The OSD (on screen display) for the Samtron 95P is
typical of the menu's coming onto the market these days. No frilly graphics, just blue screen blue with simple
ISO icons to depict the various settings and options for adjustment. All monitor options are
controlled from within a small onscreen display menu using the four arrow keys on
the front bezel of the unit. Trying to adjust all the settings via a mass of buttons or various
combinations of blinking LED's would just be insane!
Features of the onscreen display include:
Menu Duration (3,7,10,20 or 50, sec)
9300K and 5000K
Video Input Level
Signal (0.7V or 1.0V)
Sync Input Type.
Again the controls on the front of the panel are as
follows: Direct-Access for size and position, Menu,
Power, Brightness and Contrast. Do all these features
stack up in the real world? Is this monitor really