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  1. #1 Which video editing monitor? 
    Hi you awesome folks!

    Iím a proud owner of Red cameraís (2 Komodoís) and iím about to purchase a Mac pro 2019

    I did not opt out for the The XDR display Apple sells and that set me off to find a Good quality Monitor and what a rabbit hole it is!

    I wonder what kind of Monitors you guys use to edit your RED footage on?

    Hope you guys have a good creative day!
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    Flanders Scientific XM-310K.
    Michael Tiemann, Chapel Hill NC

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    I'm sure you'll get lots of great suggestions. But we can probably help you better if you tell us a little more about your priorities. Do you want to spend $500, or $2500? Do you need the highest possible resolution? How important is color accuracy? You need good accuracy for turning out a passable grade, or professional colorist level accuracy-- or it's not all that important, grading happens on a different system?
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    You’re right my bad! I’m willing to spend around $3000 but everything that’s less expensive is welcomed! I’m searching for a monitor that gets the job done with enough accuracy it doesn’t have to be the best out there but something that is well calibrated and that won’t mess up the colors. I’m by no means a colorist! Thanks for your reply!
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    Thanks for your reply Micheal! I’m afraid this is well above my budget! My bad I had to be more specific!
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    from a recent NetFlicks document linked below:

    Recommended SDR Displays - Calibrated for Rec.709/BT.1886 at 100-nits:
    SDR (only) Referrece options:
    Sony PVM-A250
    Sony BVM-F250
    Dolby PRM-4220
    Flanders FSI DM250

    SDR Consumer Options:
    LG OLED C8/C9 (2018-2019 Model)
    LG OLED CX (2020 Model)
    *Sony OLED A9F/A9G
    *Panasonic OLED GZ1000/GZ2000
    Apple iPad Pro
    Apple Pro Display XDR
    EIZO CG319X
    HP Dreamcolor z27x, z32x



    Recommended HDR Displays - Calibrated for SMPTE 2084 PQ / P3-D65*
    HDR Reference Options
    Must meet Dolby Vision grading requirements


    HDR Consumer Options - These HDR Consumer options are for review purposes or pre-grading only, and not to be used for final color grading work.
    LG OLED C8/C9 (2018-2019 Model)
    LG OLED CX (2020 Model)
    *Sony OLED A9F/A9G
    *Panasonic OLED GZ1000/GZ2000
    Apple iPad Pro (2nd generation or higher)
    Apple Pro Display XDR


    https://partnerhelp.netflixstudios.c...ng-and-Reviews

    and thanks to Marc for bringing this document to my attention
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dermot Shane View Post
    from a recent NetFlicks document linked below:

    Recommended SDR Displays - Calibrated for Rec.709/BT.1886 at 100-nits:
    SDR (only) Referrece options:
    Sony PVM-A250
    Sony BVM-F250
    Dolby PRM-4220
    Flanders FSI DM250

    SDR Consumer Options:
    LG OLED C8/C9 (2018-2019 Model)
    LG OLED CX (2020 Model)
    *Sony OLED A9F/A9G
    *Panasonic OLED GZ1000/GZ2000
    Apple iPad Pro
    Apple Pro Display XDR
    EIZO CG319X
    HP Dreamcolor z27x, z32x



    Recommended HDR Displays - Calibrated for SMPTE 2084 PQ / P3-D65*
    HDR Reference Options
    Must meet Dolby Vision grading requirements


    HDR Consumer Options - These HDR Consumer options are for review purposes or pre-grading only, and not to be used for final color grading work.
    LG OLED C8/C9 (2018-2019 Model)
    LG OLED CX (2020 Model)
    *Sony OLED A9F/A9G
    *Panasonic OLED GZ1000/GZ2000
    Apple iPad Pro (2nd generation or higher)
    Apple Pro Display XDR


    https://partnerhelp.netflixstudios.c...ng-and-Reviews

    and thanks to Marc for bringing this document to my attention


    Thanks for this one. Really helpful!
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    I recently bought an LG CX48 as a display and love it. Itís pretty large though, so you have to make sure thereís enough room between you and the screen.
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    LOL...an XM310, or equivalent seems fine, if you have deep pocket corporate sponsorship. If you're a one man band, as I am, very little fanfare has been given to ATOMOS' Neon 17 and 24 monitors. While rather hard to come by, I, finally, got my NEON24. I must say, this HDR monitor is quite the bomb at a price that's the fraction of the Sony BVM's.
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    testing the Ikan D24 and I think it's a nice option price/quality and you can even bring it on set if needed
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