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Lilliput Q31 31.5" 12G-SDI/HDMI Broadcast Studio Monitor (V-Mount)

Regular Price $3,849.00 Special Price $3,699.00

The Lilliput Q31 is a stable work horse machine, packed with features and facilities for the serious photographer, videographer, or cinematographer.

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VRMLIL128

The Lilliput Q31 is a stable work horse machine, packed with features and facilities for the serious photographer, videographer, or cinematographer. Compatible with a multitude of inputs - and featuring an optional 12G SDI SFP Fiber Optic input connection for broadcast quality monitoring, It also features Audio Vectoring using a Lissajous graph shape allowing you to visualize the depth and balance of a stereo recording  -  a first for a Lilliput monitor.

 

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The 12G SDI inputs allow the units allow for multiple configurations of input. Single Link, Dual Link, and Quad link inputs mean you can use a either a single input or conjoined inputs to make up your 4K video input signal. This opens up the input workflow for the multiple types of camera to be attached into the monitor depending on the usage and configuration of the video capture environment.

Audio Vectoring - The Lilliput Q31 allows for the visualization of the input audio using a Lissajous graph system. A graph is represented on screen, with two intersecting lines forming a cross. The line from top left to bottom right measures the left hand part of the stereo field, while to line from top right to bottom left measures the right hand part of the stereo field. The crossover of the two lines is the centre balance, and the audio field will create a specific shape in the graph to represent your input audio.

The optional 12G-SFP module allows for the receiving of broadcast quality transmission level video data over a fiber optic connection. Used by a great many TV broadcasters, Fiber-optic input is a the industry standard in control room video transfer technology.

With HDR activated (HDR 10), the display produces a much greater dynamic range of luminosity, allowing lighter and darker details to be displayed more clearly - effectively enhancing the overall picture quality.