The new HD monitors each feature a 10-bit IPS panel, wide gamma range, 1500:1 contrast ratio, and an integrated toolset.
JVC Professional Video will exhibit several new high-definition LCD production monitors at NAB NY. The monitors are designed for critical image evaluation in the studio, field, and MCR applications.
The new JVC DT-V G2 line of monitors come in different sizes, such as the 16.5-inch DT-V17G25Z, which is a near EBU Grade 1 LCD monitor, as well as the 24-inch DT-V24G2Z, 21.5-inch DT-V21G2Z, and 16.5-inch DT-V17G2Z models.
The JVC DT-V17G25Z and DT-V24G2Z each feature a 10-bit IPS panel, wide gamma range, 1500:1 contrast ratio, and integrated toolset. All models monitor up to 16 channels of embedded audio, while a new Lissajous meter displays the stereo field of a signal and shows possible phase issues. Other built-in features include a waveform monitor, vectorscope, histogram, zebra, four gamma preset modes, and a variety of on-screen markers. Two function keys allow users to save customized functions. All monitors deliver 1920x1080 resolution except the DT-V24G2Z, which has 1920x1200 (WUXGA) resolution.
Craig Yanagi, product marketing manager, JVCKENWOOD USA, said that JVC Professional has improved the gamma and grayscale of the DT-V G2 series to produce accurate colors, and has added new technology specifically designed to eliminate digital aliasing and create more natural looking images.
The versatile monitors support an extensive list of video formats including 3G-SDI and Dual Link with dual HD-SDI inputs, as well as HDMI, component, and composite connectivity. Other features include color temperature settings, time code display, SDI closed captioning support, built-in stereo speakers, and a tilt desk stand with two-way installation capability. The DT-V17G25Z and DT-V17G2Z also include a carrying handle.
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