HDMI switcher at ALDI

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H and M Video
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Latest at ALDI. This might of interest to some people.

http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/2827_11298.htm?WT.mc_id=2009-09-21-16-02

Harry

PC Specialist 3Gz Dual Core, Premiere CS3, Encore CS3, After Effects CS3, Matrox RT.X2, Panasonic HD HS-300, Z1E & PMW-EX3 Cams.
 
Now with a PC Specialist Quad Core i7-3770, 16GB RAM, 180GB SSD, GeForce GTX560 Ti Graphics Card, Blu-Ray & DVD R/W Burners and can't wait to set it up. Now up and running.  What a difference in Blu-Ray footage.

harlequin
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cheers

Gary MacKenzie

sepulce@hotmail.com ( an account only used for forum messages )

Thinkserver TS140 , 750ti Graphics card  & LG 27" uws led backlight , Edius 8

Humax Foxsat HD Pvr / Humax Fox T2 dvbt

Barry Hunter
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Bought one of those from Keene some time back, works well!

Barry Hunter videos4all.org

Z Cheema
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Also comming up is a nice flat led work light from Lidl £9.99 28 Sept

http://www.lidl.co.uk/uk/home.nsf/pages/c.o.20090928.p.LED_Work_Light.ar2

Alan Roberts
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The spec says it supports 1080p/i, 720p, 480p/i (i.e.NTSC rate). No mention of 57 (i.e. PAL rate). So, is it a 60Hz-only box or is it properly universal?

Get my test cards document, and cards for 625, 525, 720 and 1080. Thanks to Gavin Gration for hosting them.
Camera settings documents are held by Daniel Browning and at the EBU
My book, 'Circles of Confusion' is available here.
Also EBU Tech.3335 tells how to test cameras, and R.118 tells how to use the results.