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New 4K Monitors Available from SmallHD

SmallHD has just launched four new 4K monitors: Cine 24" 4K High-Bright Monitor, OLED 22" 4K Reference Monitor, Vision 17" 4K HDR Monitor, and the Vision 24" 4K HDR Monitor. These monitors are stunning new entries into the reference and HDR monitor space, and special launch pricing is available through September 29.


SmallHD Cine 24" 4K High-Bright Monitor

The Cine 24" monitor brings 4K monitoring everywhere. 1350 nits of sustained brightness enables clear viewing in bright daylight environments, which eliminates the need for a sun hood or viewing tent. Small4K Video Processing Architecture offers a total 4K Input/Output workflow with four 12G-SDI hardware and PageOS 4 Quad-View for multiple 4K-input viewing. Lightweight for faster setup and teardown, this monitor is an all-around solution as a director's monitor or for production and broadcast video villages. The Cine 24 is SmallHD's ultimate production workhorse.


SmallHD OLED 22" 4K Reference Monitor

This OLED 22" monitor is a stunning new entry into the reference monitor space and SmallHD's new standard for color perfectionists. It features a >1,000,000:1 contrast ratio with an absolute black point and 100% P3 / 135% Rec. 709 color gamuts that generate beautiful, true-to-life color accuracy. The OLED 22 has virtually no image degradation at any viewing angle, providing a real-time image as vivid and pristine as the final output.


SmallHD Vision 17" 4K HDR Monitor

The Vison 17" monitor is the first 17” mobile monitor for 4K HDR production. Employing the same SmallHDR dual-modulation hardware as Vision 24, this 17” Full-Array Local Dimming (FALD) counterpart boasts over 2400 zones, with 1000 nits of brightness to achieve perfect uniformity in contrast and latitude, with even deeper blacks and greater highlight detail. Compact, durable, and lightweight, Vision 17 is capable of traveling to any on-set environment.


SmallHD Vision 24" 4K HDR Monitor

The Vision 24" monitor is engineered to match the increased sensitivity to highlight and lowlight image retention of modern sensors, allowing you to see as your camera sees. The Vision 24 is powered by SmallHDR, a proprietary Full-Array Local Dimming (FALD) hardware that enables nuanced control of over 2100 zones, rendering hyper-sharp contrasts with deep blacks, crisp highlights, and a stunning 10-bit color depth. Ideal for use in any production environment where HDR monitoring is a necessity, Vision 24 provides the added security that every detail is captured.


Availability & Special Pricing

The 24" 4K High-Bright Monitor and OLED 22" 4K Reference Monitor are shipping in August. The Vision 17" and 24" 4K HDR Monitors are shipping in September. Special launch pricing is available through September 29, so contact sales for more information.

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