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#1 Clint Nitkiewicz Hernandez

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Posted 02 November 2007 - 06:14 PM

Lets forget about costs for a minute. The first one can preview 1920 x 1280 native lines of resolution.
http://pro.jvc.com/p...el_id=MDL101671
And Im shooting upside down technically with the m2 adapter. So I can easily flip the monitor, but cant have an on camera monitor as I wish!

This second one, has 800 x 460 resolution, and can be flipped, but is close to 3,000
http://pro.jvc.com/p...p;feature_id=01

The third one is 800 x 460 as well, and is an onboard camera, I plan on doing several shots where I want to see each pixel, but can this cut it? Well its only 750.00.
http://www.ikancorp....000hd/index.htm

I guess is there a on camera monitor out there thats 1920x1080 so i can actually see what Im shooting? If i use a 800x460 will edges be cut off or how will that work?

Also does the hvx200 monitor is comes with mounted on the camera or the viewfinder provied 1920 x 1080 preview for each pixel? or is it 800x480 max?

Thanks.
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#2 Pete Von Tews

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Posted 02 November 2007 - 10:42 PM

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Take a look at this monitor too. It works great.
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