Ole-I think your post would be better served if in the HOW A-V section. Your call.
I am not familiar with the equipment you list (Although I would like to be) (Grin) but we are using a Panasonic XC-X900 to send HDMI to 3 monitors. On a 50 inch monitor the image looks fantastic. sharp, great colors, I know it is consumer but nothing is lacking. We chose it for long optical zoom, real time HDMI out, external audio in, and price.Frank
I'm not an A/V guy, just 2 comments:- http://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/atemtelevisionstudio looks like nice computer-based HDMI switcher with HDD recording. I had it rented once and was able to record 9 hours straight to HDD. The source was 3 consumer cameras, that were mixed online to one stream that was recorded.- during that event, I had problems with long HDMI cables - I had 2m (6 ft) mini HDMI to HDMI cables, 5m (15 ft) and 10m (30 ft) HDMI cables. Some of the cameras could not drive 5m+2m cables, and none could drive 10+2 (I don't remember the models/brands now, they were something like sony/panasonic). That means you may (or may not) have problems with long HDMI cables (in that case, SD converter may be a solution).
Jano,I have found that HDMI lines that are lengthened using couplers, instead of a longer, heavier-gauge cable, have issues. I regularly use 50ft. HDMI cables from DAs and also point-to-point (source to destination), but they are one solid run, 22AWG, and are kept out of foot traffic and from bending too sharply.There are also active and/or equalized HDMI cables out there that allow for longer runs, and they're not prohibitively expensive. If you have access to them, they may be an option to explore - otherwise, Cat5/6/7 video extenders, or Fiber, is the way to go.I have had much success (surprisingly) with offerings from Monoprice.
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