Published 15/04/16

SmallHD Announces Production Monitor Prices and Proves Value with Slow-Mo Durability Demo

SmallHD announces pricing of their new daylight-viewable SmallHDR Production Monitors and releases a new video on SmallHDR.com featuring extreme durability tests of the displays in super slow motion.


''These are unbelievably rugged production monitors, and the same level of build quality is demonstrated in every model.'' says Wes Phillips, SmallHD Co-Founder, ''Downtime can be a very expensive side-effect of a monitor built without durability in mind, so we took it upon ourselves to prove that these are the toughest monitors on the market.''

Facing off against baseball bats, off-road vehicles, .40 caliber handguns and more, SmallHD’s new HDR production monitors are truly put through the paces in the latest video found on SmallHDR.com. Demonstrating how milled billet aluminum housings and thick screen protection can prevent damage in even the most severe production accidents, extreme slow-motion shots reveal every bend and twist as the monitors fight to survive each punishing test.

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Beyond durability, these bright displays are designed to instill a huge level of confidence through their daylight-viewing ability, extensive software toolset, and groundbreaking accessory flexibility-making ruggedness just a piece of the value they bring to the industry.

The SmallHDR 17-inch, 24-inch and 32-inch models come in at $3999, $5499, and $7999 respectively, positioning them as the most affordable line of HDR capable Production Monitors on the market. All three models and a full array of custom accessories will be available on SmallHD.com and through SmallHD authorized resellers May 2016.

1st Published 15 April 2016 08:52 Posted by Ben Jones
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