In April last year at NAB, Sony showed a prototype 4K monitors based panels such as OLED. The exposition of the company was incorporated 30-inch prototype resolution 4096 x 2160 pixels and 56-inch prototype resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. As promised manufacturer, to market the 30-inch model was supposed to get this year.
Company almost managed to keep his word. Monitor BVM-X300 with a 30-inch screen has become a serial product, and took his place in the catalog of Sony, but its delivery should begin only in February 2015.
The monitor for professional use BVM-X300 uses panel production Sony. The dimensions of the active area – 663,5 x 349,9 mm (aspect ratio 17: 9). Panel supports frame rates of 48, 50 and 60 Hz, 10-bit representation of color information and work in color spaces ITU-R BT.2020 (partial coverage), ITU-R BT.709, EBU, SMPTE-C, DCI-P3 , BVM-X300 Native (maximum coverage of the panel), S-GAMUT3, S-GAMUT3.cine. Viewing angles horizontally and vertically 178 °, Brightness – 100 cd / m². Color temperature can be selected from a number of D56, D61, D65, D93, DCI (x = 0,314 y = 0,351) or set by the user (can store five values ranging 5000-10000K).
Room Monitor includes inputs and outputs SDI (BNC x8), audio output and headphone output for audio monitoring, two slots for adding new entries and an Ethernet port 100 Mbit / s for remote management. About the price of the device data yet.