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The XMP310 is a 31.5" UHD resolution HDR and SDR reference monitor built around the same industry leading QD-OLED panel technology as our HPA Award Winning 55" XMP550. With 1,000nits peak luminance, 1.5Million:1 contrast, and an exceptionally wide color gamut the XMP310 is ready to handle your most demanding HDR and SDR monitoring needs.
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31.5 QD-OLED HDR Mastering Monitoring
The XMP310 is a 31.5 UHD resolution HDR and SDR reference mastering monitor built around a groundbreaking new QD-OLED panel featuring 1000nits peak luminance, ~1,500,000:1 contrast, and our widest color gamut to date.
All FSI monitors come pre-calibrated from the factory and the XMP310 also features highly accurate volumetric Auto Calibration making it incredibly easy for clients to recalibrate the display over time.
Third Party Calibration
The XMP310 is also compatible with popular 3rd party calibration solutions including Calman and ColourSpace. Quickly and easily perform your own custom 3D+1D LUT based calibration with any program capable of saving into FSI’s calibration LUT formats.
Advanced Tetrahedral LUT Processing
The XMP310 utilizes advanced tetrahedral LUT interpolation delivering a higher degree of precision with better on screen performance than simple trilinear LUT interpolation.
Advantages Over Other OLED Technologies
Other available OLED technologies are either too dim for HDR mastering or suffer from very significant volumetric collapse due to their non-additive RGB+W sub pixel structures making them unsuitable for HDR use cases that demand color accuracy. QD-OLED is truly RGB additive for white, thus avoiding color volume limitations.
Exceptional Off-Axis Viewing
The XMP310 has the widest viewing angle, with the least off-axis contrast and color shift, ever featured in an FSI display. So not only will a colorist’s clients benefit from being able to view a reference image on a large screen they will also have the flexibility to view the image from anywhere in the room without having to worry about the off-axis limitations often seen in other display technologies.
Advantages over FALD LCD
The XMP310’s accurate per pixel level luminance control means true black levels at all times with none of the small bright objection or motion artifact limitations found on FALD (Full Array Local Dimming) LCDs. The per pixel emissive design of the XMP310’s QD-OLED panel guarantees exceptional simultaneous contrast with all varieties of content.
While the amount of halation can vary greatly between FALD LCDs, all FALD systems will show at least some degree of raised black levels and haloing when rendering a high contrast image like this example of a white circles on a black background graphic. The XMP310’s QD-OLED panel on the other hand can render these types of very bright white highlights while maintaining the intended deep black background.
Advantages over Global Dimming LCDs
Reference grade HDR displays should be able to produce high simultaneous contrast, not just a bright image. Global dimming LCDs can either produce a bright image or a dark image, but cannot produce images that simultaneously have bright highlights and dark lowlights. Global dimming LCD specifications often quote high sequential contrast ratio figures, where a display’s peak luminance and and black level are measured at different times, but this can be quite misleading as simultaneous contrast is problematically low on these devices for any HDR content mastering use-cases. The XMP310 features class leading simultaneous contrast rendering both bright highlights and dark lowlights with incredible clarity and accuracy at the same time.
XMP310 Tech Specs
1080i (29.97/25/24/23.98) 4:4:4 YCbCr, RGB
1080p (30/29.97/25/24/23.98) 4:4:4 YCbCr, RGB
720p (60/59.94/50) 4:4:4 YCbCr, RGB
- Level A & Level B supported
- Level B supports 2 x SMPTE
292M image format mapping
372M image format mapping
- RGB, YCbCr, & XYZ supported
4:4:4 1280x720p (60/59.94/50/30/29.97/25/24/23.98)
12 & 10bit 4:4:4 1920x1080i (60/59.94/50)
12 & 10bit 4:4:4 1920x1080p (30/29.97/25/24/23.98 + PsF variations)
12 & 10bit 2k (2048x1080)p (30/29.97/25/24/23.98 + PsF variations)
12 & 10bit 2K (2048x1080)p (60/59.94/50/48/47.95)
*XYZ mapped to Selected Color Gamut on Color Management Menu
4K & UHD
Dual-Link 3G Square Division
Quad-Link 3G Level A Square Division
Quad-Link 3G Level B Square Division
Quad-Link 1.5G Square Division
10 & 8bit 4:2:2 3840x2160p (60/59.94/50/48/47.95/30/29.97/25/24/23.98)
12 & 10bit 4:4:4 4096x2160p (30/29.97/25/23/23.98) YCbCr & RGB
12 & 10bit 4:4:4 3840x2160p (30/29.97/25/23/23.98) YCbCr & RGB
*covers ~90% of Rec2020 color gamut
*additional probe support under evaluation