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Leader LV7330-OP01 Histogram and User Gamma Display

Leader LV7330-OP01 Histogram and User Gamma Display

B&H # LELV7330OP01 MFR # LV7330-OP01
Leader LV7330-OP01 Histogram and User Gamma Display

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Product Highlights

  • Software for LV 7330 Multi-Rasterizer
  • Gamma to ITU-R BT709 Gamma Conversion
  • Error Value Display
  • Brightness Range from -128 to 127
  • Different Colored Signals
  • User-defined Correction Table
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The Leader LV7330-OP01 Histogram and User Gamma Display is a software option for the LV 7330 Multi-Rasterizer that allows you to show video signals on the histogram display.

You can convert the user-defined gamma to ITU-R BT709 gamma and display it on the LV7330 picture display. Errors values displayed by the histogram are below 0% or greater than or equal to 100.1%.

Along with a brightness range of -128 to 127, the histogram also supports different colors such as white, yellow, red and blue. A user-defined correction table specified in the CINELIGHT display can be used to display high-quality pictures.

Software option for LV 7330 Multi-Rasterizer that allows you to show video signals on the histogram display
Allows you to convert the user-defined gamma to ITU-R BT709 gamma and display it on the LV7330 picture display
Displays values below 0% or greater than or equal to 100.1% as error values
Offers brightness ranging between -128 to 127 and supports different colors such as white, yellow, red and blue
Displays high-quality pictures via a user-defined correction table specified in the CINELIGHT display
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Leader LV7330-OP01 Histogram and User Gamma Display
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