17” 6G-SDI 4K HDR on-set viewing display monitor

The DP-V1710 is a 17-inch, UHD-compatible on-set 4K HDR viewing monitor that boasts high image quality in a portable form factor for on-set monitoring. HDR standards such as Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) and Perceptual Quantizer (PQ) are supported. Body dimensions are kept relatively small at 435mm × 308mm × 154mm with a very manageable weight of 8kg. The DP-V1710 has an EIA 19-inch rack mount accessory (sold separately), supports a 12V direct power source and is perfect for use on-set, in a studio and in OB vehicles.

  • 3840 × 2160 pixels, supports 4K UHD
  • 1000cd/m²* peak luminance, compatible with HDR production
  • Supports variety of EOTFs (HLG, PQ, Canon Log)
  • 6G-SDI interfaces (4 input, 4 output)
  • Support 12V direct power source (4-pin XLR terminal)

    *with paid upgrade


6G-SDI Interfaces That Enable 4K Transmission With A Single Cable

The DP-V1710 is equipped with eight 6G-SDI interfaces (4 input, 4 output) that enables the transmission of 4K YCC 4:2:2 25P/30P footage with a single cable. With this, users can input 4K footage in 4 channels and then either display each feed on its own or multi view them in Full HD resolution. These features help to keep set-up time and costs low, creating a conducive environment for 4K monitoring.

Extensive Support For HDR Productions

With its support for various industry standard HDR Gammas such as
Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) and
​​​​​​​Perceptual Quantizer (PQ), the DP-V1710 is well suited as an on-set HDR monitor during production.  Other features that aid production of HDR footage include the HDR-ready waveform monitor; support for two different kinds of SDR/HDR split screen displays; HDR range variable adjustment; and HDR-compatible false color support.

Easy Portability, Easy Set-up

The DP-V1710 can be used with an
​​​​​​​EIA 19-inch rack mount accessory (sold separately) for easy mounting in studio and OB vehicle racks. With the increasing popularity of 4K production, it is an excellent replacement for 17-inch Full HD monitors. It can also be powered from a 12V direct power source via the XLR terminal for on-set convenience, and is suitable for checking focus and image quality on-set.