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Considerations when renting a video preview monitor
When you are filming a short film, a feature, or a live broadcast, you need to know what the camera is seeing if you hope to have good results. The way to do this is with video preview monitors that you can connect to your cameras and other gear. You can see what’s happening on the camera, and then make adjustments when filming to ensure you get the shots that you want.
 
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LG BH100 High-Definition HD DVD/Blu-ray Player

Blending the latest technologies and offering unprecedented flexibility to consumers seeking the convenience of playing both Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD high-definition content, LG Electronics, a leader i ...
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Sony DVP-NS300 DVD Player

A great deal for a great DVD player from Sony! Precision Drive 2 provides the best quality playback of any CD or DVD even if it’s in less than perfect condition. Equipped with Component Video Ou ...
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Sony DVP-NC665P DVD PLayer

Sony's five-disc, progressive-scan DVP-NC665P/B DVD player gives you all the convenience of a carousel changer--continuous playback, play exchange, dual-format DVD/CD performance--as well as quali ...
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Samsung BD-P3600 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player

You can experience exciting high-definition images and the highest quality audio on the market with the BD-P3600 Blu-ray player. It supports instantly stream movies and music with wireless networking. ...
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Sony DVP-S360 DVD Player

Sony's DVP-S360 DVD player is built on the patented Precision Drive system with Active Tilt control. It features a 10-bit video digital-to-analog converter with 27 MHz processing, and 96 kHz, 24-b ...
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Toshiba SD-5915 DVD Player

The SD-5915 DVD player from Toshiba features a five-disc DVD changer and a spectacular viewing experience. Loaded with powerful audio and video processors, you can enjoy your favorite DVDs more than e ...
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Features of video preview monitors

Quality and reliability are very important when it comes to these monitors. You want them to work reliably and to provide an accurate depiction of what the camera is picking up and seeing at all times. You also have to consider whether you want a single monitor system, or a setup that contains dual rackmount monitors. You could always rent several of the single monitors if you prefer.

Check to see the resolution of the monitors as well. The higher the resolution the better in most cases, but if you are merely using them to position your shots, a high resolution might not matter as much. Keep in mind that with the dual monitors on a single rack, the resolution is generally going to be lower than the single monitors.
 

How video preview monitors work

There are a number of different sizes and styles available when it comes to these monitors. You could choose a dual rackmount monitor system. These will generally have two monitors of the same size attached to a single rack. Alternatively, there are single monitors that might work better for you. One of the benefits of the single monitors is that they are generally larger, so if you need to have a bigger view of what the camera is seeing, they could be a good option.

You can connect cameras and playback devices to the monitor and then watch through them. They have many of the same controls as a computer monitor or even a television would have. One of the differences is that these monitors will also often have screen safe areas, and functions to help with focus.
 

Video Preview Monitor Manufacturers

Some of the most popular manufacturers making these types of monitors today include Blackmagic, Elvid, and Sony.
 

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