Marshall Debuts the Orchid, OR-2410
Grade 1 Monitor Delivers Extreme Color Accuracy On Set
By Clint Milby | February 01, 2012
Due to changes in camera technology, it's now become possible to colorgrade on set instead of having to transfer it to another facility. Many DIT's are using systems that empower cinematographers to apply the 3D color space on set.
This of course has created a need for greater monitoring accuracy than ever before. Mashall Electronics has responded to this need with the Orchid OR-2410, 24 inch, 10 bit panel, Grade 1 Monitor.
Here are some specs on the OR-2410:
Supports most standard video formats, High Resolution (1920x1200) LCD panel, Real-time Waveform Monitor, Real-time Color Vectorscope, Real-time 16CH Audio Level Meter, Real-time Histogram, Real-time Video Analytics, Broadcast Tally System, 3G-SDI Input and Active Loop-Through, 3D Review, False Color Filter, Peaking Filter, Time Code (VITC/LTC), Red/Blue/Green/Mono Channel, Accurate White Balance, Accurate Gamma, Precision Gamma Calibration, ClipGuide, H/V Delay, Aspect Setting, Various Markers, Scan Setting, On-screen Menu Display, External Remote Control, Stereo Speakers
For more information about the OR-2410, go to their website at www.lcdracks.com
FTC Disclosure: I have no material ties to Marshall Electronics.
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