Canon announces its entry into the world of professional monitors with DP-V3010, a monitor with a resolution of 4K 30 “designed to ensure the accuracy, consistency, color constancy and reliability.
DP-V3010 is designed not only to satisfy the requirements of a production chain and transmission 4K, but also to allow the best possible accuracy in color reproduction even among multiple displays. At the base there is an IPS LCD panel from 4,096 x 2,560 pixels (2000:1 contrast) and a RGB LED backlight system, both managed by a custom processor. Besides the perfect homogeneity of the screen, Canon thanks to the 10-bit panel ensures the display of 1,024 gradation levels for each RGB color and supports the color space most commonly used in cinema, DCI-P31, as well as the color spaces of different transmission standards (ITU-R BT.709, EBU and SMPTE-C) and Adobe rGB2.
In addition to supporting the standard 24p the new 4K monitor accepts signals from 23.98p to 60p and offers three modes of scaling to full HD and 2K signals. Among these it also indicates a Canon dedicated algorithm to eliminate the effects of aliasing, called Canon Shape Tracing. Each DP-V3010 is calibrated at the factory and has been included within an algorithm that automatically corrects all the changes the brightness and color over time.