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Dell intros new 4K monitors for creators

Dell Technologies is offering a new 4K monitor developed with creatives in mind. The Dell UltraSharp 27 4K PremierColor (UP2720Q) is a 27-inch 4K monitor with built-in colorimeter and Thunderbolt 3 for content creators who require color-critical performance and a fast connection to any dock or PC.

Creatives get optimal color performance by calibrating the UltraSharp 27 4K PremierColor monitor with the built-in colorimeter, and they can save time by scheduling automated color checks and calibrations with the Dell Calibration Assistant. This monitor works seamlessly with CalMan software (sold separately) to perform a variety of tasks, including calibrations with the built-in or an external colorimeter. An included shading hood snaps firmly to the monitor via magnets to reduce unwanted glare and reflections.

The UltraSharp 27 4K PremierColor monitor shows images in accurate color and sharp detail with 3840×2160 Ultra HD 4K resolution and a high pixel density of 163ppi. It features a high contrast ratio of 1,300:1. Each monitor is factory-calibrated for accurate color right out of the box. Plus, it supports a wide color coverage that includes 100% Adobe RGB, 80% BT.2020 and 98% DCI-P3.

Thunderbolt 3 offers speeds of up to 40Gbps, creating one compact port for a fast connection to devices. With Thunderbolt 3, users can connect a laptop to the monitor and charge up to 90W from a single cable while simultaneously transferring video and data signals. They can also daisy-chain up to two 4K monitors with Thunderbolt 3 for greater multitasking capabilities.

Panasonic intros its first 4K cinema camera, more

New York — At its annual pre-NAB press conference, Panasonic gave a glimpse at some of the products they will be showing at NAB this year, including the company’s first 4K cinema camera.

The VariCam 35 features a new super 35mm MOS sensor for native 4096 (17:9) 4K images, and AVC-Ultra in multiple formats, including 4K, UHD, 2K and HD, and 4K Raw.

The 4K camera head is separate but dockable to the recording module. It’s expandable with Continue reading