Sargent, Thanks for the no

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Sargent,

Thanks for the nod on the article. I cut my teeth in the biz doing CV films so it’s an old fav’.

Just took a look at some spec’s and reviews of the NEC you’re looking at. It really seems better suited as a photography/graphics rig than one suited for the task of video editing. It’s a nice monitor btw. Here’s a review from CNET you might want to take a look at before you decide whether you’re going to keep it or not. Also, you should be able to get by the no HDMI connections with an HDMI to DV-I adapter. It may work for you as a vid monitor, but I haven’t seen anything that suggests that it would be a good choice for that kind of work.

http://reviews.cnet.com/lcd-monitors/nec-multisync-pa271w/4505-3174_7-34108768.html

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