I have a 19" HP vs19b @1280x1024 that works OK as far as viewing video footage, I'm thinking about upgrading to a 22". Specs for the Samsung 226BW. I sure would appreciate some comments, advice, and input on this.
Samsung 226BW 22"
Panel Viewable area 22" Wide
Pixel Pitch(mm) 0.282 x 0.282
Brightness(cd/m²(typ.) 300 cd/§³
Contrast Ratio(typ.) 1000:1(DC 3000:1)
Viewing Angle(H/V) 160°/160°ª
Response Time(ms)(typ.) 2(GTG)
Frequency Horizontal Frequency(kHz) 30~81
Vertical Frequency(Hz) 56-75
Maximum Resolution 1680x1050
Color Supported 16.7M
Signal Input Input Video Signal Analog RGB, DVI
Sync. Type Separate H/V, Composite , SOG
Input Connectors 15pin D-sub, DVI-D
Plug & Play DDC 2B
USB powered hub option X
Mac compatibility O
Power On Mode 55W
DPMS Mode <1W
Multimedia Speakers X
Wall-Mount VESA 100mm
Cabinet Color Black High Glossy
Other include accessories
Dimension Set(W*H*D)(mm) (with stand) 514.6*422.0*219.3
Set(W*H*D)(mm) (w/o stand) 514.6*63.0*353.3
Weight Set(kg) 4.9
Special Features .DVI(HDCP) .MagicBright3 .Black High Glossy
Stand Type Simple
Function Swivel, Tilt
I have a Dell 30" LCD Monitor...... It makes editing work flow a lot easier.
Dell Ultrasharp LCD monitors got really good reviews all over in terms of price/quality. I use a Dell 2407 WFP 1920 x 1200 LCD. Check it out. Recommended!
Thanks for your reply and suggestions. I'll check out the Dell's as well. I prefer a 22" and price under $350.
with a post like this, you REALLY need to let everyone know what you want to use the monitor for!
what MAL said
when I read the title I thought it was about the kind of monitor you can setup
like in a studio, so you can clearly see what is being recorded on tape?
Anyway that is what I'm interested in. I'm going to be recording how to videos
and will be a one man band, no gaffers, grips etc, just me and my camera at a work table. I know I have to get one of those neat motorized tripods so I can
use a remote and re-aim the then zoom in for close up shotting,
but it sure would be nice to have some sort of TV to use instead of the tiny LCD
screen. I can't see that well anymore. Eyes get too tired at the end of a work day making stuff for orders and so on. But my guess is most of my videos
will be shoot in the early evening and weekends so I wont be interrupted.
I agree I thought that is what this thread was about, I am in need of a small monitor for remote filiming and having the ability to view immediately.
Originally Posted by mikemck
My goal would be to use it for still photo editing and when I get the HV20 I figured the extra real estate gained from going from a 19" to a 22" display in wide screen would also be beneficial for editing some HV20 work.
Originally Posted by Mal
For a small battery powered HD monitor with HDMI input, I don't know if there's anything yet besides this homebuilt one.
Virtually everything commercially available is no better than 480-line native, as all of these are ...
2007 June 17th, 06:11
How can I get a HDMI signal to my laptop for direct monitoring?
2007 June 17th, 16:40
Do not buy this monitor. From what i've read, there are three types of panels sold at the same price, worst of which has horrible picture. Had a chance to se it live and it was worst of the bunch.
Originally Posted by Jake Ironshirt
Last edited by Numbox; 2007 June 17th at 16:44.
2007 June 17th, 18:01
Thanks for the heads up on their different (letter)models in question...I'm still determined to get a 22" so it's back to the reviewing table and read some more.
Originally Posted by Numbox