Lilliput BM230-4KS 23.8 inch 4K HDMI Carry-On Broadcast V-Mount Monitor with SDI - HDR and 3D LUTS

Item #: LIL-BM2304KSABBP MFG #: BM230-4KS-ABBP

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BM230-4KS-ABBP - Overview

The Lilliput BM230-4KS is a 23.8" 4K resolution monitor with 3D LUTS and HDR. Designed for the professional video and film industry and is ideally suited for directors and camera operators operating 4K capable equipment.

Look Up Tables
3D look up tables, make it easy to standardize, color reproduction between multiple devise, to ensure that all your devises display the same color.

High Dynamic Range
High dynamic range offers a way of better reproducing a greater dynamic range of luminosity than is possible with standard digital imaging.

4K Ultra-HD resolution
The BM150-4KS monitor features the latest 4K imaging technology. Connected through by HDMI 2.0, 4K screens are Ultra HD - containing 8.3 million pixels making the resolution four times more powerful than full HD making them the ultimate in cinematic displays.

Image flip mode - View it your way
Integrate the monitor into your current workflow at whatever angle you choose. X flip - Y flip functionality gives you that flexibilty

Intelligent SDI Monitoring
Includes various mounting setups for use in broadcasting, on-site monitoring or for a video village, etc. It can also be setup in form of a video wall as part of a control room. The 6U rack supports different viewing angles.

10 inch high definition widescreen
Precision colors with 1000:1 contrast ratio
The BM150-4KS has a 1000:1 contrast ratio and 330cd/m brightness ratio, giving you sharper pictures and rich colors. Enjoy more detailed images than ever before.

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