I stand at the following decision. For the section of HD and SD image films and industrial films I'm looking for a good, low priced but synonymous average monitor. High-class is financially not possible. On the cutting room is synonymous not made for TV.
As a preview monitor, I get the chance, a very well preserved, used JVC DT-V20L3D. Alternatively, I am interested in the new Sony LMD-2110W.
http://www.sony.de/biz/product/lmd/lmd-2110w/overview or http://www.jvcpro.de/jpe/de/global/product.3145.140.html
The JVC has so I do not think the full 1920x1080 resolution. Sony well already, he also offers 10-bit?, but by the panel, some probably not so thrilled.
What would you recommend? Which BMD or AJA card, or similar you could recommend to me?
At 1080 and 720 50i 50p, he should run smoothly (; keyword 50 Hz). The color fastness not need to sit for the broadcast, but usable, at least for Image-industrial films.
Filmed with DVC PRO HD and AVC Intra 100 in 1080 50i or 720 50p. Section = Mac Pro 1.66 Xeon. Currently I have only tuned NEN HP LP2475w, the future is to monitor, as I said then used for the preview.
Antwort von P2Filmer:
so synonymous if I unfortunately could not make a NEN tip, I've now decided on the JVC monitor.
Does anyone have a favorable recommendation for a card? The BM "Decklink SDI" really ought to be enough for you? yes If only one monitor it. Did the Mac Pro Xeon Quad Core of 2009.