12.11.2007 08:38 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Leader to highlight CINELITE at Broadcast Live & Video Forum

Leader will highlight the CINELITE option for its LV5700A, LV5750 and LV5800 multiformat monitors Jan. 30-Feb. 1, 2008, at the Broadcast Live & Video Forum in London.

CINELITE enables TV content producers to determine precise camera exposure settings by detecting actual signal levels rather than merely displaying local light intensity, which enables a camera's full dynamic range.

Camera parameters can then be adjusted to achieve a high-contrast film look if required as opposed to the softer luminance gradient traditionally associated with television.

Camera output is monitored on the test instrument's 1024 x 768-pixel TFT LCD screen. Hairline cursors can then be used to select the brightest and darkest points in the scene. At the press of a button, CINELITE shows the optimal exposure setting as an f-stop or a percentage value. The camera can then be adjusted for optimal exposure, reducing or eliminating the time needed to correct color balance, gamma and contrast during post production.

For more information, visit www.elquip.com.

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