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Sony OLED professional monitoring technology gets Tech Emmy

November 2, 2012
Sony OLED professional monitoring technology gets Tech Emmy PARK RIDGE, NJ — Sony has been honored by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences with a Technical Emmy for its Trimaster EL OLED monitor technology.

Sony's full line of professional OLED monitors are targeted at critical evaluation for every aspect of the content creation market. The OLED monitors features include, accurate black reproduction, wide dynamic range, high color accuracy and pixels speeds many times faster than current LCD technologies. These are all critical performance requirements for reference monitoring.

Sony’s pro OLED technology range is offered in three series: The PVM line includes the PVM-741 (7.4 inch), PVM-1741 (17 inch) and the PVM-2541 (25 inch) that are used in editing, dallies review, graphics generation, and special effects. The BVM F series includes the BVM-F170 (17 inch) and BVM-F250 (25 inch), used for technical image evaluation and are designed for application used in broadcasting. Sony has more than 15,000 Sony BVM and PVM professional OLED displays in use worldwide.

The BVM E series includes the BVM-E170 (17 inch) and the BVM-E250 (25 inch), which are Sony’s flagship models used for cinematic production. They include wider gamut display and follow the Digital Cinema Initiative recommendations for imaging. The 25-inch BVM-E250 and 17-inch BVM-E170 are the first monitors to deliver full HD resolution OLED panels with 10-bit drivers, and the BVM-E Series uses a newly developed Sony Professional Display Engine. 

Operations include image capture and transport through Ethernet to other displays as well as settings and monitor calibration, Internal rasterizer, Calibrated color gamuts, Automatic calibration using most industry accepted light probes and interfacing to Filmlight Truelight On Set for composition of user LUTs and ASC CDL files.



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