Film

TL-D3100HR

Item No.: TL-D3100HR
☆Film grade 4K LCD monitor, a high end displaying equipment built by RUIGE.
☆Applicable to film , TV play, the prophase shooting and anaphase color correction of the high-end advertisement production.
  • Category: Monitor
  • Screen Size: 31 inch
  • Description Specification Function


    TL-D3100HR 4K HDR MONITOR uses the high-grade LCD panel with color space that can completely comply with the digital film color standard DCI-P3, the 10 bits color depth can produce 1.07g colors, which make you experience the color performance that you have never experienced.
     
    TL-D3100HR 4K HDR monitor has the 3G-SDI X 4 (60P) inputs, compatible with the Square Division transfer mode of current mainstream film cameras and the 2 Sample Interleave transfer mode of the broadcasting TV cameras, which make the RUIGE 4K monitor perfect cross-border and wonderful performing.
     
    Each monitor is calibrated before delivery to all clients.
     
    SDI X 4 BNC( 12G-SDI*1, 3G-SDI*3)
     
    RUIGE 4K HDR monitor monitor case based on the Aluminium extrusion process makes product more strong and durable, also resolves the heat-dissipation issue. Inner parts are module design, which greatly improves the product stability and makes it very simple for the after service.  
     
    TL-D3100HR ,the 4K HDR monitor keeps the specialist operating habits, 6 short-cut keys facilitate your common operation, dual -function and knob coding switch is RUIGE unique technical feature, making your operation more convenient and quick.
     
    The RUIGE 4K HDR monitor, TL-D3100HR, ‘s unique handle design, monitor case use the aluminium extrusion forming process, making the product more solid, durable, portable and safe. Ruige idea is : paying attention to creativity , also no details escaped it.
     


    3D LUT Loading
    B/P/D Series Monitor internally built in 3D-LUT Color Management System in accordance with unified industry standards and it uses professional testing equipment to take systematic and accurate calibration for monitors to ensure the  display indicator of monitor meet the tolerance range of color space standard .Therefore, it ensures each monitor has the accurate color restoration and the color of same style monitors is  consistent to the maximum extent .

    Luminance Waveform

    The luminance waveform can be superimposed over picture (see below). The Y-axis represents the luminance level. There are two indicators; one at 100% and one at 700mv.
    Usage:
    The Luminance waveform is mainly used to read the value of the Y signal. This is helpful for setting Camera Iris levels.


    Audio Meter
    16 channels of embedded audio in the SDI video signal can be decoded and 8 selective channels can be shown on the screen at the same time. The Volume unit shows both VU and PPM.
    Usage:
    The Volume unit is used for measuring audio levels and calibration. This is helpful for making sure that audio levels are within technical requirements and specifications.


                                                                               
    False Color
    Luminance levels can be represented using False Color on the screen. It represents the amount of exposure explained as color values ranging from Blue to Green to Yellow to Red. 
    Usage:
    False Color is used to assist in setting the camera exposure. Blue (cool color) indicates a low exposure, a darker blue indicates an even lower exposure. Red (warm color) indicates a high exposure and a deeper red indicates an even higher exposure. Green and Yellow are in between. A scan feature allowing the image to be offset to the upper left revealing the Luminance Waveform on the upper right makes it easy to identify parts of the picture which may exceed standards.


    Safe & Area Marker
    Usage:
    Image overflow or cutoffs can be checked using this feature. This is helpful during “Pan and Scan” as image is prepped for various broadcast markets. Ruige monitors have selections for Safety Marker Scales, Title Scales, Transform Scales and Center Cross. This is helpful for composition during shooting or title placement.

    Marker Scale



    Mono
    Mono(chrome) displays only the Y portion of the video signal
    Usage:
    Human Eyes are more sensitive to the luminance signal therefore many viewfinders and small monitors have this function.




    UMD
    Dynamic Source information embedded in the SDI video signal can be displayed as UMD or IMD. This feature can be turned on and off via the menu.
    Usage:
    It can be used to supply signal source information from video routing equipment to operators during a live broadcast event



    GPI Control


     


    3D LUT Loading
    B/P/D Series Monitor internally built in 3D-LUT Color Management System in accordance with unified industry standards and it uses professional testing equipment to take systematic and accurate calibration for monitors to ensure the  display indicator of monitor meet the tolerance range of color space standard .Therefore, it ensures each monitor has the accurate color restoration and the color of same style monitors is  consistent to the maximum extent .

    Luminance Waveform

    The luminance waveform can be superimposed over picture (see below). The Y-axis represents the luminance level. There are two indicators; one at 100% and one at 700mv.
    Usage:
    The Luminance waveform is mainly used to read the value of the Y signal. This is helpful for setting Camera Iris levels.


    Audio Meter
    16 channels of embedded audio in the SDI video signal can be decoded and 8 selective channels can be shown on the screen at the same time. The Volume unit shows both VU and PPM.
    Usage:
    The Volume unit is used for measuring audio levels and calibration. This is helpful for making sure that audio levels are within technical requirements and specifications.


    False Color
    Luminance levels can be represented using False Color on the screen. It represents the amount of exposure explained as color values ranging from Blue to Green to Yellow to Red. 
    Usage:
    False Color is used to assist in setting the camera exposure. Blue (cool color) indicates a low exposure, a darker blue indicates an even lower exposure. Red (warm color) indicates a high exposure and a deeper red indicates an even higher exposure. Green and Yellow are in between. A scan feature allowing the image to be offset to the upper left revealing the Luminance Waveform on the upper right makes it easy to identify parts of the picture which may exceed standards.


    Zebra
     
     The zebra pattern is a reminder of the exposure of the subject. It is a highlight indicator. When shooting with a manual aperture, you can control the aperture according to the zebra pattern.
     Usually when the brightness of the subject exceeds 80% of the maximum brightness that the camera can accommodate (this value is different depending on the model), zebra patterns begin to appear, so when adjusting the aperture, the brightest part of the subject should be Slightly zebra pattern, and no zebra pattern in other parts, so you can get accurate exposure. If there are too many zebra patterns, it shows overexposed; if there are no zebra patterns in any part of the image, the image is underexposed. At present, the level of the zebra pattern of some cameras is adjustable. It can usually be adjusted between 60% and 100% of the maximum brightness.


    Safe & Area Marker
    Usage:
    Image overflow or cutoffs can be checked using this feature. This is helpful during “Pan and Scan” as image is prepped for various broadcast markets. Ruige monitors have selections for Safety Marker Scales, Title Scales, Transform Scales and Center Cross. This is helpful for composition during shooting or title placement.

    Marker Scale




    Blue Only 
    Only the blue portion of the video signal is displayed.
    Usage:
    This is used for monitor color phase adjustment, level and calibration


    Muti-Aspect Ratio Switchable
    Usage:
    In order to adjust for correct scanning users can choose different Aspect ratios. Selections are: 16:9, 4:3, Letterbox, Pixel-to-Pixel, Over Scan and Built-in Scan.



    Over scan
    Usage:
    Overscan is often used to programing for TV broadcast.



    GPI Control


     

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