The search for greater resolution in an affordable monitor has culminated with BenQ’s new 27-inch “design monitor,” the BL2711U 4K UHD display. It is aimed at professionals, as well as those enthusiasts looking to bring a 3840 x 2160 resolution to video, CAD/CAM, animation, and graphic image manipulation.
The PIX-E5 brings great technology on top of a camera. Virtually all you would want from a monitor is here with the PIX-E series, with the PIX-E5 being the smallest, yet capable. Body aside, the processing power that will allow Apple ProRes 4444 XQ video to be recorded is excellent.
A recent documentary and wedding shoot thrusted me front, dead center on one of the important issues confronting a serious videographer- video monitoring away from the camcorder. We are all used to looking at the viewfinder or LCD monitor up close, but Im referring to monitoring what the camera is seeing- AWAY from from the camcorder- the way the professionals do it.
In my documentary shoot I was using a new product from CoolJib that allows you to extend your camcorder or DSLR as much as 6 feet away from your body, and control the camera with true jib tilting/panning mode. A provided 5-in HD monitor was tethered to the camcorder by way of the HDMI cable. While the HD monitor was good for showing me what the cameramy HD camcorder was shooting at, I wished it had been slightly larger, like 7-in diagonal. And I only got about one hour of monitor on-time using brand new AA alkaline batteries! Luckily, I had spare batteries, but it was just too inconvenient to exchange them that frequently. There must be a better solution, I thought!
Im using the canon 5D with the Marshal Electronics v-lcd-50-hdmi monitor. all before it was workin fine, now all of a sudden wen i try to record video with the monitor connected it responds as if my CF card is too slow by shutting down the recording within 5 seconds every time. if i disconnect the monitor it works fine. it was working with the monitor all along up until yesterday can anyone please help. and yes i do see that lil icon on the side that indicates that its about to shut down wen the lights hit the top
I'm trying to find out how to do this without loosing quality. I've got to make a product show for my friend when he goes to his presentation. The video will run from a DVD to a Monitor via a HDMI to DVI cable.
Yet it seems this method causes to much quality to be lost. I'm not sure what video setup I should use.
For instance PAL DV 720x576 (16:9) which has the 1.4 pixel aspect ratio OR