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#1 charlie ricottone

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Posted 17 February 2016 - 12:55 PM

just wondering if anybody has any experience with both of these monitors? im leaning towards the dp7 as it has better contrast and colour but im wondering if anybody has any opinions regarding these two?
 
i've ran into some trouble with a used dp7 oled purchase from adorama. they shipped me a defective unit and the exchange process has been brutal since im in canada and already paid duties. they dont have a comparable used unit to replace the defective one so im weighing my options and considering just getting a 702. i love the image off the dp7 oled but im thinking it might just be easier to get a 702 at this point. what do you think?

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#2 Timothy Spencer

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Posted 17 February 2016 - 05:15 PM

Hi Charlie,

I currently own both monitors .As a focus puller i prefer the 702 as it has less features and and is a bit lighter for hand holding. I have had great service from small Hd and i am contemplating selling my DP7 OLED . The DP7 OLED is a fantastic monitor if you are a DP.


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#3 Aidan Gray

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Posted 17 February 2016 - 08:58 PM

I've never gotten a chance to AC with the 702, but a DP I work with just bought one for his Ursa and he's in love. He says its been a while since he's found an on-camera monitor he's been that happy with. 


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