Sony Electronics announced the launch of BVM-HX3110, a premium 30.5-inch, 4K HDR professional monitor for critical evaluation, color grading, live production and post-production. The monitor features a Sony-designed dual layer anti-reflection LCD panel with Sony proprietary signal processing. According to Sony, it thus supports a higher peak luminance of up to 4000cd/m² while maintaining no-compromise deep blacks.
The BVM-HX3110 comes with characteristics such as accurate color reproduction, picture consistency and precision imaging. According to the San Diego, Calif.-based company, these are hallmarks of its BVM-series of monitors. Here, the BVM-HX3110 offers brighter specular highlights and introduces a new optional fast pixel response mode for reduced motion blur.
It also provides a wider viewing angle, as well as standard IP interface for SMPTE ST2110 signals. With this, the BVM-HX3110 complements Sony’s Networked Live ecosystem. The BVM-HX310 also remains available as a companion model to the BVM-HX3110. Here, it offers consistency in color reproduction, gamma curve and operation.
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Additional BVM-HX3110 Monitor Features
“Content creators are always seeking tools that help to accurately match and represent their creative vision and the BVM-HX3110 does just that,” says Ellen Heine, marketing manager, Sony Electronics. “We continue to act on customers’ feedback. Which is why this new model offers a host of new features including an IP interface for enhanced flexibility. And of course, in keeping with Sony’s monitor design philosophy, it color matches with our most popular professional monitors.”
The monitor’s new standard toolset incorporates Waveform Monitor/Vector Scope (WF/VS), false color, focus assist, closed captioning, 3D LUT processing, and quad and side-by-side viewing modes, among other features. In addition to fast pixel response, supplemental benefits include support for JPEG-XS as well as Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) through optional licenses. Additional optional licenses enable tools such as HDR/SDR conversion and a user 3D LUT signal-output, says Sony.
Another version of this article originally appeared on our sister-site Commercial Integrator on April 13, 2023. It has since been updated for My TechDecisions’ audience.
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