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  • GrassValley_KH
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    If you're prepared to accept that the set isn't 1080 (look at its native res), that should work.

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  • NHaskett
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    Sony

    Oooops that didn't work.

    It's a Sony bravia 20" (KDL20S4000B)

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  • NHaskett
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    Your thoughts on this Sony

    Would this be a reasonable display to check the op?

    http://www.sony.com.au/homecinema/ca...CCFEQK0IIUKIV0

    Nev

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  • redgum
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    Why? Like I said, they're commercial. You can see them when they're published like others. Anyway, this is off-topic.

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  • swsw1550
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    John email me a couple, I wan't to see what you are like as a still Photographer, the ocean road ones.

    Steve

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  • swsw1550
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    I thought it said on the Auscam Forum that you take the D3 out for National Geographic, I had a look on their site and couldn't find anything, looks like I will have to try and find a news agent that sells Auscam, Pretty hard to find up here on the Sunshine Coast. As far as I can remember National Geographic are very fusy on what photo's they will put up, you have to be a fairly well known still photographer with some great shots mate to get them posted on their site or published by them.

    Steve

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  • redgum
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    Ha! ha! ha! Not a chance. But if you buy Auscam the issue after next you could be in luck. Look for Great Ocean Road.

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  • swsw1550
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    Just had a quick look John on the Auscam forum, haven't been there for over a year, I saw a post about your D3 and doing photo's for National Geographic,
    Post a link, would love to have a look at them.


    Steve

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  • redgum
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    The issue is the monitor but I would certainly like to know the outcome.

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  • msteini3
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    Originally posted by GrassValley_BH View Post
    Just because you're using an HDMI connection doesn't mean the monitor won't apply overscan.

    Since the HDMI output of HDSTORM is a video signal and not a computer signal, the monitor may still apply overscan.
    All I could do far was connecting the YUV-Input of the LG Flatron L246WH with my Sony HC1. Surprise: The LG presents a "bigger area" than the small monitor of the cam. So I suppose via YUV-Input the LG applies no overscan. The monitor of the HC1 seems to do so.

    In the next days I will get a HC3 with HDMI for testing. I´m going to report the results.

    Markus

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  • Zorro
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    Originally posted by GrassValley_BH View Post
    No, we don't have a list. It's not like manufacturers give us monitors all the time...
    Hopefully the hardware test department has some monitors around so they may give a hint.

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    No, we don't have a list. It's not like manufacturers give us monitors all the time...

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  • Zorro
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    Dear Brandon,

    Originally posted by GrassValley_BH View Post
    Just because you're using an HDMI connection doesn't mean the monitor won't apply overscan.

    Since the HDMI output of HDSTORM is a video signal and not a computer signal, the monitor may still apply overscan.
    do you have a list with monitors which won't apply overscan? TIA!

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Just because you're using an HDMI connection doesn't mean the monitor won't apply overscan.

    Since the HDMI output of HDSTORM is a video signal and not a computer signal, the monitor may still apply overscan.

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  • SRsupport
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    Then the only option is to try a different monitor. I have used the HDstorm via HDMI and I have seen no cropping.
    I have used J2k, XDCAM HD, and SD material and saw no problem on the monitor that was connected.
    So far it looks like the you are the only one seeing this?

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