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Old May 2nd, 2010, 04:26 AM   #91
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Its a HANNS.mini DVB-T Portable TV.
where did you find that "arm" to attach it to your camera? Or something simulair? I'm still looking for a 7inch monitor for my canon XH-A1.
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Old June 13th, 2010, 01:11 PM   #92
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I've been looking at getting one of the Marshall LCD70XP monitors to use with my XH A1S, I'm sure I've read that others on here are using the same type of monitor, however there's one thing that I'm not too sure on (if you'll excuse a 'noobie' type question)

Creative Video Marshall Electronics V-LCD70XP-HDA-CM (VLCD70PHDACM) 7inch on Camera monitor with Composite and Component inputs and Canon Battery Mount

The monitor has component inputs, but looking at the image of the rear panel, it takes a BNC input as opposed to the RCA plug found on the end of the Canon component cable. Do people simply use an RCA>BNC adapter or is there a D-Terminal to BNC cable available anywhere?
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Old June 13th, 2010, 01:21 PM   #93
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just use 3 BNC to RCA adapters. You can leave them connected to the monitor and just disconnect the canon component cable from them. It's real easy. I do it all the time. The hassle is more related to dressing the cable itself out of the way for panning and so forth.
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Old June 13th, 2010, 01:30 PM   #94
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I thought that would probably be the case, was just wondering if I was missing something more obvious. Yes I can already see the length of the cable being a bit of a pain - will make for some interesting adventures with cable ties....!

Thanks for that!
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