Since its introduction in 2003, Sony's LMD Series has offered professional monitors in a variety of types and sizes, suitable for applications in the studio and in the field.
Building on a long history as a leading supplier of high-definition technology products, Sony continues to enhance its LMD Series of monitors by introducing a new 9-inch high grade monitor, the LMD-940W.
Advanced Marker Settings
The LMD-940W monitor can display various area markers, including a centre marker and aspect markers. The brightness of these markers can be selected from three different levels: white, gray, and dark grey. Users can also select either a black or grey matte to fill the outer area of the aspect markers. These flexible marker controls, together with the choice of many different aspect markers, make the LMD-940W monitor extremely convenient display device for a variety of shooting scenarios.
Assignable control panel
In addition to the familiar OSD operation, the LMD Series monitors offer control functions on the monitor bezel. The LMD-940W incorporates a new control-function design. By assigning monitor functions* to each of its seven function buttons respectively, users can customize the LMD-940W for a specific application or usage such as field and studio use.
*Brightness, Contrast, Chroma, Scan, H/V Delay, Volume, and I/P Mode are assignable.
The LMD-940W high-grade monitor incorporates a newly designed 3G SDI capability. With this feature, this monitor is able to accept 50P and 60P video signals using only one single SDI cable.
Equipped as standard with a 3G input, the LMD-940W allows single HD-SDI link for 1080p signals. Simple connectivity - Single link!
The Sony ChromaTRU technology delivers precise colour accuracy, CRT like gamma and a stable colour temperature, useful for any viewing environment requiring matching and repeatable picture quality.
New Waveform and Audio level meter
The LMD-940W is equipped with a WFM/ALM allowing to display separately the video and Audio up to eight channels. Integrating the WFM and ALM inside the monitor means less equipment is required for outdoor operation and brings cost savings.
Native scan for SD/HD
Native scan is a nice function to reproduce pixel to pixel images with no artefact usually occurring when using a scaling processor. It improves the picture performance of the monitor.
Camera focus function
This feature allows the user to easily adjust the camera focus.
An HDMI connection can transmit a Video/Audio or computer signal through a single connector. This type of connection is becoming a standard compatible with a wide range of HD formats.
Equipped with an Ethernet connector, the LMD-940W can be controlled at distance. It enhances user flexibility in large monitoring installation.