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Sony BVM-X300

4k Monitor

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4k Monitor

Sony BVM-X300

Sony's BVM-X300 4K OLED Master Monitor is a reference-quality monitor designed for color-critical applications in studio and post-production. The display panel itself can display 10-bits of tonality, and the processor can handle 12-bits of color information. Combined with the OLED panel, the processing capabilities yield smooth color transitions and true blacks which remain consistent over a wide viewing angle of 178°. With support for HDR, S-Log, and wider color spaces such as BT.2020 and DCI-P3, the BVM-X300 is designed beyond SD and HD broadcast specifications for producing UHD and cinema 4K content.; The rear panel hosts the available SDI I/O. Four BNC spigots can be connected to support HD and 4K formats up to 60p at all resolutions. With the SDI outputs connected, the display can be connected in-line with other equipment. Use the front panel controls to set custom functions, display markers, and adjust the display parameters.
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