BenQ Releases PV3200PT And BenQ PV270‎ Designed For Video Post-Production

When it comes to professionals who are looking for a capable display solution that can provide them with uncompromising color accuracy and high resolution, a simple LED monitor just won’t do. There are a lot of factors to take into, and the cheap, entry-level offerings just won’t do. This is where BenQ’s PV3200PT and PV270 commercial monitors are set to shine.
BenQ Releases PV3200PT And BenQ PV270‎ Designed For Video Post-Production
BenQ PV3200PT

The two new monitors in the PV series are designed for post-production for professionals that need to perform video editing tasks, visual effects, and color correction and management. The PV3200PT comes with a wide-angle 32-inch IPS display with high 4K UHD resolution, allowing users to inspect every element to the finest details. Furthermore, it even features color gamut that covers 100% Rec. 709 and 100% sRGB.Hardware calibration support is also part of the package, and Palette Master Element calibration can serve as the software that can fine tune the monitor.

BenQ PV3200PT Specs

Aspect Ratio‎: 16:9‎
Resolution (max.)‎: 3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz (DP, mDP), 3840 x 2160 at 30 Hz (HDMI)‎
Display Area: 708.5 x 398.5 mm‎
Pixel Pitch: 0.185‎ mm
Brightness: 250 cd / m2
Native Contrast: 1000:1
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 20 M:1‎
Panel Type‎: IPS‎ Panel
Viewing Angle: 178 / 178‎
Response time‎: 5 ms (GtG)‎
Display Colors‎: 1.07 B‎
Color Gamut‎: 100% Rec. 709‎
Color Bit‎: 10 bits
BenQ PV270
BenQ PV270

On the other hand, the PV270 is a 27-inch IPS display that comes with QHD resolution. It also comes with color spaces that cover 100% Rec.709 and 99% Adobe RGB that is required in post-production of digital videos and retouching of photos. It even features Technicolor Color Certified certification to make it ready for prime time. For calibration, there’s the X-Rite powered Palette Master software that can assist in hardware calibration to fit the preference and requirements of the user.

BenQ PV270‎ Specs

Aspect Ratio‎: 16:9‎
Resolution (max.)‎: 2560 x 1440‎
Display Area: 596.7 x335.6 mm‎
Pixel Pitch: 0.233‎ mm
Brightness: 250 cd / m2‎
Native Contrast: 1000:1‎
Panel Type‎: IPS‎
Viewing Angle: 178 / 178‎
Response time: 5 ms (GtG)‎
Display Colors‎: 1.07 B‎
Color Gamut‎: 100% Rec. 709/sRGB, 99% AdobeRGB, 96% DCI-P3‎
Color Bit‎: 10 bits‎

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