LG Unveils New Family of Pro OLED UltraFine Display monitors

LG has revealed its brand new LG Pro UltraFine Display monitors at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) annual conference. These OLED displays have been designed to fit the needs of digital video professionals. The series is highlighted by a 65-inch model but also includes feature-rich 31.5 and 26.5-inch class monitors.

The 65-inch LG Pro UltraFine Display (model 65EP5G) is a 120Hz UHD model and is said to combine more than 8 million self-illuminated RGBW pixels. The Pro display also features HDR10, HLG, and DolbyVision. These features can all be user-calibrated. It also supports LG’s proprietary SuperSign software to assist in white balance and natively supports Calman colour calibration software.

Built for professionals in an assortment of fields, this display provides quick access options to on-screen features such as Markers, Zoom, Timecode functions and Audio Meters. The monitor can also be controlled by third-party devices through supported APIs. It also features programmable hardware 1D and 3D lookup tables (LUTs) as well.

Looking at the 31.5- and 26.5-inch class LG Pro UltraFine Display monitors (models 32EP950 and 27EP950,) these utilize HDR and SDR colour timing. Other highlighted specialties include VFX editing, on-set monitoring and photo editing. They heavily support RGB pixels. LG claims both models produce excellent white and high colour accuracy and offer the same visual tech specs as the 65-inch model, including VESA DisplayHDR 400 True Black specification.

In 2021, The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences honoured LG Electronics with the Technology & Engineering Emmy Award for ‘OLED Reference Monitors for Creative, Technical, Quality Control and Client Viewing.’ This new series builds off the LG OLED reference display technology recognized in new ways for a very specific audience. Video and photo editors, as well as content creators, will surely find a lot to sink their teeth into in regard to the LG Pro UltraFine Display monitors.

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