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Todd Hallam
Flanders Scientific OLED or LCD for color grading
on Jan 19, 2016 at 8:18:22 pm

I have an old LM-1760 I have been using for grading and has served me well. Looking to upgrade and wondered if I should go for OLED or if that's overkill and the BMD240 would suit my needs. Appreciate any advice.

Apologies if this is not quite the correct forum.

Todd Hallam
SideshowFX
http://www.sideshowfx.com


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David Roth Weiss
Re: Flanders Scientific OLED or LCD for color grading
on Jan 20, 2016 at 1:27:02 am

This is a terrific place to ask that question. You can't go wrong with either Flanders monitor, cost is the most important consideration, if you can afford the OLED monitor it will serve you well.

David Roth Weiss
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Andy Winter
Re: Flanders Scientific OLED or LCD for color grading
on Jan 20, 2016 at 10:44:43 am

I'd go for the oled. it is a true 10bit panel and seems more future-proof. the b series
is meant for broadcast-work and the c for cinema work, as far as i recall it. and a propos
cinema: if you are planning to do cinenma-grading on the oled, i'd raise the black level.

andi winter


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Todd Hallam
Re: Flanders Scientific OLED or LCD for color grading
on Jan 20, 2016 at 1:11:46 pm

Thanks for the responses. For me cost really is a factor as I'm in Canada and our dollar is in a nosedive at the moment. I think the BM series will be fine for my work. Thanks again!

Todd Hallam
SideshowFX
http://www.sideshowfx.net


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