BenQ Bring the PV3200PT and PV270 Monitors to NAB

Posted by at 10:42 am on April 10, 2017

PV3200PT

BenQ today announced it will demonstrate its newest Creative Series monitors at the 2017 NAB Show, April 24-27, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. At booth SL9830, attendees can check out  BenQ’s Technicolor Color-Certified PV270 video post-production and PV3200PT video editing monitors and learn how they can improve image visualization.

“Editing and post-production is becoming more and more nuanced, requiring more of attention to detail than ever before,” said J.Y. Hu, vice president, business line management at BenQ America Corp. “At NAB, attendees will get a hands-on demonstration of the innovations we pack into our monitors to make their jobs of executing such fine-tuned details easier and more accurate without ever compromising on color performance.”

PV270

BenQ’s PV270 Technicolor Color-Certified sports 99% Adobe RGB coverage encompasses most of the colors  for photography, along with the 100% Rec. 709 coverage and the 96% DCI-P3 color gamut needed for for video post-production workThe display includes brightness uniformity, which offers a more authentic and consistent viewing experience. The 2560 x 1440 (QHD) resolution delivers the crisp picture quality expected for close reviews and detailed editing, and the spacious 27″ widescreen view provides greater comfort and productivity. With a 14-bit 3D Look Up Table (LUT) and Delta-E value of less than or equal to 1.5, resulting in impeccable color and grey tone reproduction.

The PV3200PT is BenQ’s first monitor designed specifically with video post-production professionals in mind. This wide-angle, 32″ IPS display features 4K UHD (3840 x 2160 pixel) resolution to scrutinize images to the finest details. The PV3200PT’s color gamut covers 100% Rec.709/sRGB and includes hardware calibration support via the Palette Master Element calibration software to adjust the monitor’s color gamut, white point, color temperature and luminance. A Brightness Uniformity feature helps maintain the monitor’s display performance and ensure even brightness throughout the canvas. With built-in 24P support, videos can be viewed with correct timing at their native cinematic frame rates. Other features include built-in 14-bit 3D LUT and a Delta-E value of less than or equal to 1.5 to deliver the highest color accuracy. An optional software development kit is also available to allow studios or calibration software providers to be more involved in the setting of calibration customizations.

During NAB, attendees can enter a drawing at booth SL9830 for a prize package that includes a PV3200PT monitor, coupled with X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Video, i1DislayPro and a one year Adobe Premiere subscription. The total value of the package is approximately $2,000.

Available now, the BenQ PV270 retails for $899 MSRP and the PV3200PT retails for $1,299.

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