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  1. #1 31.1 inch Eizo ColorEdge Prominence CG3145 HDR reference monitor with native 1M:1 
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    http://www.144hzmonitors.com/reviews...30145-preview/
    http://www.eizoglobal.com/products/c...145/index.html

    It is suspected that this uses the Panasonic double shutter LCD technology, which offers near black levels. So, it will be interesting to see if Pansonic introduces anything at IFA in a week or so like a replacement for the DX900 HDR TV.
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    Been waiting for that monitor since NAB, still no price. Can HDR mode be turned off on all these new HDR monitors?
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    Dont know, as long as I can get deterministic results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Remington Chase View Post
    Been waiting for that monitor since NAB, still no price. Can HDR mode be turned off on all these new HDR monitors?
    The FSI version with the same panel is priced at $40K. I'm guessing this one will be around $25K to $30K.
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    I know Flanders is expensive, but how are they going to justify that against a Dolby Vision panel with 16 bit? 10 bits is not my choice for anything expensive. Isn't this monitor a significant step up from the ColorEdge?

    http://www.flandersscientific.com/XM310K/
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    The Eizo was shown at NAB and is the Panasonic panel.
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    Out of curiousity Phil, how was it on the angle?

    I ask, because the LG Nano technology maybe a good solution and I wonder if they needed to and if so, what they used?
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    The Dolby Pulsar is a 10-bit panel, not 16. It can simulate 12-bit by using dual modulation. The FSI is listed at $45K. Given just how expensive the Panel is from Panasonic, EIZO is not going to be a lot cheaper than FSI.

    The X300 is the lower price solution, which sounds funny.

    There is no such thing as a Dolby Vision panel in post. It’s HDR PQ or its not. Dolby is a delivery format.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Morellini View Post
    Out of curiousity Phil, how was it on the angle?
    Not bad. We had the demo unit to do some tests on before a Pulsar grading session. I have no clue what the price will be.
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