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Playing with an unusual effect with HDMI and a monitor.
« on: August 27, 2020, 12:15:22 AM »
Most modern video cameras come with a HDMI output and while I have occasionally used it with a remote monitor, I recently tried it on a 24 inch computer monitor and it works fine. Most cameras have a playback function so you can play back video you have recorded on the camera directly to the computer monitor.

I am not sure how useful this is but you get a far better look at what is coming into the camera on a 24 inch monitor that the 3 inch screen on many cameras.
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Re: Playing with an unusual effect with HDMI and a monitor.
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2020, 01:58:29 AM »
HDMI cable is great to have when you are not at home,you can connect it to a modern tv and show your movies there for a group of people even bigger than computer screen
I dont know about your camera,but when you have a recent smartphone with lots of megapixel,you can connect directly wireless screenmirroring as playback as alternative
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