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HDR MONITORS HIRE - RENTAL | Camaleón Rental ™



  • HDR Monitor Rental. HDR images are a set of techniques that allow a better dynamic range of luminances between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than standard digital imaging techniques. High dynamic range video recording makes it possible to obtain images similar to those viewed by the human eye, which when observed is capable of distinguishing details in areas with a difference in lighting much greater than that supported by other formats such as film or digital cinema.
  • Although we know HDR from photography, it has been used for less time in video or digital cinema. At Camaleón we offer HDR reference monitors for filming. Check our rental offers for Sony, Tvlogic or Transvideo HDR reference monitors.
  • The two most important factors in the look of a monitor are the contrast ratio, i.e. how bright and how dark it can be, and the colour accuracy, which is basically how much the colours on the screen look like real life colours (or whatever palette the director wants). This is not just my opinion, but also that of almost all monitor reviewers, those who have participated in head-to-heads between various TVs in shops and for websites/magazine sites, and industry experts such as the Imaging Science Foundation.
  • DR expands the range of both contrast and colour considerably. Bright parts of the picture can be much brighter, so the picture appears to have more "depth". Colours are expanded to show more bright blues, greens, reds and everything in between.
  • Wide Colour Gamut (WCG) is incorporated into HDR, bringing even more colours. Colours that, until now, were impossible to reproduce on any monitor. The reds of a fire engine, the deep violet of an aubergine, even the green of many road signs. You may never have realised before that they weren't exactly how they looked in real life, but you sure do now. WCG will bring these colours and millions more to your eyes.


  • To support HDR, the monitor must be able to produce more light than a normal monitor in certain areas of the image. This is basically like local dimming, but to a greater extent. 
  • The monitors that work best with HDR are LCD models with local dimming and OLED monitors. A monitor lacking these features may look better than a monitor without HDR, but the difference will not be as noticeable.
  • Monitors are getting more and more nits, i.e. they are able to "brighten" more, especially at the top end of the range. This allows them to display content that could not be seen on low brightness monitors, as the monitor is unable to reproduce certain tones.
  • With HDR, you get blacker blacks, brighter whites, a wider greyscale, which means more detail in darker areas, and more accurate colour reproduction.
  • For these improvements to be noticeable to consumers, two situations must coincide: the images must be generated in a way that can store the additional information, and the monitor must be able to extract that data and reproduce it.
  • An HDR monitor offers two major advantages. You benefit from a wide colour gamut, high brightness. This means that, as long as your video card supports it, you can watch colourful, sharp movies on your screen. A screen with a wide colour gamut can display even more colours than a monitor with different colour profiles. This means that a monitor with a wide colour gamut really brings out the best in your HDR content.



  • Rent TVLogic LUM-242G. Tvlogic LUM 242G is equipped with 4 BNC inputs (2x12G-SDI + 2x3G-SDI) and a HDMI 2.0 interface, supports various video formats up to 4K / 60p via a single 12G-SDI link, Quad 3G-SDI and HDMI 2.
  • In addition to the TVLOGIC LUM 242G monitor features such as Waveform Monitor and Vectorscope, the LUM-242G also provides HDR emulation function with HDR EOTF of PQ, HLG and SLog3.
  • It is a 24-inch 4K/UHD HDR monitor with resolution (3840 x 2160). The Tvlogic LUM 242G with a maximum luminance of UP TO 500nit and contrast ratio of 1200:1. The Tvlogic LUM 242G professional monitor offers a wide colour gamut and wide viewing angle.



  • Hire a Monitor TVLOGIC LVM 181S. This LVM-181S model supports HLG, PQ and PQ2 HDR emulation which can be enabled or disabled for your footage requirements.
  • TVLogic's 18.5" 3G-SDI/HDMI LCD monitor with HDR emulation features a 1920 x 1080 IPS LCD display and HDMI, DVI, 3G-SDI and BNC composite inputs, as well as composite and 3G-SDI outputs. It also has a 3.5mm headphone output and LAN and GPI ports for remote control. A stand is also provided to mount the monitor on the desktop.



  • Rent Smallhd 703 HDR Monitor. The SmallHD 703 monitor offers excellent picture quality with 1000 nits brightness, making it ideal for both indoor and outdoor use.
  • One of the brightest 7" production monitors on the market, with an incredible 2200 nits brightness at 1080p. It is often the monitor of choice for cinematographers and is used on countless feature films as an on-board monitor.



  • Tvlogic F-7H monitor rental. The F-7H provides SDI <-> HDMI cross conversion with 1 SDI input, 1 SDI output, 1 HDMI input and 1 HDMI output interface. It also supports all professional features such as waveform and vectorscope, audio level meters, focus assist, range error, timecode display, multiple manufacturers and aspect ratio, 3D LUT import, camera logs and HDR emulation including HDR EOTF from PQ, HLG SLog3.
  • New Tvlogic 7" full HD crystal-clear monitor. The F-7H is a 7" Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution field production monitor with an ultra-high luminance of 3600 nit.