RENT / JVC DT-3D24G1
The DT-3D24G1 is an excellent 3D studio monitor equipped with many professional features found in JVC's Vérité G series DTV monitors. Stereoscopic images are dispayed with circular polarization (passive) technology. The monitor includes advanced 3D measurement functions, dual waveform and vectorscope and accepts a variety of inputs.
- X-Pol® circular polarizing system
- 3D Mixer for checking 3D content from stereo camera rigs
- 3D Cursor for optimized 3D effects
- Convenient functions for checking 3D signals:
- Unique 3D measurement markers for L and R channels
- Mirror/Rotation of one channel (for dual camera rigs)
- Split L/R eye signals
- L/R Sequential display
- L/R Swap to check for proper cabling from camera(s) to monitor
- 3G and Dual Link HDSDI inputs
- SMPTE 424M/425M/372M
- Compatible with Side-by-Side and Line-by-Line formats
- JVC 10 Bit video processing
- Dual mode Waveform/Vectorscope
- Supports LTC/VITC time code
- Various gamma selection options
- Versatile marker functions
- Audio level display up to 12 channels
- 24 volt DC supply possible
- On-screen time code display capable of showing TC diffence between input 1 and input 2
The price indicated is for a day of rental. 50% DISCOUNT FOR THE FOLLOWING DAYS
- High Resolution Display with Xpol® Circular Polarizing Technology
- The DT-3D24G1 features an advanced IPS LCD panel with 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution. An Xpol® polarizing filter provides a stable, flicker-free 3D visual experience using comfortable, inexpensive passive glasses. Unlike a frame sequential 3D system where the left eye and right eye information constantly switches back and forth on a shuttered display, the DT-3D24G1 always displays left and right images on the screen. There's no need to synchronize the glasses with the display. For this reason, the monitor is suitable for viewing environments where multiple displays are used such as in a control room or production truck.
Ideal 3D monitor for location shoots
- Achieving the desired 3D effects without an appropriate monitor for 3D video production can be a very cumbersome and time-consuming process, especially on location. However, JVC's new DT-3D24G1 not only delivers superb performance in editing studios but is also compact enough to take along on location. And thanks to its Mixer function, this monitor enables the checking of 3D effects immediately on-site without any additional equipment.
The monitor can be battery powered if necessary.
3D Cursor function
- To create 3D video, scenes are recorded by adjusting the binocular disparity against an object to make it appear to either pop up or immerse deeper into the scene. And until now, creators had to visually count the number of dots in the screen to adjust binocular disparity, which can be a rather complicated and tedious process. However, the DT-3D24G1 helps to greatly simplify production thanks to its 3D Cursor function. This convenient function displays left, right, and horizontal lines over target scenes on the screen, enabling binocular disparity to be easily fine-tuned just by adjusting the camera settings; this helps to ensure optimized 3D effects.
Dual Time Code
- The DT-3D24G1 displays the time code of both left and right signals as well as the time gap between the two signals. When the monitor is in 3D Display mode, the time code of the left signal will be displayed on the top right of the screen.
Inputs and Connectors
- The DT-3D24G1 features an array of external input terminals such as SDI x 2 (active through), 3G-SDI, SDI dual link, DVI x 1 (HDCP) and Audio x 1.
Supports virtually any 3D camera setting
- 3D camera settings can be configured to facilitate checking of whether the left and right images are correctly aligned. A number of monitor functions are required to ensure the best 3D camera setting for the situation. The DT-3D24G1 features all the necessary image rotation features to support even the most complicated 3D camera set-ups.
• Mirror/Rotation: One of the two images is reverted laterally and/or vertically to a normal viewing position and automatic delay is added to non-rotated images one at a time to synchronize both images.
•Split: Useful for fine-tuning requirements such as setting recording positions in the vertical direction, L/R iris differences, and white balance adjustment.
• Horizontal (R) Shift: In order to check vertical shift or color discrepancy, the right camera image can be shifted to the left to overlap with the left camera image, which is static.
• L/R Swap: Allows left and right images to be swapped, and helps in checking whether the cables are properly connected.
•Sequential L/R Switching: Left and right images are displayed alternately at 0.5-sec intervals, making this method ideal for content creators as 3D glasses are not necessary for viewing.
• Dual Scope: Waveform and Vectorscope monitoring allow the user to easily check and monitor input signals from the two channels to facilitate adjustment of the cameras. The position of the scopes can also be located on any of the monitor's four corners.