The OLED 22 4K Production Monitor features a 21.6in/55cm screen size, a claimed >1,000,000:1 contrast ratio with an absolute black point, 10-bit color depth, and a resolution of 3840×2160. It covers 100% P3 / 135% Rec 709 color gamuts. Now, this isn’t a high brightness HDR display. It only has 350nits of brightness.
Whether or not you can actually see any real differnce between 4K and HD on a screen this size is debatable, however, for focus pullers the ability to zoom in on a proper 4K image to check critical focus will ceratinly make a difference.
The OLED 22’s hardware design is built around the Small4K Video Processing Architecture, which provides a good range of input/output options with eight 12G-SDI and two HDMI 2.0 ports, all of which enable 4K signal processing.
The monitor is housed in a rugged, unibody, milled-aluminum chassis that includes 36 individual ¼-20” mounting points along the top and sides. The OLED 22 weighs-in at 4.2kg (9.3-lbs). Its removable handle and feet allow for convenient portability.
According to SmallHD it ‘sets a new standard for color purists, this stunning 4K color reference monitor boasts many of the advanced features that OLED users demand.‘
“DITs, DPs, and Colorists have been waiting for what feels like forever to replace their ancient HD OLED monitors. That’s why we spent over 2 years building OLED 22, the first lightweight 4K OLED production monitor equipped with a feature set that finally enables critical monitoring of 4K images, both on set and in the color suite.”
Greg Smokler, Creative Solutions VP of Produc
According to SmallHD, ‘The OLED 22 display has virtually no image degradation at any viewing angle, providing a real-time image as vivid and pristine as a final output, whether on set or in post.’
Coinciding with the release of OLED 22, SmallHD is also introducing PageOS 4. With this new software, users gain easier access to a diverse and customizable array of curated exposure tools and workflows. Beyond a host of improvements for simplicity and speed, PageOS 4 supports a streamlined color-calibration experience with Color Pipe, an intuitive rendering tool that accurately converts log formats into SDR and HDR. PageOS 4 includes significant upgrades in user page presets, 4K HDR (PQ) waveforms, improved false color, and dual/quad viewing options–as well as retaining the same dependable features known to users of previous PageOS-equipped monitors.
Post time: Sep-18-2020