The Flanders Scientific CM250 is a 24.5 Multi-Format OLED reference monitor with 3G/Dual-Link/HD/SD-SDI, Component, Composite, & DVI-I Inputs. As a flagship CM series monitor the CM250 delivers the highest level of performance available within the FSI product lineup. This unit features full 12-bit video processing and a 10-bit OLED panel capable of reproducing over 1.073 billion colors on screen. The CM250 offers support for virtually any signal format from NTSC/PAL to HD and 2K, including advanced 12-bit, 4:4:4, and XYZ signal formats. This monitor was purpose built for color critical evaluation in the most demanding applications within postproduction, broadcast, and on-set monitoring environments.
This unit features many broadcast monitor basics like a Blue Only Mode, Monochrome Mode, Markers, Safety Areas, H/V Delay, and Tally Lights. Like all Flanders Scientific monitors the CM250 also comes standard with advanced features like 16 Selectable Scopes, Focus Assist, Time Code Display, Audio Disembedding, Artifact Free Pixel Zoom, Adjustable Exposure Check, On-screen Alarms, and Advanced Pixel Level Measurement. This unit also provides additional advanced capabilities including live side-by-side monitoring of 2 inputs and dual LUT import capabilities (both look LUTs and calibration LUTs).
In addition to the CFE2 capabilities the monitor comes equipped with instantly selectable gamma, peak luminance, and color temperature presets, which add to the flexibility of this unit and make it suitable for a wide variety of applications and environments. Like all FSI monitors the CM250 comes pre-calibrated from the factory and free recalibration is always available for customers that would like to send their units in to one of FSIs service departments. In addition to this free recalibration option the CM250 also features a wide variety of manual calibration toggles, interfaces with FSIs Direct Connect Automatic Alignment System, and is also compatible with advanced color management systems like LightIllusions LightSpace CMS or SpectralCals CalMan allowing you to choose the color management option that works best for you.