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Header image for article AbelCine Announced as Official Reseller for Transvideo Monitors

AbelCine Announced as Official Reseller for Transvideo Monitors

We are pleased to announce that we are now resellers of Transvideo monitors. Transvideo designs and manufacturers LCD flat-panel monitors, video-assist accessories, format converters, wireless video-transmission systems for HD and SD, and camera accessories.

Transvideo monitors are popular with many camera operators, offering built-in tools and smaller monitors to work with more compact camera systems, especially the wireless-video transmission and the Starlite HD. Be sure to contact AbelCine Sales to learn more about Transvideo monitors.

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