eCinema Systems FX24-1ND Color Grading Monitor

eCinema Systems FX24-1ND Color Grading Monitor

eCinema Systems FX24-1ND Color Grading Monitor

B&H # ECFX241ND MFR # FX24-1-ND
eCinema Systems FX24-1ND Color Grading Monitor

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  • 1920 x 1200
  • 1000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • HD-SDI

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The eCinema Systems FX24-1ND is a professional studio monitor designed specifically for high-end color grading and post-production telecine finishes, without costing a small fortune. The display sports up to 1080p natively and features a 10-bit image processor. The FX24-1ND is ideal for color grading, high definition composites, on-set HD monitoring stations, and much much more.

High Resolution Monitor
The FX24-1ND can display 1080p natively, making it very useful in a variety of high definition applications. No matter what the situation, the unit performs at the highest level, ensuring that editors, DPs, and visual artists see everything that they need to see.
4:2:2 Capability
The monitor can display 4:2:2 chroma resolution with complete accuracy. Since most high-end formats, such as DVCPRO HD, HDCAM, and XDCAM HD record 4:2:2 color space or lower, the FX24-1ND makes on-set monitoring easy.
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eCinema Systems FX24-1ND Color Grading Monitor
  • 1-Year Parts and Labor Warranty
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    Signal System 1080p, 1080i, 720p, NTSC, PAL
    Screen Size 24"
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Resolution 1920 x 1080
    Contrast Ratio 1000:1
    Input and Output Connectors HD-SDI: BNC (x1 Input, x1 Output)
    S-Video
    Composite Video
    Analog RGB
    DVI
    VGA
    Speakers No
    Power Requirements 110/220, 60Hz
    Power Consumption Not Specified By Manufacturer
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 23.6 x 16 x 4" (59.9 x 40.6 x 10.2cm)
    Weight Not Specified By Manufacturer

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