A portable waveform monitor that uses USB 3.0 to connect to a Windows-based notebook.
What does it do? It allows the simultaneous display of six independent real-time scopes - parade, waveform, vector, histogram, audio and picture.
How does it work? It has a 3Gb/s SDI input and connects to any USB 3.0-enabled Windows notebook. It automatically detects the input video format and switches between SD, HD and 3Gb/s 1080p SDI formats, and displays the waveform data on screen. Power comes from the notebook computer battery. It will cost $595 (£385) when it is released in May.
How do I find out more?www.blackmagic-design.com