Lilliput is a supplier of good value monitors for broadcast and content capture applications. A big story for the company was a range of 12G SDI monitors in 15.6″ (BM150-12G), 23″ (MN230-12G) and 28″ (MN280-12G) and all with UltraHD IPS panels. These have four 3G SDI inputs which can be used with four separate 3G SDI inputs, or they can be combined to allow UltraHD input over SDI. There are also four SDI outputs. The monitors can run on mains power, batteries or on 12V DC.
There is a multiviewer in these monitors that allows input from SDI or HDMI. The monitors are designed to be flexible and allow flight case or rack mounting. The company told us that both the 23″ and 28″ will sell for ‘around €2,000’, while the 15.6″ is around €1,800.
The BM280-4K and the BM230-4K (23.8″) both use IPS panels with 300 cd/m² of output. Both have UltraHD support using HDMI and are existing products.
New is the 7″ FS7 which is a 7″ 1920 x 1200 LCD panel with 500 cd/m² (and scaling for DCI 4 K or UltraHD inputs through the HDMI. The Q7 Pro is has a similar panel but includes HDR support and calibration by LightSpace. There are uploadable 3D LUTs.