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any recommendations for field monitor switchable 4 X 3, 16 X 9 ?


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#1 Tim O'Connor

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Posted 16 March 2009 - 02:33 PM

I'd like to pick up an SD field production monitor, switchable 4 X 3, 16 X 9. The ability
to be battery powered would be nice but not essential. I'm open to anything from a 7" or
so screen to around 15" .

My main goal here is to have a bit of a workhorse for something than I can cover and
study more clearly than a camera LCD screen in bright sunlight or when on a jib and
not able to use EVF. My goals are checking focus, other details that are hard to see
outdoors on LCD, the switchability and economy. Blue gun, calibrating features would be
nice but for a lot of the time, this will be for run and gun stuff like for example yesterday
where I was outdoors and would have liked a monitor that I could have covered and
looked into the shadow areas of the frame.

Thanks.
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#2 Adrian Sierkowski

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Posted 16 March 2009 - 02:47 PM

Perhaps:
http://www.bhphotovi...LCCS_Color.html
http://www.bhphotovi...C_Portable.html
(not sure if aspect switchable)

just after a quick BH search.
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