TVLogic is upgrading its super-bright F-7H seven-inch HD field monitor for NAB, offering the F7H mk2 with four new touch keys on the front panel of the monitor for fast access to saved set-ups.
The company touts the exceptional brightness of the F7H, which it rates at an eye-popping 3,600 nits of maximum luminance — enough to make a solid impression even in sunlight. In addition to the new front-bezel buttons, the F-7H mk2 has upgraded HDMI I/O (from v1.3 to v1.4) and continues to support 3G-SDI/HDMI cross-conversions.
Also new at NAB 2019: the TVLogic F-5A, a 5.5-inch HD field monitor aimed at photographers as well as broadcast and cine-style shooters. It has dual SDI and HDMI input and output and includes waveform, vectorscope, focus assist, camera LUTRs and PQ and HLG transform functions for HDR.
Both the F-7H Mark-2 and the F-5A offer “enhanced sharpness,” TVLogic said, with a new peaking-boost function to assist in pulling focus.
In its Nexto DI product line, TVLogic is debuting the NPS-10, a portable backup device with memory card slots and a USB port for high-speed copying of files to SSD or HDD storage without requiring external power.
The company will also show the IS-mini 4K color processor, a new 12G-SDI 3D LUT box that’s part of the product portfolio it took over from Wowow last November. The IS-mini 4K includes WonderLook Pro color-management software, designed for ACES color workflow.
TVLogic will be at booth C3639 at NAB 2019.
TV Logic: www.tvlogic.tv
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