Designed with portability in mind, the DP-V1830 HDR Monitor features award-winning monitoring tools and uncompromising 12G-SDI connectivity, making it ideal for live broadcast studios, production trucks and on-set HDR monitoring.See full specification
3840 x 2160 LCD panel providing 1,000 cd/m² full-screen brightness
Delivering Dolby Vision and EBU TECH3320 standards*
Waveform Monitor, False Colour, Range Check and much more
1x HDMI Input and 12G-SDI Terminals (4 inputs and 4 outputs)
For seamless multi-cam monitoring and high-resolution workflows
Compact and Lightweight 7.5kg body
The DP-V1830 features Canon’s award-winning advanced HDR monitoring tools to assist in evaluating HDR content, providing detailed and accurate information regarding every aspect of the displayed signal.
Analyse the brightness of an image from left to right with a monitor scale supporting IRE, PQ, HLG and even Log signals from multiple manufacturers.
Visually represents exposure and image clipping based on detailed and customisable colour scales for IRE, PQ or HLG.
Switches the display output to monochrome and enables users to specify a peak brightness level to easily identify areas that require adjustment.
Accurately examine the colour and brightness values of a specific pixel. A CIE diagram is also displayed to illustrate the pixel colour space location or overall gamut of the entire image.
Switches the display output to monochrome and highlights colours outside the selected colour gamut. Users can select either ITU-R BT.709 or Native gamut.
An advanced function that converts HDR content to SDR for side-by-side evaluation. This function can be used to compare original content alongside enabled User LUTs or CDLs.
A graphical representation of the brightness distribution in an image. This feature can also illustrate SDR and HDR brightness ranges.
An innovative tool that allows users to closely monitor changes in peak brightness over time when viewing video sequences.
Utilize multiple HDR monitoring tools simultaneously without obstructing the displayed image.
The DP-V1830 features an 18-inch 4K UHD LCD Panel with full-screen and uniform brightness up to 1,000 cd/m². Complimented by an ultra-low black level of 0.001 cd/m², this monitor produces flawless HDR performance and accuracy.
Canon’s advanced display and local dimming technology provides cutting-edge brightness, detailed shadows and wide colour gamut across the entire screen. Producing exceptional HDR content, achieving Dolby Vision certification and Grade1A in EBU TECH3320 standards1.
1 Grade 1A rating achieved for contrast ratio, peak luminance, black level, luminance uniformity and delay time.
The DP-V1830 supports simultaneous viewing up to 4K in either Dual or Quad array for consolidated multi-cam monitoring. This function supports the viewing of both SDI and HDMI signals simultaneously, as well as individual Picture Profiles or User LUTs for each input*. The monitor is also capable of supporting 8K video signals, ready for future high-resolution workflows.
*Available in July 2022 Firmware
The DP-V1830 features a MULTI-FUNC SDI Output* that enables the device to act as a 4-way SDI input switcher, making multi-camera productions more efficient. This in-built switcher can support a variety of workflow applications such as sending an output feed to a director’s monitor, external recorder or live steaming solution.
*Paid licence required, available from July 2022 Firmware
A compact 7.5kg body makes the DP-V1830 ideal for productions on the move. Options for DC input, VESA and 19” rackmount installation provides exceptional flexibility.
The DP-V1830 is equipped with 1x HDMI input and 12G-SDI Terminals (4x Inputs and 4x Outputs) capable of delivering 4K60P 4:2:2 10-bit or 4K30P 4:4:4 12-bit signals, ideal for seamless integration into multiple workflows.
For further flexibility and convenient control, the DP-V1830 can be linked to a computer, tablet or smartphone (via a LAN connection) to enable the Remote Control Web UI. This touch-optimized user interface allows for live image viewing, detailed signal information and direct control over inputs, monitoring tools and settings. In addition, users can link multiple Canon Displays together via a local network to adjust image settings or switch inputs at the same time.
*Available in July 2022 Firmware