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NEC XM29 Plus Review for Classic Gaming in RGB

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Published on May 18, 2014

This is a review of the NEC XM 29 Plus monitor...

Make sure to run in 720P!!!

The original video I put up was never the way I intended it to be. Part of the reason is I could not get higher quality CRT PICS and Video. It appeared that my lenses were too sharp for a CRT that cause moire patterns. So by using a softer lens and lowering my aperture to the point of diffraction I was able to get better shots. This is not a normal procedure in photography as diffraction causes a image to look less sharp. But diffraction is better then moire patterns. Anyways I tend to run off path when making reviews as I try to talk about more than one thing on a video. I guess that is just my style. I prefer to make one good video then 3 separate. I love to compare in videos! That is why I talk about the HDMI scaler. You don't have to agree with me nor am I trying to convince. I am offering my opinion but also backing it up. I hope you enjoy the video! I know I don't make a lot of videos, but I try when I have time. I have ADD so I tend to get a million ideas for videos constantly. However that same ADD makes me passive in executing them to video. The original NEC XM29 Plus Video was really bothering me, because it seemed incomplete and I jumped too long off track with no destination. I try to close that gap in this video. Some of the new video was actually shot when I made the original.

Also as a note:
Gamerade - Best Video Quality With Old Game Consoles

@15:25 He says the HDMI would look better then a scart going straight into a RGB monitor

This is the reason for the comparison...

Also my camera settings for taking the video for the CRT is F9 , 1 60th of a second at ISO 1100. I cannot remember the focal length.

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