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Practical 1990s beige 15" VGA computer monitor on swivel stand

Practical 1990s beige 15
Practical 1990s beige 15
Practical 1990s beige 15

Fully working & with good contrast & brightness for its age. This was typical of second generation VGA monitors from the 1990s - actually manufactured in 1994. These monitors used the newly introduced Flat Square Tubes which reduced the curvature of the front glass. Over time, CRT monitors went up & up in size through the 1990s until flat screens arrived. Maximum resolution is 800 x 600. Has a ball & socket stand so can be swiveled & tilted to optimise viewing.

Please note that by default the screens of CRT type monitors are likely to flicker or show roll bars when filmed unless special measures are taken. You REALLY REALLY need a Director Of Photography who is aware of the technicalities involved if you don't want to waste time & footage both on set & in post production. We will not refund hires where assumptions have been made that filming CRTs is a doddle.

Prop ID: 3022

Width: 36 cm

Height: 40 cm

Depth: 40 cm

Age: 1990s

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