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    Monoprice 5BNC RGB to 5BNC RGB Video Cable, 6ft
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    I have a Samsung HD digital color camera surveillance camera I need to know what kit I need that includes the BNC cable and mounting kit to set it up?
    A shopper on Dec 2, 2017
    On the search page, the description for this item says it can be used for SDI-HD, but when I click on the item, then items description page just says it's 5 wilre RGB, and that implies to me that it's just standard analog video cable.

    So what's the scoop? Is this wire SDI-HD capable, or not?
    Jim S on Jul 6, 2017
    4.3 / 5.0
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    Works well, gets job done!
    The video quality seems to be good, I am able to use the cable with my setup and it looks fine on my plasma screen. The BNC wires seem pretty thin, although the overall build quality seems good.

    PROS: Good quality

    CONS: Wires seem pretty thin
    January 29, 2015
    good value
    these are high quality bnc cables at a fraction of the price you would pay for comparable video cables at markertek, etc. they do not hold up to abuse but if you are gentle on them, you will be happy with the results. i've run analog 1080i rgb video on them without any sign of moire distortion.

    PROS: you will not get any interference or hum even when running hd video through them.

    CONS: the connectors are a little fussy and the thin wires at the end are delicate. if you aren't careful, it is easy to damage them by putting on to much physical strain on the end wires and connectors.
    February 3, 2011