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The View: Video Display Hardware and Software
Video Monitors and Media Players for field or studio use (all display technologies).

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Old June 10th, 2006, 10:56 AM   #16
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Video resolution for focusing

I see video finally has enough resolution to purge subjective focus opinions from production personel. As a former projectionist in film labs, screening prints of camera negative of multi-million dollar films in production, I can tell you that all my critical focusing and focus opinions were done by focusing on the film grain on the screen with binoculars. Likewise on location, you need a handbag/binocular devise that looks at a portion of the image electronically.
Sony isn't in the ballpark in this type of research/prototypes, right Sony?
Also, on location, always make an open angle of view of the monitor for the soundman as he usually has more insight on the production than anyone else.

Last edited by Wayne Masters; June 10th, 2006 at 10:58 AM. Reason: spelling
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