Upgrade your events to 4K HDR — One input at a time
As clients and audiences start demanding 4K at events, your current HD sources and displays shouldn’t become obsolete—and the V-600UHD lets you transition to 4K workflows as demand and budgets allow. With Roland’s Ultra Scaler technology, scaling is provided on every input, so you can use Full HD and 4K sources simultaneously, and output at multiple resolutions. You can also leverage the high pixel density of 4K camera sources in Full HD workflows for problem-free, visually-impressive productions.
High Dynamic Range [HDR]
The V-600UHD uses High Dynamic Range [HDR] so your events look amazing. You don’t just see more pixels, you see better, more dynamic-looking pixels that preserve the details in the darkest and brightest areas of an image. HDR provides well-balanced stage lighting without oversaturation for IMAG (and it’s easier to achieve compared with using SDR.) And SDR dynamic range signals can also be input and switched with the V-600UHD.
Full 60Hz Frame Rate
With full 60Hz framerate support, the V-600UHD delivers a smooth, crisp video image without the blur that’s common when fast motion is displayed at 30Hz refresh rates.
A More Vivid Color Space
The V-600UHD supports Rec.2020, the highest-specification Wide Color Gamut (WCG), as well as RGB and Rec.709 standards to display the widest range of visible colors. This provides an increased level of realism and improved color accuracy, especially for red and yellow color ranges.
10-bit 4:4:4 Pixel-accurate Color
Internal 10-bit Color Depth processing reduces color banding and sharpens high-detail sources from computers. This makes it easier to read small fonts and other fine details, even when drastically scaled and magnified.
Support for DCI Cinema 4K Resolution
Not all 4K content has the same aspect ratio. Although 4K content is always 2160 pixels high, DCI or “Cinema 4K” is 4096 pixels wide, which is 256 pixels wider than UHD. The V-600UHD lets you switch and display content at the originally intended aspect ratio, without cropping or letterboxing.