we are in a weird state right now where there are no 4K resolution SDR broadcast monitors out there.
its either fully splurge for HDR or get something full-HD only .
This is due to the fact that the biggest customer of those screens are broadcast studios so your CNN and FOX and what have you, and the standard goes HD to now UHD-1 , UHD-1 is allready HDR though.
You can use a HDR monitor for SDR - no problem but those are really quiet limited and your dont have that many choices, especially in the class 1 territory
Sony HX310, Eizo CG3142 and the Flanders scientific dual layer LCD screens all use the same panansonic made panel with the hx310 not supporting luts and the eizo having a build in probe (although I would question the useabillity of a built in probe on a 25.000$ monitor…) .
Then you have your range of FALD displays that can exhibit blooming but are generally brighter , canon makes a few , as does sony and some others.
Yea and then thats about it. I was searching for a broadcast UHD or 4K DCI resolution SDR screen under $10.000 but I came out empty handed and the best I could find that would check most boxes would be a Eizo CG319X, thats not exactly class 1 but in the “good enough” territory.
If you can go down to HD resolution even then your options are getting thinner every day, the great sony A250 OLED and its flander equivalent arent not not made anymore so grab one while they last, but its 24inch HD so … yea…
Uf you find something though… let me know… best candidate is the new 27/32" UHD LG OLED monitors they are basically SDR and J hope that the panel will get picked up by flanders or someone like that and that they will make a broadcast version out of it- on paper it checks all the boxes.
Hope it helps its not fun searching for monitors at the moment …