Oxygen DCT's FM-072SCO is a "next-generation" premium quality OLED field production monitor for studio, outside broadcast, satellite news, engineering and field production. The display is a 7.7" AMOLED panel featuring 1280x800 resolution. We assume that the panel is the same one used in Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.7 (so it's probably a Super AMOLED Plus panel). Inputs include two 3G/HD/SD-SDI and HDMI for up to 1080 50p and 60p signals and both composite, YUV analogue inputs.
The FM-072SCO will be sold in the UK for £1721 - and the company says it's "highly competitively".
The PVM-741 is a professional monitor with a 7.4" 960x540 OLED display, a direct replacement of the PVM-740. The monitor features a 10-bit panel driver, multi-format signal interfaces with two 3G/HD/SD-SDI input capability, 3G-SDI interface, 8-channel audio level meter, HDMI and more.
The PVM-741 will be released in October 2012, you can find more info over at Sony's site.
The DP7-PRO OLED is a professional on-camera monitor that features a 7.7" 1280x800 Super AMOLED Plus panel. This is the same panel used in Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.7. Other features of this monitor include advanced signal conversion, software FX output to secondary monitors, HD recording (to an SD card), Rec 709 Lookup Tables (LUTs), “X-PORT” 80-pin accessory dock for expandable I/O, and proximity-sensing “Smart Key” technology.
SmallHD hopes to start shipping the DP7-PRO OLED in the fall of 2012. The cost is $2,699.
Sony's Trimaster EL PVM-2551MD is a 25" Full-HD monitor for the medical industry. It uses the same panel used in Sony's professional HD monitors (such as the recently announced BVM-F250). The panel is the first OLED panel to get an FDA approval for use in surgery.
Sony's BVM-F250 and F170 TriMaster EL are professional Full-HD OLED monitors sized 24.5" and 16.5". The monitors offer hyper-accurate color reproduction and 'perfect' image quality without motion blur due to the OLED's fast response time. The display support HDMI, DisplayPort, 3G-SDI, SD-SDI and HD-SDI.
The BVM-F series will launch in November 2011 in Japan. The 24.5" will cost 1.5 million yen (about $20,000) and the 16.5" will cost 945,000 yen (about $12,000). We're not sure whether these will replace the BVM-E270/E170 range, as the F series is a bit cheaper than the E series...
The PVM-1741 and PVM-2541 are professional OLED monitors aimed towards TV, advertising and movie productions. These monitors use the same 16.5" and 24.5" OLED panels used in the higher-end BVM-E170/BVM-E250. Both monitors offer Full-HD (1080p) support, 178-degrees viewing angle, 10-bit drivers and a 1W mono speaker. Inputs include two 3G-SDI, HDMI, composite and Ethernet.
Both monitors are now shipping. The PVM-2541 costs around $5,500 while the smaller PVM-1741 costs around $4,000.
Sony's new range of TriMaster EL are professional Full-HD OLED monitors. They come in two sizes, the 25" BVM-E250 and the 17" BVM-E170. The monitors offer hyper-accurate color reproduction and 'perfect' image quality without motion blur due to the OLED's fast response time. The display support HDMI, DisplayPort, 3G-SDI, SD-SDI and HD-SDI. The monitors are thin - 148mm in depth.
The BVM-E250 will be released in Japan in May 2011 for 2.5 million yen ($30,000) and the BVM-E170 will be released in July for 1.3 million yen ($15,000).
The V-MD151-OLED is a professional rackmount/desktop high-resolution monitor. The unit features modular inputs and outputs. New panel technology provides a wider range of colors, gamut, contrast and brightness. It has a 15" AMOLED panel (this is the LG Display panel as used in the EL9500 OLED TV).
The TDM-150W is a professional 3D Stereoscopic monitor that has a 15" AMOLED panel (this is the LG Display panel as used in the EL9500 OLED TV). The monitor requires active-shutter glasses for 3D images. The TDM-150W supports 3G-SDI 1080p and has SDI/HDMI 10-bit support.
The PVM-740 is a professional monitor with a large OLED display. It can be used for all sorts of monitoring applications (studio editing, post-production, etc.). Sony say it is ideal to use in a 3D camera setup. The PVM-740 is equipped with standard interface connectors: a composite video, a 3G/HD/SD-SDI, and an HDMI interface.