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Outstanding Images Under All Lighting Conditions

27.01.2021, 14:02

Outstanding Images Under All Lighting Conditions

Panasonic has announced March 2021 availability of its new ultra-bright 4K SQ1H Series of professional displays which will be launched with 75″ and 86″ IPS panel sizes.

Both models offer 1,500 cd/m² and 1,200cd/m² brightness, making them ideal for retail windows or the latest generation of smart retail applications. In addition, they can be used in corporate environments with bright sunlight areas like atriums and lobbies or open glass wall meeting rooms where regular displays would be difficult to see.

When around the clock operation is required, the key requirements for a professional display are low total cost of ownership, power consumption efficiency and flexibility. The SQ1H Series is equipped with brightness sensors to automatically adjust the backlight levels according to lighting conditions, with an option of three settings – strong, moderate and low. The displays also have a long life mode, which can adjust backlight brightness to extend product life.

The displays are packed with all the premium features of Panasonic’s existing SQ1 range to provide the ultimate in viewing quality, versatility and functionality. This includes HDR and BT.2020 emulation, as well as 12 segment colour management, to deliver visually captivating, rich colour 4K images in the widest range of contrasts to grab the attention of passers-by.

A host of display and connectivity options ensure content can be quickly and conveniently shared via a range of future-proofed methods, including 4K USB media player functionality and PiP capability. The displays also include an Intel® SDM slot bringing intelligence and interoperability. It can be used for a variety of different business functions, including as a built-in PC for digital signage, a 12G-SDI terminal board for broadcast and events, and as a receiver for use with Panasonic’s new Wireless Presentation System, called PressIT.

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