(PRWEB) July 26, 2015
“PIX-E” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly Tech Report, which features the latest and coolest technology products available to consumers. Amanda Forstrom, a technology expert and special reporter for NewsWatch, conducted the review and shared with viewers how this series of devices gives videographers the ability to monitor and record video at much higher resolution and quality than a typical camera.
Cameras have advanced in quality in leaps and bounds over the last few years but one thing that fails to keep up is the in-camera video display. That’s why videographers use monitors. The Video Devices PIX-E Series are a range of camera-mount HDMI and SDI recording monitors that give videographers the ability to monitor and record video at much higher resolution and quality than a typical camera.
There are three models available for different cameras. There are two 5 inch models perfect for small DSLR or mirrorless cameras, and a 7 inch, ideal for use with larger professional cameras. The 5 inch PIX-Es are the most compact 4k recording monitor. Their high resolution screen combined with their unique TapZoom technology gives users fast and accurate focusing capability. Users need to simply tap the area of interest to zoom in and drag to follow a moving target.
The PIX-E's also provides a full range of focus, exposure and framing tools but the real bonus feature is their ability to record 4k in super high quality Apple ProRes. PIX-E's go on sale this summer and range online from $1200 to $1600.
To learn more, visit videodevices.com today.
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