An oscilloscope which is designed to monitor composite video and sync signals. (see Synchronization)
A specialized oscilloscope for displaying video signal levels and timing.
The Waveform monitor is an oscilloscope that has been configured for television monitoring. It is used to measure the voltage of the signal and to check that all the pulses and scans of the signal are occurring at the proper times. Brightness of the image is measured using a waveform monitor.
Specialized testing device that generates a graphic display of a video signal. Also can be used as a light meter by displaying the precise setting of a pictures maximum brightness level for optimum contrast.
A cathode-ray oscilloscope that can conveniently display the video signal. See also video waveform.
a means to visualize the video signal by displaying the amplitude level in the vertical axis with lower levels representing the black parts of the image and the upper axis representing the white higher luma parts of the signal
an essential accessory on a video blue screen shoot
an instrument used to measure luminance or picture brightness as well as a high frequency color signal called chrominance
a very necessary and useful tool to allow the operator to accurately adjust and monitor video signals
Oscilloscope used to display the video waveform.
An instrument that displays a video waveform to enable amplitude measurements to be measured.
Oscilloscope designed for monitoring and adjusting luminance and all other parts of the composite video signal.
A type of oscilloscope or CRT that displays the amplitude of a video signal and its sync.
Oscilloscope designed for television which looks at luminance and all other parts of the composite video signal. See Vectorscope.
A special oscilloscope used to display and analyze electrical (voltage or current) signals.
A waveform monitor is a special type of oscilloscope used in television applications. It is typically used to measure and display the level, or voltage, of a video signal with respect to time.