We just finished calibrating and updating the firmware on all of our Sony OLED monitors in the rental inventory — specifically the PVM-A170s and A250.
In addition to having a refreshed calibration sticker, they are all on the new 2.0 firmware which adds a few things, most notably the False Color and Sync-Free split screen. This means you can run signal into SDI1 and SDI2 and split screen them. In the past, this required the camera’s to be genlocked which is no longer needed (and very cool). Click here for a video with all the new features.
We recommend calibrating your monitors every 6 months. While we calibrate our own monitors regularly, we also help customers by making on-site visits to calibrate monitors at ad agencies, for DITs and editors, and for all other color-grading professionals. As part of this service, we generate calibration LUTS for televisions and more consumer displays, in addition to ICC profiles for computer monitors.
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Alex Enman, Engineer, email@example.com