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Several Operators have recently purchased Transvideo 5" StarliteHD monitor/recorder for their sleds. Some use it on top of the main monitor as a return monitor/recorder. Others set it up near the batteries as a recorder and as a secondary monitor. With a viewing angle of 80º in all 4 directions the Operators sees the image when turning the head around. The 5" 16/9 StarliteHD weighs only 7 oz. We have made a bracket to mount it on top of the 6" or 8" Cinemonitors (all models). The bracket weighs 3 oz and includes a slide to position the 5" StarliteHD laterally above the 6" or 8" and preserve the left/right balance. The 5" sits exactly on top of the Cinemonitor without any gap in-between. The Built-in Recorder provides on the spot playback and peace of mind. Of course the StarliteHD includes a digital Horizon and is the perfect back-up to your main monitor. Mention this post to get your discount. Marianne Exbrayat, Transvideo International (California) firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 1 818 985 4903
I have just finished a live TV, testing my new return video system : TERADEK CLIP --> (WiFi) --> iPad on board STEADICAM (with TERADEK CLIP app) It worked like a charm, so I wanted to share. Actually, I was looking for an affordable return video system, and did not want to spend 1000$ or so for just a new monitor, not mentioning video transmitter. Designed for drones, the CLIP is a WiFi video transmitter with a delay of (only) several hundreds of ms (depending of network and obstacles), while the iPad is, as everybody know, a very versatile unit not limited to my STEADICAM uses.