OLED cutting-edge technology for creative professionals

LG Electronics raises the bar for professional displays: The UltraFine OLED Pro monitors reproduce colors precisely with their self-luminous pixels and offer outstanding performance when editing SDR and HDR image material. Thus, the models meet the requirements of demanding creative professionals.

Among photo and film professionals, LG Electronics' monitors are considered state-of-the-art and have won a number of prestigious awards. The TIPA Award for Best Professional Video Monitor 2021 went to the 32-inch UltraFine OLED Pro 32EP950, with which LG has established OLED technology as the new benchmark for the highest demands of professionals in film production. The monitors are increasingly used in studios, editing suites, production and digital intermediate rooms, and where films are screened prior to release. Frank Sander, Head of Marketing IT Solutions at LG: "For deepest blacks, highest contrasts and an unbeatably brilliant picture, there is no way around OLED technology in the future."
That's because with OLED screens, each individual pixel consists of organic light-emitting diodes - OLEDs - that light up themselves and can be dimmed individually. There is no backlighting that could outshine the finest details in the image. LG states the static contrast of the UltraFine OLED Pro 32EP950 with a breathtaking 1,000,000:1, because each pixel can be dimmed down from the peak value of up to 540 cd/m² to just 0.0005 cd/m². In top devices with LG's IPS display, the contrast is between 1,000:1 and 1,300:1. Especially high-contrast scenes benefit from the technology and the unrivaled black level.
The UltraFine OLED Pro 32EP950 reproduces more than a billion colors thanks to true 10-bit color depth. The OLEDs faithfully reproduce colors and cover 99 percent (typ.) of each of the two industry standards widely used in the film and photo industries, DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB. The OLED Pro is compliant with the VESA DisplayHDR standard introduced in 2019.
400 True Black, which technically only screens with self-illuminating pixels such as OLED and MicroLED can achieve.
In addition, LG Ultra-Fine OLED Pro supports HDR signals such as BT.2100 (broadcast standard for HDR TV) PQ/P3 PQ, this offers numerous advantages to movie and video editors. Hardware calibration allows users to work consistently with the same color environment, even with multiple monitors and different PCs.
The monitors can be ergonomically adjusted in height, tilted and rotated between portrait and landscape (pivot). All major ports are on board - including HDMI, DisplayPort, USB 3.0 and a USB-C port with 90 watts of charging power.
"Our UltraFine OLED Pro series monitors are designed specifically for creative professionals," said Seo Young-jae, senior vice president and head of the IT Business Unit at LG Electronics Business Solutions Company. "They offer the highest visual precision with the stunning picture quality of self-illuminating pixels and reliable calibration. The incredible picture accuracy, wide color gamut and ability to faithfully reproduce both HDR and SDR content make these premium display solutions ideal for professionals in the film and digital media industries."

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