Camera mounted LCD ENG monitor

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by Bill Fright, Nov 28, 2005.

  1. Bill Fright

    Bill Fright Guest

    Hey All,

    A while back someone posted a nice camera mounted LCD monitor and I'd
    appreciate a link to the company. My last one was a marshall and it
    failed rather quickly. I'm going to power it right off the main battery
    rig. I'm using a D30 camera so I'd like bnc instead of rca.

    Thanks in advance.
    Bill Fright, Nov 28, 2005
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  2. Bill Fright

    Bill Fright Guest

    sorry I forgot to add 16:9 4:3 switchable
    Bill Fright, Nov 28, 2005
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    Mike Kujbida Guest

    B&H has various Delvcam, Glidecam & Varizoom models at
    Was it one of these?

    Mike Kujbida, Nov 29, 2005
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    Rôgêr Guest

    Can you see these in daylight?
    Rôgêr, Nov 29, 2005
  5. Bill Fright

    Bill Fright Guest

    Thanks Mike,

    Yeah I went to B&H too but the only 16:9 switchable was out of stock. I
    DID find the one that was posted here late yesterday. It's on the right
    of this page.

    I talked to the guy and he's waiting for screens to be shipped so he can
    assemble. I'm going to probably buy one when they come out but in the
    meantime I'm buying this one.

    and back order this kit for it. TC7-cam. It's a multicable for Anton
    power tap, audio and BnC. It also has a hood but I'll probably not
    bother to lug it around.

    Thanks again,
    Bill Fright, Nov 29, 2005
  6. Bill Fright

    Bill Fright Guest

    Can you see any monitor in daylight? It's all about the shading. In the
    past I've used black wrap to make a hood and that worked pretty well. I
    also made an upside down mount for the rear of the camera plate where
    there is naturally shade. The use for these little monitors is when you
    have to pack up your gear and get on an airplane. Lugging my 9" iki or
    sony and letting the samsonite gorilla toss it around is very
    unappealing!!! Rolling my 80lb light kit around is enough to make me
    look at making things lighter any way I can.
    Bill Fright, Nov 29, 2005
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