What to Consider Before Purchasing a Camera Monitor?


Before purchasing an external monitor, there are several factors you should take into account, the first of which is whether your camera can output clean video.If your camera cannot output video, the camera monitor will not work.(If so, we suggest more compatible options, such as dedicated loupes and magnifiers, which will make it easier to view your work during the shoot.)

The second consideration is basic compatibility. You'll have issues if your monitor requires HDMI and your camera only has USB. Adapters may work, but an older connector type, such as USB, may limit resolution at best. Besides, some monitors only use SDI, you should make it clear when choosing.

However, you won't have to worry as much if you're choosing the Desview’s on camera monitors. Because all on camera monitors sold on the official website and Amazon's official store are equipped with HDMI and USB ports.

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