Field Monitor for XHA1

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    Dream,

    That might work in a pinch, but it’s really not designed for production. If you’re rollin’ on the cheaper end, you should take a look at some of these small mountable monitors:

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?ci=2199&N=4294545287+4293918139+4294949716+4294955547&mnp=0&mxp=1499

    Also another option is a Sony Clamshell, but you’ll have to check the reviews as to whether it’s compatible with Canon Rigs. I use a canon DV and a JVC HD rig and they work fine with it. There might be a conflict with the ‘F’ framerate the canon HD cams use. However, if you’re shooting in 1080i it might work just fine.

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/516841-REG/Sony_GVHD700_1_GV_HD700_HDV_Video_Walkman.html

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