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Lower Pricing for XM311K HDR Mastering Monitor

FSI is pleased to announce that the 1,000nit capable XM311K HDR Mastering monitor has a new lower list price of $35,000. “Reference quality HDR monitors are still incredibly expensive to produce, but we feel this price change is an important step towards making professional HDR monitoring more accessible to a greater number of content producers” said Bram Desmet, CEO/GM of Flanders Scientific, Inc.

The XM311K is a 1,000nit capable 31" display featuring Light Modulating Cell Layer technology as well as industry leading tetrahedral LUT interpolation. The XM311K qualifies as a Dolby Vision mastering monitor and is suitable for practically any 4K, UHD, or HD monitoring requirement in both HDR and SDR.

NAB 2019 Booth Highlights

Below is an overview of just some of the products we will be highlighting at NAB 2019, including several products and features that will be making their first NAB appearance.

XM310K

The 3,000nit XM310K, our brightest HDR offering

XM311K

The 1,000nit XM311K featuring Light Modulating Cell Layer Technology

Tetrahedral LUT Interpolation for BoxIO

Incredible news for BoxIO users, Tetrahedral LUT Interpolation is coming as a free firmware update! Get increased visual performance and accuracy at no additional cost.

IP Remote Utility Updates

See the latest improvements to the desktop versions of the IP Remote Utility as well as the newest iOS versions with the ability to save image grabs, view scopes, and control your devices from your iPhone or iPad

XM551U

55" UHD OLED Reference Monitor

XM651U

65" UHD OLED Reference Monitor

The Mixing Light Theatre at NAB

Presented by Flanders Scientific, Inc. and Gaiamount

As a reminder, we have carved out a section of our NAB booth (SL6328) to host the Mixing Light Theatre, a dedicated presentation space where speakers will cover a wide variety of topics of interest to post and production professionals alike.

Sessions are free to attend and we encourage anyone interested to join us for what promises to be some very informative presentations.

See the full schedule here.