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#1 Arnaud M. St Martin de Veyran

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Posted 12 September 2006 - 04:26 PM

Hi everybody,

I just have a very quick question :

What kind of screen will suit me the best if i'm shooting video like DV and would like to be able to shoot carachters and screens in the same frame... I mean, having a whole of screens and a presenter for example ?

I'm wondering this cause i saw a DP shooting drama scene in HDcam and having video projeted on plasma...or LCD ? I don't know :blink:

I don't want to the see a artefacts or a bar coming along the video i'm projected on the monitor(LCD or Plasma).

Thanks in advance.

I hope i can make myself understandable...
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#2 Daniel Sheehy

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Posted 12 September 2006 - 09:13 PM

Hi

Plasma screens are supposed to have better viewing angles, but are subject to burn-in and are quite expensive.
LCD screens are cheaper and don't suffer (as much) from burn-in, but have a narrower view angle.

With either, you'll probably have to match your lighting to cope with the display intensities... they drown out easily.
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#3 Arnaud M. St Martin de Veyran

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Posted 13 September 2006 - 07:03 AM

Thanks !

It was the answer i was looking for.
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