[Tig] LCD Monitor
janet at shootersinc.com
Thu Jul 8 15:32:05 BST 2010
Just wondering if anyone has seen the Flanders Scientific monitor?
The higher end model, LM-2470W is the one I am interested in, and how
it compares to the Cinetal.
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On Jun 24, 2010, at 11:27 AM, Micah Kirz wrote:
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> Subject: LCD Monitor
>> From what information I have gathered ......
> the setup I see In NYC is Panasonic TH-50PF11UK on the wall for the
> with the Cine-tal Davio SDI->HDMI converter box. With a cine-tal 24"
> for the
> colorist... All Calibrated with cine-tal video Calibration library
> and the
> Hubble colorimeter.
> I think that I am going to bye pass the Davio converter box and the
> LCD...and go with just the one monitor.
> As I stand right now, my setup will be
> Panasonic TH-50PF11UK $ 2300
> Panasonic Dual Link High Definition Plug Board TYFB11DHD $ 2300
> LightSpace CMS program and Hubbel probe $ 7000
> This is just my opinion and my change in an hr or so...
> Micah Kirz
> Senior Colorist / Head of Telecine & Digital Intermediate
> Point.360 New York
> 227 East 45th Street
> NYC 10017
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> micah at micahkirz.com
> LCD GradeA
> I have an Eizo for pur TK room. When the Sony 32" died we looked
> around. Every monitor had plus and minus but the Eizo felt like a good
> compromise for price and performance.
> It has a tiny bit of colorshift tarwards green when you go far off
> axis. But so far no problems due to that. But in SD it looks crap, so
> we view in HD :)
> Two other bad thongs about it;
> The menu suck and of you don't know what you are doing it is easy to
> mess it up. Bit atleast we know what we are doing, sometimes.
> The other this is that the Monitor foot is able to rotate. A good
> feature you might think. But it doesn't have a lock for straight so it
> might fall a few degrees and then your DoP wants to start rotating the
> image cus he thinks the camera wasn't level :)
> Can be fixed with ducktape or a nailgun though.
> Plasma setup
> How do you connect and setup the Panasonic Plasma? It is SDI?
> How do you calibrate it, are you using the setting inside or do you
> have a Davio between and profile it in there?
> Is that Plasma the one that everyone is using? I thought it was
> beening taken out of market soon.
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