Video Monitors

by Zack Young ·Posted
The monumental growth of live streaming in the past few years has led to creators building portable studio setups to bring to events, conferences, and other locations. Rackmount monitors provide a space-saving method for multi-camera shoots, letting users look at all their video feeds from a central location. Elvid’s StudioVision lineup continues to innovate in this space, with a new Triple 5" Full HD Rackmount
by Stepan Andranikian ·Posted
The monitoring process is a crucial element of any production―it offers directors and cinematographers a glimpse of what the end product will look like and allows them to make necessary adjustments efficiently and effectively. Without proper monitoring, frame composition will suffer, and mistakes made in the filming process will be more prevalent during post-production. It isn’t uncommon for inexperienced filmmakers to fall short of providing themselves with adequate monitoring solutions during the filmmaking process. Be it from budgetary
by Jennifer Hahn ·Posted
Hollyland has arrived at NAB 2023 with a new and updated set of products to make livestreamers very happy. The brand has now entered the camera arena with the new Venuss Pro and Venuss Air Live streaming cameras, which provide quick and easy setup and HD video capture for livestreamers. Meanwhile, the Mars M1 Pro updates the original M1 with a larger 7" screen and adds USB-C output and a dual L-series battery plate. Venuss Pro and Venuss Air The size of a small camcorder or block camera, the new Venuss Pro 1080p HD streaming camera is designed
by Jennifer Hahn ·Posted
Step up your on-camera monitor rig with professional features using the new Atomos Ninja V Pro Kit, for high-resolution 4K video recording as well as livestreaming your production to the Internet. The kit provides your independent documentary or mobile broadcast production with the Ninja V 5" 4K HDMI recording monitor, a workhorse display
by Mary Latvis ·Posted
Impress your video-shooting loved one, or treat yourself to the gift of an on-board monitor. Mirrorless cameras, DSLRs, and action cameras are popular, compact choices for capturing video, but most lack a good-sized, high-resolution display screen. Look to "on-board" or "on-camera" monitors to fill the gap—most offer 5 to 7" display screens, with some also doing double duty as recording devices. These compact monitors also provide a crucial window into your shot for a camera assistant, director, dolly grip, sound mixer, crane operator, or
by BH Online Videos ·Posted
In the following video, Mia McCormick takes a look at the PB287Q 28" 4K monitor from ASUS, and explains why it makes a great addition to the studio of any videographer or graphic artist working with high-resolution content. Using sample footage from the Blackmagic Production Camera 4K and Panasonic GH4, McCormick showcases the monitor’s 3840 x 2160 resolution TN screen with WLED backlight, including 10-bit color and fast 1ms gray-to-gray time