Same company that have developed QuantumFilm. That should make low light cameras far more affordable with far superior image quality, the quantum film sensor that is ninety percent efficient in absorbing light as opposed to the fifty percent from CCD and CMOS sensors.
...I found out why so don't worry... I just read a website saying my gfx card is to blame, so dont worry, seems they have just released a new driver set specifically to sort out sync issues with external devices, typical.
I'm no expert on barco setups lol, so that last question may seem dumb? other thoughts was that the lappy isn't putting out enough volts to get a clean sync, or I need to switch on the barco before the lappy or visa versa, of I need to set something in my gfx setup, I'm connecting via a vga to component cables by the way. I'll keep fiddling as well lol
Hi mate, got those barco, they are in excellent nic with QFD (1.27:1) lenses so they do take all the standard lens, they turned out to be sim6 ultras so 3,000 ANSI and native UXGA resolution, with only 80 hours on the lamps.
So a real bargain, if a little heavy lol.
Just have a question, I hooked them up to a vga output from a lappy and getting some sinc issues, I think from the setup they must have been removed from, I reckon its down to the input slots setup, any idea whats the correct config? RGB CS? CV? SOG?