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Canon launches a 4096x2560 reference monitor

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Canon Introduces a professional 30" monitor with a more that ultra HD resolution.

 

Canon has announced the DP-V3010, a 30" reference monitor with a resolution of 4096x2560 pixels. According to Canon,

the UHD monitor is suitable for proffesional video-editors who work with 4K footage. The MSRP is €32.000 without taxes.

 

The DP-V3010 has a imageprocessor developed by Canon and offers 10 bit color depth, which gives 1024 levels of gradiation for every rgb colour. 

The monitor supports various colour spaces. One of which is Adobe's RGB. The monitor will support 4K video with refresh rates of 23.98p, 24p, 50p and 60p.

 

The IPS screen has a resolution of 4096x2560 pixels with an aspect ration of 16:10, while the native UHD resolution is 4096x2160.

The contrast ratio is specified as 2000:1 and Canon promises viewing angels of 89°. The DP-V3010 will be shipped with a controller unit, which can be placed on the desktop or in a 19" rack.

As far as input goes, there a eight bnc and four displayport inputs, while there are ehternet and USB 2.0 ports too.

 

Canon says the 24 kg heavy 30" monitor is designed for video editing of 4K footage, the execution of colour correction and cad- and animationpurposes.

Canon mentions a MSRP of €32.000 excluding taxes. The DP-V3010 will be available in Europe in Q1 of 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

Source: http://tweakers.net/nieuws/92490/canon-introduceert-professionele-30-inch-monitor-met-uhd-resolutie.html

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Mother of God, the things I would do for that.


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Since Euopeans use decimal(s) instead of commas for seperating thousands from hundreds 32,000 pounds it looks like.

Holy crap

 

Oh, and Thank you :D


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holy shit, 60PFS, thats baller!


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Can't wait to get this!


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http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/52052-display-resolution-comparison/?p=719006

 

Well, I got my wish... sort of...

 

On another note, I do wonder what's with the standard resolutions... 1920x1200? 3840x2400? 4096x2560?  Did no one think of 2000x1250 and 4000x2500?

 

Cool monitor though... Just need a 24" version... A prettier 24" version...

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Cool monitor though... Just need a 24" version... A prettier 24" version...

Agreed, I bet that Phillips monitor I posted about last week or so, the panel is more than likely from LG, so we should be seeing a 23"-24" soon enough.

 

Link for reference: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/69770-238-phillips-4k-monitor-due-2014-plans-for-a-28-as-well/

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Agreed, I bet that Phillips monitor I posted about last week or so, the panel is more than likely from LG, so we should be seeing a 23"-24" soon enough.

 

Link for reference: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/69770-238-phillips-4k-monitor-due-2014-plans-for-a-28-as-well/

 

:)

 

Only problem with that one :P You can have it any color you want, as long as it's... silver?

 

I'm anxious to see what the market looks like in 1 year though :)

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:)

 

Only problem with that one :P You can have it any color you want, as long as it's... silver?

 

I'm anxious to see what the market looks like in 1 year though :)

Definitely, if Dell continues to use LG panels like on their U2312HM(what I currently use and love) I might just buy more Dell monitors :D

 

I just hope they use Displayport....

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Definitely, if Dell continues to use LG panels like on their U2312HM(what I currently use and love) I might just buy more Dell monitors :D

 

I just hope they use Displayport....

 

Yeah, I think a while ago when Dell announced their 32" 4K monitor, some obscure technical documentation or manual or something on their website was updated and several new unannounced model numbers were listed in the index, and one of them most likely a 24" 4K monitor, if they follow their own naming conventions, the UP2414Q (the 32" 4K one is UP3214Q).   :ph34r:  we'll see.

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It costs 43,000 USD lol wow.


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Can you imagine three of these rotated 90°, debezeled in Eyefinity or Surround? 7680x4096 or 31,5 MP!


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Canon? Really, with the build quality of their cameras (hint: it's lacking compared to their competitors) I really would advise against spending €32K on what is essentially their first foray into a new market.


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Canon? Really, with the build quality of their cameras (hint: it's lacking compared to their competitors) I really would advise against spending €32K on what is essentially their first foray into a new market.

What? I grant you the body optics are behind in some segments but build quality is usually top notch.

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Since Euopeans use decimal(s) instead of commas for seperating thousands from hundreds 32,000 pounds it looks like.

 

We do? I've always used commas. 


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http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/52052-display-resolution-comparison/?p=719006

 

Well, I got my wish... sort of...

 

On another note, I do wonder what's with the standard resolutions... 1920x1200? 3840x2400? 4096x2560?  Did no one think of 2000x1250 and 4000x2500?

 

Cool monitor though... Just need a 24" version... A prettier 24" version...

Reason being multiples of 8 :P just like RAM Glenwing


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We do? I've always used commas. 

 

Perhaps it's country based, I've seen numbers in like French, and I think German, and perhaps UK English that didn't seem to make sense when using a decimal point (/period) --- like this monitor costing '32 pounds' (as an American would probably read it) instead of 32,000 pounds.

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