Targeting the professional segment, Canon announced the presence of the DP-V1830 monitor. Unlike other monitors, the Canon DP-V1830 is included in the referece monitor category.
Features of Canon DP-V1830
In the world of broadcasting, the reference monitor is a special monitor used to monitor the video output from the camera. Reference monitor can be a reference to ensure the camera can produce images as accurate as possible. This is because the images from the camera will be broadcast immediately and no longer go through the editing process.
The Canon DP-V1830 comes with an 18.4-inch LCD panel. This panel is not designed to be able to produce high contrast like a monitor with an OLED panel. Instead, the screen panel can produce a higher brightness level.
Canon DP-V1830 can display images with brightness levels up to 1000 nits. Complies with ITU-R BT.2100 standard for HDR used in broadcasting. Equipped with a unique LED backlit lighting system, this monitor can also produce accurate color images. With the addition of an optical configuration, the Canon DP-V1830 also offers a wider viewing angle. So, the display on the screen will still look consistent and accurate when viewed from various directions.
Overall the Canon DP-V1830 comes with a large design. It weighs about 7.4 Kg. Above average PC monitor in general. In the future, Canon will also add several features through firmware updates such as the additional ability to display two to four input images from different cameras, chromatic diagrams, being able to monitor RGB waveforms, and supporting SD-SDI.
Canon DP-V1830 price
The Canon DP-V1830 will be available in January 2022. The selling price is also not cheap. The price of the Canon DP-V1830 is US $14,300.