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  1. #1 Non-RED monitor with Epic 
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    I wonder if there is a way, a special cable or adapter, to be able to use the Epic with a non-RED monitor. I bought one of those cheap 7 inch sdi monitors that are available nowdays and it is both brighter as well as sharper than the RED 7 inch monitor that I bought many years ago. Using it from the SDI output does give me some camera information but I don't think it can give all. The settings are done through the side handle anyway so I just need all information.
    Thank you for any knowledge in regard to this
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    It can feed clean, basic and full (same as your 7 inch red pro touch). Heck, you can even create custom. It’s all there.
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    Menu-settings-display-monitor control
    In the left top corner in a dropdown menu choose hdsdi (by default you see lcd).
    Set Mode - overlay
    Overlay- standard (red)

    Make sure you have UNCHECKED auto hide menus checkbox.

    Go back in the menu and you’re done. Remember without going back from the menu the settings are not applied.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Lubensky View Post
    Menu-settings-display-monitor control
    In the left top corner in a dropdown menu choose hdsdi (by default you see lcd).
    Set Mode - overlay
    Overlay- standard (red)

    Make sure you have UNCHECKED auto hide menus checkbox.

    Go back in the menu and you’re done. Remember without going back from the menu the settings are not applied.


    I will try. Thank you very much for your explanation.
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