actors, I've been looking to buy an external monitor for my BMPCC so I won't have to work back and forth to check shots. My question is, do any of you guys have a suggestion for an external monitor for the Blackmagic that is under the price of $200? Thanks! John
  8. Hey guys I have a pile of gear for sale. The reason for sale is that I barely use the gear. Here's a list of some available items. Bartech wireless FF/ with Heden Motor and extra gear drives Kit. $1800 - SOLD K5600 Jokerbug 400 HMI $1200 K5600 Jokerbug 200 HMI $1000 Steadicam pilot - $1000 Kinotehnik LCDVF $500 Cinestar 8 $2000 U7 motors X8 $75-each Carl Ziess Cinemiser OLED $350 Wireless transmitters And much more..... See link for some pictures. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/h5no4caa36clp6l/AAB7VX7DfiQlx7nhY9sAxotma?dl=0 Make your offers reasonable. all my gear is in decent s
  9. Hi everybody, I'm trying to really get the difference between RGB and YCbCR. The problem is that I cannot find a consistent answer to this question. From what I know they are both signals. I know that RGB is always a 4:4:4 signal while YCbCr can be subsapled in different ways. I also know that YCbCr is originated by the RGB because this last signak is redundant so (what does ut exactly mean?). I also would like to know the difference between a 4:4:4 RGB and a 4:4:4 YCbCr, don't they both have the maximum chroma and luminance sampling possible? Thanks so much!
  10. Hi everybody, I'm still a student and I've never connected a camera to a monitor through a wireless device (I know really common one is the teradek beam). I've tried to look for tutorial but nothing valuable came out. I'll be on a shoot next week that is gonna use ione and I'd like to be prepared so I'm asking for help out here. Another thing I'd like to know is how the wireless follow focus would be connectd to a camera. I also ran into terms like decoder and encoder and I'm looking for an understandable answer to what the difference is. Thanks so much for your help!
  11. Hello I'm selling my Transvideo StarliteHD OLED Monitor which is practically brand new (only used on a couple of indoor shoots). It is working perfectly and has absolutely no sign of wear. Asking for $1,500.00 Truly amazing little monitor but unfortunately I need something with HDMI. Only a couple of months old, check the attached invoice. Located in LA Thank you!
  12. For sale TV Logic 7'' Field Monitor LVM-074W Comes with Porta Brace Hood and back-mounted Anton-Bauer mounting plate. 1250 Canadian dollars http://www.tvlogic.tv/Monitors/M_Spec.asp?sidx=33
  13. Company Brings Quality Field Monitors To Vitec Product line-up LONDON (December 11, 2014) - The Vitec Group today announced that it has acquired SmallHD, the North Carolina company known for its high-quality, high-definition, on-camera field monitors used by videographers, cinematographers, camera assistants and other creative professionals across the filmmaking world. SmallHD will be incorporated into the Vitec Group's Videocom division, complementing its existing brands. SmallHD pioneered the design and manufacture of rugged, future-proofed field monitors based on the company's exper
  14. I'm going to at last get a monitor, not just for the bigger display, but for the focus peaking and zebras (to name just a couple of reasons why). Now the first question I need to resolve, is do I get just a monitor by itself (such as one of the SmallHD monitors) or get a combined monitor/recorder (such as from Atomos). Currently my situation is I'm using a Nikon D5200 plus a BMPCC that has just arrived with future upgrading plans of maybe perhaps getting a Panasonic GH4 in a few months from now. (slim possibility it might be instead a Sony A7S, or even a Samsung NX1. Could even be som
  15. This is my first time to come to this forum, nice to meet you! I have a question about a monitor to be set in a film production. I have a 27-inch monitor, how can I set up the monitor steadily so that it is easy for the director to view it? I am looking for this type of monitor case (photo attached), however there is no products for 27-inch monitor. So, I want to ask for any suggestion or experience of setting a large monitor in a film production, and hopefully there are some photos for reference, thank you so much!
  16. I'm looking to build a video carts which a 27" monitor is set on it for fim production purpose. (similar to Image attached) Some question I have: 1. Which brand is cheap but good quality, any suggestions? 2. What kind of essential accessories or products I need to buy or prepare? 3. How can the monitor be set steadily on the video carts? 4. Anything else I should know? Thanks in advance for any info you would like to provide.
  17. Hi, selling an Eizo CG275W 27" Pro LCD Monitor which has just been professionally calibrated. Monitor is still under general warranty until mid of 2017. Comes with original box. The CG275W has an internal meter that can be used for auto-self-calibration so that the screen always stays color accurate. Screen is in MINT condition and is located in Los Angeles but can ship within US. Specs Technology LCD Type H-IPS Backlight type WCG-CCFL Size 27" / 68 cm (684 mm diagonal) Native Resolution 2560 x 1440 (16:9 aspect ratio) @ 60Hz Display Size (H x V) 596.7 x 335.6 mm Pixel Pitch 0.2331 x 0.23
  18. Title says it all. I'm shopping for a rental house and we're trying to pick up as much used gear (in great condition) as we can, before purchasing anything new. If anyone has leads on people who might be selling the following items, please let me know! 5D Mk. III TV Logic 5.6" Monitor Arri MFF-2 Bartech Package 17" Panny Sachtler Video 18 1x1 Litepanel Bi-Color 4x4 Kinos Arri Softbank IV Kit Diva 400 kit
  19. Flanders LM-1770 W Hood & Rain Cover VESA to C-Stand Adapter Custom Cut Pelican 1550 $ 1,500.00 All items are in great condition and very well cared for. Please contact Tim Lovasen 310.251.2658 timlovasen@gmail.com
  20. Flanders LM-0750 W with Hood and Custom Cut Pelican 1520 $ 1,100.00 All items are in great condition and very well cared for. Please contact Tim Lovasen 310.251.2658 timlovasen@gmail.com
  21. Canon's 30-Inch 10-Bit IPS LCD Display Features a 16:10 Aspect Ratio, 4096 x 2560 Resolution Full RGB-Array Scanning, and a Backlit Panel to Deliver Precision Color and DCI Standards Compatibility MELVILLE, N.Y., November 6, 2013 – As motion picture, television and commercial production continues to transition to ever-higher resolution digital video and CGI (computer graphic imaging) formats, color-grading and postproduction professionals increasingly rely on reference displays with exceptional detail, color and gradation accuracy. Developed in response to this trend is the new DP-V3010 4K
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