The LUM-310R is a 4K HDR Reference Master production monitor with a 31-inch wide Super-IPS 4K LCD (4096 × 2160) and a local-dimming backlight array designed to reproduce reference HDR content at a maximum luminance of 2,000 nits with a simultaneous deep black minimum of 0.002 nits. This makes possible a simultaneous contrast ratio nearing 1 million to 1. The LUM-310R supports various HDR standards such as SMPTE ST2084, ST2086 and ST2094[pending], Hybrid-Log Gamma (HLG), and others. It also supports multiple color gamuts including Rec.709, DCI, and Rec.2020. Signal I/O includes 3G/6G/12G-SDI input via one, two, or four SDI connections as well as HDMI (ver.2.0).
Red and Green channels are not used and only Blue or Monochrome channel is used to display the screen. This function is used to adjust the colour tones (tones and saturation) of the screen using the SMPTE Colour Bar. For example, after displaying the Blue channel, adjust the Colour (or Saturation) and Tint (or Hue) so that the original Magenta and Cyan are of the same brightness, and the original Gray and Blue are of the same brightness.
Allows you to check the Blanking area and synchronize signals by displaying the horizontal and vertical intervals in the center of the screen.
Displays various kinds of aspect ratios on the screen. Wide range of markers and security areas are available with line colour and curtain transparency selection. A User Marker is available if any of standard markers fits your requirements.
Adjusts the Width /Height display ratio.
Various Scan Modes
Controls the size of the image. Overscan: Extra area around the four edges of the image that may not be seen reliably by the viewer. Underscan: Constrains the size of the image so the monitor shows everything the camera is seeing. 1:1 pixel: Displays the original image resolution without scaling to match a certain resolution or an aspect ratio.
Waveform Y: Displays the Luma(Y’), Cb, Cr component of the input signal into waveform.
Vector Scope: Displays the colour components ‘B-Y’ and ‘R-Y’of the input signals onto the X-Y axis.
|Resolution||4k 4096 × 2160|