Quick Response with virtually
Because the OLED electroluminescent layer inherently
responds to any electrical current input, it emits light
immediately. By this mechanism, excellent quick response
characteristics can be achieved on fast-motion images.
This efficient virtually blur-free, fast response benefits a variety
of applications and scenes, e.g., in sports broadcasting,
monitoring of camera panning, and text scrolling.
The PVM-2541 and PVM-1741 monitors incorporate a newly
developed OLED process to bring out the full performances of
the Sony OLED panels.
This OLED processor offers superb uniformity across all signal
levels at every point of the screen. At the factory, the OLED
panel uniformity is precisely measured and corrected using a
sophisticated RGB LUT (look-up table) adjustment system.
I/P Mode Selection
The PVM-2 41 and PVM-1741 monitors provide four I/P modes
so that users can select the most suitable mode for each
This mode interpolates images between fields. This is used
for picture quality precedence (e.g., to reduce the jagged
effect on moving pictures).
This mode interpolates images within the field, and delivers
naturally reproduced images and quick picture processing.
This mode is available only for 1920 x 1080 SDI signal input.
This mode combines lines alternately in odd and even
fields, regardless of picture movements. This is used for PsF
(Progressive Segmented Frame) processing and still image
This mode interpolates by repeating each line. This is
used for editing and monitoring fast-moving images, and
checking line flicker. The minimum processing time is less
than one field (0.5 frames).
I/P conversion by
"LINE DOUBLER" mode
(No need to wait for
the next eld to come)
LINE DOUBLER I/P mode image
period is less
than 1 eld.