The BenQ PV270's comprehensice and rigorous approach to colour management helps ensure colour is reproduced consistently throughout the video post-production workflow. From the rough cut phase, through the addiction of effects, colour correction, and compositing, to the output stage, colour is rendered with pinpoint accuracy so that resluts match intent perfectly.
Because it's so important to the video post-production workflow, the PV270 goes the extra mile to ensure the fullest range of accurately and consistently rendered colour.
The PV270 provides 100% coverage of the Rec. 709 and 96% of the DCI-P3 standards, ensuring output for high-definition television and digital cinema matches the colours you have defined. The PV270 also provides 99% coverage of the Adobe RGB colour space designed to encompass most of the colours producible for graphic art professionals.
The high pixel density of 2560x1440 (QHD) resolution delivers the crisp picture quality you expect for close reviews and detailed editing, and the spacious wide-screen view provides greater comfort and productivity.
Brightness uniformity is achieved via delicate process involving the utilization of high precision apparatus to meticulously fine-tune hundreds of sub-regions on the entire screen. It offers a more authentic and consistent viewing experience.
Advanced luminance control not only ensures an ideal level of brightness that is quickly achieved after powering on, but also provides consistency both during a session of use and over the lifetime of the display.
Video post-production work calls for fine-grained colour calibration, and with PV270’s powerful calibration functions, users are assured a high-precision calibration result.
Hardware calibration allows you to adjust the monitor’s image processing chip without changing graphics card output data. Calibration keeps images consistent with originals without being affected by graphics settings. Two monitor preset modes allow calibration results to be saved directly into the monitor.
With the 14-bit 3D Look Up Table (LUT), monitors can display the most accurate colour mixture. 14-bit 3D LUT improves RGB colour blending accuracy, resulting in impeccable colour and gray tone reproduction.
BenQ PV270 monitor features Delta E≤1.5 in Rec. 709 and Adobe RGB colour spaces to ensure colours are displayed accurately in every stage of video editing workflow. Delta E≤1.5 not only offers viewers the truest appearance of the original image, it also saves time and money by creating reliable colours and providing promising result when matching images the first time, every time.
Joint-developed with X-rite, the global leader in colour science and technology, Palette Master is bundled software that can validate calibration settings. A user-friendly interface and a variety of adjustment parameters make it a snap to set a customized profile for any job.
Support OS system :
Win7/ Win8/ Win10, Mac OS 10.6.8-10.11
Support Calibrator :
X-Rite i1 Display Pro / i1 Pro / i1 Pro 2
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GamutDuo enables you to view video simultaneously in different colour spaces side-by-side for added comparison convenience and reliability. Moreover, videos from two different sources can be handled this way for easy checking.
*Enable GamutDuo by changing to PIP/PBP mode
Colour Display Clone eliminates the need for guesswork to achieve accurate colour across multiple locations. A built-in colour temperature sensor automatically adjusts the picture to ambient light conditions, ensuring colour is rendered consistently to your targeted values.
*Windows OS required and only works under Calibration mode
Supports refresh rates of 72Hz to ensure 24p film content can be displayed at the correct cadence, without the need for pulldowns which distort playback of the source video.
*Only support with HDMI
An SDK and easy-to-use API are available for studios to develop customized calibration software that meets their highly specific in-house or project requirements.
The BenQ PV270 is Technicolor Colour certified, meeting strict colour standards for Hollywood, the broader media and entertainment industries.