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Intro image for article Universal Mounting Solutions with the Cameo VESA Mount
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The Cameo VESA Mount System by CameoGear is a modular mounting solution for production monitors. We think it's so useful for productions, that we've incorporated it, and many other CameoGear accessories, into our rental fleet.
Intro image for article NAB 2019: SmallHD Cine 7
Tech News
I spent time in the Creative Solutions booth at NAB 2019 with Greg Smokler talking about SmallHD’s new Cine 7 monitor. This monitor features the familiar 7” form factor you may know from other SmallHD monitors, such as the 702, but adds some great new features including a touchscreen, high maximum brightness (1800 nits) and DCI-P3 color reproduction.
Intro image for article NAB 2019: Atomos Shogun 7
Tech News
It’s always a ton of fun to hear Atomos CEO Jeromy Young talk about his company’s new products. Our NAB 2019 discussion, beginning with the new display technologies Atomos has integrated into their just announced Shogun 7 monitor/recorder, was no exception.
Intro image for article Atomos Announces New Shinobi On-Camera Monitor
Tech News
New from Atomos is the Shinobi, a lightweight 5.2” on-camera HDMI monitor with a touchscreen and 1000 nit maximum brightness level. Just 1” thin and weighing a mere 7 oz (without battery), the Shinobi takes square aim at the under-$500, thin and light on-camera display market, while packing some serious pro-level heft. Equally lightweight is Shinobi’s price: only $399.
Intro image for article Testing the New TVLogic F-7H HDR Monitor in the Field
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I was excited to get my hands on the new TVLogic F-7H 7” HDR Field Monitor, having read about its 1920x1080 resolution display and extremely powerful backlight. In fact, the F-7H boasts an eye-watering 3,600 NIT maximum brightness that makes it the brightest 7" screen on the market right now, besting TVLogic’s previous models by over 1,000 NITs.
Intro image for article At the Bench: A Closer Look at the SmallHD 1300 Series Field Monitor
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Recently I had the chance to take a closer look at the SmallHD 1303 HDR monitor. This 1500 nit 13” 1080p monitor is exceptional for field work. In this video, I take a look at the build, menu set up, and LUT functionality. 
Intro image for article At the Bench: Teradek Serv Pro for Multi-Cam
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The Teradek Serv Pro has become a favorite for on-set wireless video monitoring. The Serv Pro is not unlike the original Teradek Cube in that it is a video encoder allowing for video streaming over a network. The Serv Pro is specifically built for on-set use to quickly and easily deliver video to an iOS or Android device via Teradek's free VUER app.
Intro image for article At the Bench: SmallHD OS3
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The SmallHD OS3 update is the largest single rollout of new features for SmallHD monitoring solutions to date. Compatible with almost all of their monitors, it adds a ton of new features to their product line.
Intro image for article At the Bench: ATOMOS SUMO19 & SUMO19M
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The SUMO19 (Monitor/Recorder), and SUMO19M (Monitor), represent a new form factor in the growing line of recording and monitoring solutions from ATOMOS. With the need for more accurate monitoring and recording solutions for today's digital cinema cameras (that are capable of capturing and outputting HDR imagery), the SUMO19 and SUMO19M help content producers more accurately work with their camera systems.