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On Image Smearing; On A Long Period Of Use; On High Brightness Display - Sony TRIMASTER HX BVM-HX310 Operating Instructions Manual

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On-screen displays such as center markers or
area markers
Images with a frame (including Multi-View
displays)
For details on the HDR (High Dynamic Range)
display, see "On High Brightness Display"
(page 4).
To reduce the risk of burn-in
Turn off the character and marker displays
Press the MENU button to turn off the character
displays. To turn off the character or marker
displays of the connected equipment, operate
the connected equipment accordingly. For
details, refer to the operation manual of the
connected equipment.
Do not display static images that contain high
brightness display, time codes, markers, or
logos for extended periods. Consider applying
a display method with low level signals of 100%
or less.
Do not display the images with a frame for a
long time. Also, consider removing the frame
during the Multi-View display, or displaying the
signal level of the frame area by about 50% of
the display area.
Reduce the brightness
Reduce the brightness as much as possible or
reduce the input signal level when you do not
use the display.
Turn off the power when not in use
Turn off the power if the monitor is not to be
used for a prolonged period of time.
Screen saver
This product has a built-in screen saver function
to reduce burn-in. When "Screen Saver" is set to
"On" in the "System Setting," the screen
brightness will decrease if an almost still image is
displayed for more than 30 minutes during the
HDR display.

On Image Smearing

Due to an LCD's panel structure and
characteristics of materials in its design,
continuously displaying signals or/and image
patterns may cause image smearing or/and
flicker on the monitor. If such a problem occurs,
perform monitor aging for a while with the video
displayed on the monitor.

On a Long Period of Use

Due to an LCD's panel structure and
characteristics of materials in its design,
displaying static images for extended periods, or
using the unit repeatedly in a high temperature/
high humidity environments may cause image
smearing, burn-in, areas of which brightness is
permanently changed, lines, or a decrease in
overall brightness.
In particular, continually displaying an image
smaller than the monitor screen, such as
displaying an image in a different aspect ratio or
displaying an image with a frame, may expedite
the above issues.
Avoid displaying a still image for an extended
period, or using the unit repeatedly in a high
temperature/high humidity environment such
an airtight room, or around the outlet of an air
conditioner.
To prevent any of the above issues, we
recommend reducing brightness slightly, and to
turn off the power whenever the unit is not in
use.

On High Brightness Display

Using the unit with the high brightness display
for extended periods may cause eyestrain or
reduction of eyesight. Be sure to take an
occasional break when using.
Follow RECOMMENDATION ITU-R BT.1702
"Guidance for the reduction of photosensitive
epileptic seizures caused by television" or
other guidelines when using.
In the HDR display, the display surface may
emit heat when high brightness images are
output. Do not touch the surface.
When "2.4(HDR)," "S-Log3(HDR)," "S-Log2(HDR),"
"SMPTE ST 2084(HDR)," "ITU-R BT.2100(HLG),"
or "S-Log3(Live HDR)" is selected for "EOTF" in
the "Input Setting" menu, images are displayed
in HDR (High Dynamic Range). In this manual,
this status is described as "HDR display."
The HDR display is a method to faithfully
display the brightness of signals defined of
100% or more level without compressing the
brightness parts.
You can check the bright portions exceeding
the displayable brightness of the unit by
decreasing the contrast.
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