Need a really bright monitor you can see in full sunlight? How about a virtual horizon for your Steadicam moves with a patented gyrostabilized electronic bubble with real-time shock compensation and acceleration compensation? OK, if that doesn't ring your bell, then how about construction that's fully sealed (no holes, no noisy fans), with precision machined aluminium housing and an anti-glare bonded screen outputting 2000 Nits?
This top-of-the-line monitor and others in the company's offering can be seen on the Transvideo International web site
The new 6” CinemonitorHD Evolution X-SBL Enhanced at the NAB 2014
From Transvideo International Press:
TRANSVIDEO INTERNATIONAL introduces at the NAB 2014 (Booth# C6443 Las Vegas April 7-10) the new 6” CinemonitorHD Evolution X-SBL Enhanced. This extremely bright monitor with a 2000 NITS backlight system is the brightest monitor available for Camera Operators. Yet, at full brightness it only draws 19W (1.6Amp at 12v).
Transvideo Enhanced anti-glare technology reduces reflections and enhances contrast. The monitor can be set in 2 operating modes either for outdoor or indoor viewing. In Xtreme Bright mode, details in both dark areas and highlights are maintained even in full sun without hood.
The basic price of the 6″ CinemonitorHD Evolution X-SBL Enhanced includes the Virtual Horizon2. The Virtual Horizon2 is the first and only electronic horizon featuring inertia/acceleration compensation and shock analyzer. The sensitivity and direction are adjustable with 6 available renditions. The display can be moved anywhere on the screen. Inertia/shock compensation can be turned off.
Transvideo new Cal-On-Tap is the fastest short cut to zero calibrate the Horizon: once the rig is set, just tap on the screen or on the Transvideo logo. Cal-On-Tap can be turned off by the Operator.
Since 1985 Transvideo provides state of the art equipment to the professional film & Video industry and the military. Transvideo has won multiple awards including a Technical Academy Award. Transvideo international has been selling and maintaining Transvideo equipment in North America for over 15 years.
Go to www.transvideo.eu/ for more information on their products.
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