Today, FSI is unveiling several new and upcoming products, features, and partner integrations, many of which will be showcased at this year’s NAB Show in Las Vegas.

XM55U 

• 55″ UHD (3840×2160) OLED

• 12bit signal support, 10bit panel

• Support of multiple HDR formats

• Appx. 750nits peak luminance

• Professional 12G-SDI capable I/O

• 3D LUT based calibration

• Real-time downscaled 3G/HD-SDI output for downstream HD monitors.

XM31K


  • 31″ 4K (4096×2160) display

  • 2000nits peak luminance

  • 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio

  • 12bit signal support, 10bit panel

  • Compatible with multiple HDR formats

  • Real-time LUT update capability

  • Professional I/O and 3D LUT calibration
XM31K coming late 2017, private demonstrations starting summer 2017.

BoxIO 12G


• 12Gbps SDI enabled color management device

• 4 x SDI inputs, clean loops, & processed outputs

• 1 x 4K HDMI compatible input and output

• Up to 4 independent HD signals, each with their own unique 33x33x33 3D LUT

• Support for up to 2 simultaneous 4K/UHD signals

• Real-time LUT update capability across all inputs making BoxIO 12G ideal for advanced on set color management workflows

• Ability to rack mount two BoxIO 12G in 1 RU allowing up to 8 x HD feeds or 4 x 4K feeds, each with unique 33x33x33 3D LUTs, to be controlled in a single rack unit

• Powerful optional setting allows 4K/UHD signals to be downscaled to HD for compatibility with virtually any monitoring soluiton

BoxIO 12G Cal Q


• Designed for affordable 4K/UHD/HDR calibration & other static LUT use applications 

• 12Gbps SDI input and Quad 3Gbps SDI output

• 1 x 4K HDMI compatible output

• 33x33x33 3D LUT support

• Compatible with LightSpace and CalMAN
 

ScopeStream for DM Series Monitors

The world’s first real-time waveform and vectorscope transmitted directly from your reference monitor to your computer without the need for additional equipment.


Simply connect your DM series monitor and computer to the same network and use the ScopeSteam utility for Mac or PC.


ScopeStream for BoxIO

Waveform and vectorscope transmitted directly from your BoxIO to your computer without the need for additional equipment.


Simply connect your BoxIO and computer to the same network and use the ScopeStream utility for Mac or PC.

Posted by Patrick de Silva

Director/Founder of The Media Village and Media ASYLUM.

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