HD HDR Option Available for Leader LV5333

The LV5333SER02 HDR option enables the LV5333 to measure HD High Dynamic Range. HDR CINEZONE is included. The software license can be installed anytime.

Leader Instruments has introduced the LV5333SER02 HD-HDR Option for its LV5333multi SDI waveform monitor.

With this new option, false colors (HDR CINEZONE) are used on the picture display to indicate the areas and levels of HD High Dynamic Range, so the operator can easily confirm the presence of HDR and the level. LV5333 Waveform Display also indicates HD HDR levels.

Compatible with Various HDR Standards: LV5333SER02 supports HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) conforming to ITU-R BT.2100, ARIB STD-B 67, SMPTE ST 2084 and PQ (Perceptual Quantization). In addition, it also supports S-Log 3, Log-C and C-Log.

HDR CINEZONE enables the user to check the brightness levels of HDR content easily by identifying the SDR range in monochrome and the HDR range in color. The HDR Scale matches the WFM scale to the HDR standard.

LV5333SER02 is a software license option which can also be installed after the purchase of the LV5333.

CINELITE II (Cinelite and Cinezone) and CINELITE ADVANCED come standard with the LV5333, as are Histogram, User Gamma Display, Gamut and Level Error functions. This new option adds to the standard LV5333 features which include waveform, vector, picture, gamut, audio, histogram, CINELITE and CINEZONE displays.

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