Our Ref: X199AAT / Product Code: DT-V17G25
The DT-V17G25 monitor from JVC, is equipped with a 10-bit IPS LCD panel, which surpasses the EBU Class 2 requirements in terms of colour space, gamma and gradation. The two most critical factors, gamma... Read more
£2,605.19 inc VAT
The DT-V17G25 monitor from JVC, is equipped with a 10-bit IPS LCD panel, which surpasses the EBU Class 2 requirements in terms of colour space, gamma and gradation. The two most critical factors, gamma and grey gradation, have also been improved over previous models to meet the demands of studio and professional application requirements. The monitor has an extremely wide viewing angle, with excellent chromatic aberration properties, with 10-bit processing offering improved grey shades and gradation. The DT-V17G25 features an integrated waveform monitor, vectorscope and histogram, where you can display values for colour saturation, brightness and input signals.
Screen Type: LCD
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