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TV LOGIC 4K, UHD & HDR DISPLAYS

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VLogic (www.tvlogicusa.com) was at NAB with a range of native UHD/4K model displays, additional display sizes that extend its high-end LCD series, and a 55-inch precision OLED monitor.

The LUM range of 4K/UHD monitors saw three new model introductions at NAB 2018. The LUM-313G is a 31.1-inch native 4K (4096×2160) monitor with maximum luminance of 350nit and contrast ratio of 1500:1. It supports various video formats up to 4K/60p through single-link 12G-SDI, Quad 3G-SDI and HDMI 2.0. In addition to various professional features such as Waveform monitor and Vectorscope, the LUM-313G provides HDR emulation function with HDR EOTFs of PQ, HLG and SLog3. More camera-specific HDR logs and gamuts will be supported by firmware updates.
 
 
The LUM-318G (pictured, above) is a 31.1-inch true 4K monitor with a native 4K resolution of 4096×2160 and a maximum luminance of 850nit, along with a contrast ratio of 1500:1. Like the 313G, it offers wide color gamut and wide viewing angle, a Waveform monitor and Vectorscope, and HDR emulation functions. And the LUM-430M is a 43-inch true UHD monitor (3840x2160) resolution, with a true 10-bit driver. It accepts single-link 12G-SDI, quad 3G-SDI and HDMI 2.0 inputs.
 
On the LCD front, TVLogic’s LVM series offers high picture quality, wide viewing angles and professional broadcast functionality with a low power consumption in a slim, single-piece integrated designs. At NAB 2018, the company expanded the range with two new models. 
 
The LVM-171S (pictured, below) is a 16.5-inch high-end LCD with 1920x1080 native resolution, wide-gamut reproduction (up to DCI-P3), enhanced contrast ratio and wide viewing angle. A completely redesigned video processing unit provides powerful dual-channel performance and artifact-free image reproduction. The LVM-171S provides HDR emulation with HDR EOTFs of PQ, HLG and SLog3, support for 3D LUTs and various cinema camera log-to-linear LUTs. Priced at $3,950, the unit is well suited for on-set use or in the studio.
 
 
The new LVM-241S is TVLogic’s top QC-Grade 24-inch model with an IPS LCD panel offering 1920x1200 resolution. This monitor incorporates the same features as its 17-inch counterpart, including wide-gamut reproduction (up to DCI-P3), enhanced contrast ratio and wide viewing angle, and is priced at $5,650.
 
And in its OLED range, TV Logic’s 55-inch LEM-550R is a QC-grade HDR monitor for broadcast and post production with UHD resolution of 3840×2160. The OLED panel can reproduce a peak luminance of up to 750 nits. The LEM-550R supports various HDR standards, such as SMPTE 2084PQ and Hybrid-Log Gamma (HLG). It also supports multiple color gamuts, including Rec.709, DCI, and Rec.2020. Signal i/o
 
New models, NAB 2018 Tv Logic Jin Lee:
 
 

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