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17" Canon DP-V1710 4K Reference Display
17" Canon DP-V1710 4K Reference Display

Product Overview
The Canon DP-V1710 is a 17" UHD 4K Reference Display ideal for use as an on-set reference display in 4K cinema locations, and also can be used for 4K-UHD television and commercial productions.
Abel Code CN-1884C002
Note This item can only ship to an address within the United States. This product is non-returnable.
Mfr. Code 1884C002
Availability February 2017
 
Stock Pre-Order - Estimated ship in 8-12 weeks
This pre-order item is not yet available from the manufacturer. Delivery time is subject to change, but we estimate your order will be ready to ship within 8-12 weeks.
 
Our price $12,000.00


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The DP-V1710 4K/UHD is the industry's first 17-inch 3840 x 2160 resolution professional-model display, which can be used with the 19-inch rack mounts that are commonplace in broadcast studio sub control rooms and broadcasting vans. The DP-V1710 is ready to deliver stunning HD, UHD, and 4K imagery in mobile production vehicles. In addition to providing high-image-quality UHD resolution, the display features a compact body size that makes it ideal for use on-set, carrying during on-location shooting or for use in broadcasting vans with limited space. Additionally, supporting HDR standards and display methods,3 the DP-V1710 delivers a level of black luminance performance demanded for broadcasting, supporting a wide range of users who create Full HD, 4K/UHD, and HDR content.

Features:

  • UHD(3840x2160) Display for on-set and Broadcast/OBVan applications
  • Accurate color reproduction includes DCI-P3 and ITU-R.BT2020 gamuts
  • Superb Black Levels
  • HDR Function supported (SMPTE ST 2084 & Hybrid Log Gamma)
  • Integration with ARRI Camera Systems- 6G-SDI and HDMI is supported to 4K 60P


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