Computer CRT monitors are notoriously troublesome to film without showing annoying roll bars running up the screen due to the interaction between the CRT refresh rate & the camera frame rate. This is a typical beige CRT monitor of the 1990s which has had a modern TFT flat screen carefully grafted in to replace the troublesome, heavy, old & power hungry tube. This means that the screen can be filmed directly without genlock or roll bar issues. Screen resolution up to 1024 x 768. Plugs into a standard PC VGA port so that any computer can be used to display data screens & not just pretty pictures as shown. Can also be fed from our media players. Monitor is mounted on a ball & socket stand so the screen can be easily rotated or swivelled up/down.
Prop ID: 2318