SmallHD has introduced new monitors in its Vision Series and Cine Series product lines, the latter of which already existed with the Cine 7 monitor. The new models come in larger 13in, 17in and 24in sizes, offering 4K HDR quality and support for SmallHD's proprietary tools alongside a roster of features designed for professional creators.

The expanded Cine Series brings the new Cine 13, Cine 17, and Cine 24 monitors with edge-lit LED panels, offering professionals daylight-viewable displays with 1,000 and 2,500 nits brightness options, 100% DCI P3 wide color gamut, and four independent 12G-SDI inputs. SmallHD describes its new Cine offerings as 'ruggedly built.'

Joining the expanded Cine Series is the new Vision Series 4K HDR monitors offered in the same size options, but with a 'True HDR' viewing experience made possible by 2,000+ zones in the local dimming array and a 1000000:1 contrast ratio. These monitors feature 114% DCI P3 coverage and likewise include four independent 12G-SDI inputs.

Both models include a 'full suite of exposure tools' related to 4K and HDR cinematography, according to the company. Both models have been introduced on the SmallHD website under a 'Small4K' brand name; the company says it will release the models in the first quarter of 2020, but hasn't provided any pricing information at this time.