The servo zoom is not capable of a creeping zoom with a perfect ramp up lika a Fujinon / Canon broadcast lens.
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11-10-2011, 08:54 AM
I have the HPX500 and the HPX250. Just compared shots from monthly commericals I do and the 250 does have higher resolution.
Female talent love the images from the 500 though, makes them look...
11-06-2011, 02:51 PM
The time stamp is just there to be there, why not put it right down on the bottom?
No need for title safe positioning with modern monitors and PC playback.
The ultralight is quite different from the cine arm, the cine arm has one tightening lever or knob for 3 points of articulation.
The ulftralight has an adjusting knob at each of its joints, It...
10-02-2011, 02:48 PM
The Manfrotto 521PFI
275 degree range on the focus knob
You can even choose your close and far range for the entire turn of the focus knob.
I have the 40 mount. You can balance the monitor over the stand so it is not off balance. It is expensive, but well worth it.
Very sturdy and well made. Easy to adjust and lock down.
The Matthews monitor mount looks good.
I am using a VFGADGETS.com mount for a 17" Panasonic monitor, very robust.
02-23-2011, 03:43 PM
The HVX battery solution is really nice, existing battery and charger that runs it for quite a long time. This is a great monitor.
But the firmware update system is a real negative. I have...
That is a A series as indicated in the part number with the AG at the end. R series end in RG.
They are just using a generic pic without the series indication on it.
09-18-2009, 08:05 AM
That is the exact one I use. Running 64 bit...
09-17-2009, 08:25 AM
I just installed a p2 card reader in a new windows 7 system and it works great.
It looked like this one you had listed:
Yes, I am running Windows 7 and have a generic P2 reader. Editing with CS4. Works fine.
Here's a good modern PCIe card:
02-05-2009, 11:16 AM
I installed rods on a HPX500 and discovered the right rod is in the way of inserting the remote lens connection on a Canon J15x8. I am wondering if
all broadcast lenses have this problem, or is it...
I use a Port-a-jib and it is excellent quality - have had it for 15 years and it is still like new, so this was a purchase that was well worth it. The HPX is a much lighter camera than my old...
Tinsley bought Century Precision optics - and that's when Century had these Tinsley desgned lenses, then Tinsley sold Century to Schneider, and now they don't have the tinsley asphere lenses...
I use the the .5 for exaggerated wide angle effects. It is a big lens though. And it can flare very easily - it is hard to shade the big front element. It really works great for that in your face...
You do need a Universal Back plate plus the mounting kit. Do you just have the plate that the box attaches to? The Back Plate is a large U shaped plate with a little right angle bend on the side...
Yes, you take the Gold Mount off, and then align the gold mount over the AB wireless mount plate with the 4 screws going through the gold mount and the wireless mount plate into the Panasonic...
In order to mount the plate on the HPX500 the same holes for the gold mount are used through the AB mount plate. It is quite a bit different from the betacam mounts where you mount the AB plate...
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