Canon has introduced a new 4K-HDR reference monitor that features an extremely high maximum brightness of 2,000 nits, a low black level of 0.001 nits and a contrast of 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio.
The 31.1" DP-V3120 with a resolution of true DCI 4K (4,096 x 2,160) supports 2.2, 2.4, 2.6 and ITU BT.1886 gamma as well as HDR EOTF (Electro-Optical Transfer Functions) SMPTE ST.2084 and ITU-R BT.2100 (HLG) and (among others) the professional BT.2020 and DCI-P3 color spaces. It exceeds the required monitor specifications, which are certified by Dolby Vision as a minimum standard for post-production. A special cooling system ensures quiet ventilation at high brightness levels.
The DP-V3120 has a number of HDR monitor functions to visualize HDR signal parameters such as HDR reference white, signal level and image brightness. It offers one HDMI and four 12G-SDI interfaces (plus four times SDI loop-through), allowing it to process four different 4K signal inputs and, for example, display them divided into four images on a single screen. Alternatively, an 8K signal can be processed and displayed at 4K using the four 12G-SDI interfaces.
Canon DP-V3120 Ein- und Ausgänge
The Canon DP-V3120 can be remotely controlled from a PC or Tablet via a LAN connection - the menu, various display settings and signal information can be displayed and changed. The DP-V3120 will be available in November at a list price of ,000. For orientation: the next larger, but significantly smaller, 24" 4K HDR monitor Canon DP-V2411 with a brightness of 600 nits was presented two years ago at the IBC at a price of 20,000 dollars.
Canon DP-V3120 Functions