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31.5” QD-OLED HDR Mastering Monitor

The XMP310 is a 31.5" UHD resolution HDR and SDR reference monitor built around the same industry leading QD-OLED panel technology as our HPA Award Winning 55" XMP550. With 1,000nits peak luminance, 1.5Million:1 contrast, and an exceptionally wide color gamut the XMP310 qualifies as a Dolby Vision mastering monitor and is ready to handle your most demanding HDR and SDR monitoring needs.

HDR Compatibility Rating: Mastering

Traditionally, achieving display consistency between 31-inch mastering displays and larger format screens has been a daunting challenge due to the historical use of different display technologies at these sizes. However, the XMP310 (31.5-inch), XMP550 (55-inch), and XMP650 (65-inch) overcome this challenge with a shared use of the same cutting-edge QD-OLED panel technology being driven by the same advanced color management system. This helps to ensure exceptional interoperability within and across various monitoring environments.

From production to post-production, these matching reference displays empower DPs, DITs, editors, colorists, and clients to devote more time to creative endeavors and less time to managing display matching challenges.


Color Management

All FSI monitors come pre-calibrated from the factory and the XMP310 also features highly accurate volumetric Auto Calibration making it incredibly easy for clients to recalibrate the display over time. Simply plug a supported probe directly into the monitor and the advanced GaiaColor AutoCal routine will profile the monitor and use volumetric data to accurately target a very wide variety of available color management selections. 3D and 1D LUTs are calculated and saved on the fly as color management selections on the monitor are made, making for one simple and unified calibration process, all without requiring a computer.

How well does it work?
See sample XMP Series AutoCal results here (.pdf download).

Third Party Calibration

The XMP310 is also compatible with popular 3rd party calibration solutions including Calman and ColourSpace. Quickly and easily perform your own custom 3D+1D LUT based calibration with any program capable of saving into FSI’s calibration LUT formats.

The XMP310 utilizes advanced tetrahedral LUT interpolation delivering a higher degree of precision with better on screen performance than simple trilinear LUT interpolation.

Trilinear Interpolation

Tetrahedral Interpolation

The QD-OLED Advantage

This is OLED without compromise.

The XMP310, XMP550, and XMP650 are uniquely qualified for use as HDR Program Mastering Monitors, learn why in our Technical Overview PDF.

Advantages Over Other OLED Technologies

Other available OLED technologies are either too dim for HDR mastering or suffer from very significant volumetric collapse due to their non-additive RGB+W sub pixel structures making them unsuitable for HDR use cases that demand color accuracy. QD-OLED is truly RGB additive for white, thus avoiding color volume limitations.

Exceptional Off-Axis Viewing

XMP Series monitors have the widest viewing angle, with the least off-axis contrast and color shift, ever featured in FSI displays. The flexibility to view these displays accurately from a wide variety of positions allows for less crowded and more comfortable viewing for clients and operators alike.

Advantages over FALD LCD

The XMP310’s accurate per pixel level luminance control means true black levels at all times with none of the small bright objection or motion artifact limitations found on FALD (Full Array Local Dimming) LCDs. The per pixel emissive design of the XMP310’s QD-OLED panel guarantees exceptional simultaneous contrast with all varieties of content.

With the XMP310 you can rest assured that compared to FALD LCDs:

  • Highlight detail will not be obscured due to backlight zone flaring.
  • Shadow detail and black levels will not be compromised by halation.
  • There will be no color shift or artificial flicker with fast moving bright objects.
  • No scene cut anomalies as can be found on some FALD that exhibit differential rise/fall times of LED backlight phosphors.

While the amount of halation can vary greatly between FALD LCDs, all FALD systems will show at least some degree of raised black levels and haloing when rendering a high contrast image like this example of a white circles on a black background graphic. The XMP310’s QD-OLED panel on the other hand can render these types of very bright white highlights while maintaining the intended deep black background.

Power Efficiency

The XMP310 is very power efficient compared to most other reference grade HDR display solutions. Display technologies like LMCL (Light Modulating Cell Layer) LCDs are highly inefficient as they not only need to pass light through two separate TFT layers, but also because their backlights always remain fully engaged drawing the same high amount of power whether displaying very dark or very bright images. When compared with bottom emission OLED technologies the efficiency of the XMP310’s top emission display structure means less power is required to attain the same luminance levels.

Advantages over Global Dimming LCDs

Reference grade HDR displays should be able to produce high simultaneous contrast, not just a bright image. Global dimming LCDs can either produce a bright image or a dark image, but cannot produce images that simultaneously have bright highlights and dark lowlights. Global dimming LCD specifications often quote high sequential contrast ratio figures, where a display’s peak luminance and black level are measured at different times, but this can be quite misleading as simultaneous contrast is problematically low on these devices for any HDR content mastering use-cases. The XMP310 features class leading simultaneous contrast rendering both bright highlights and dark lowlights with incredible clarity and accuracy at the same time.

Quiet Fanless Design

The XMP310 utilizes a combination of a graphite heat sink and all aluminum chassis to efficiently dissipate heat without relying on fans. Many consumer devices use a plastic chassis, which can act as an insulator trapping heat and impacting panel performance. An aluminum chassis not only provides increased strength and durability in professional installs, it also helps efficiently conduct heat away from the panel.

This fanless design provides users with both a quieter and lower maintenance HDR grading display.

Professional Connectivity

12Gbps SDI connections greatly simplify room design by allowing you to feed 4K and UHD signals to the display over a single cable. Quad 1.5Gbps and 3Gbps SDI connectivity are also supported ensuring compatibility with practically any type of 4K or UHD output.

The XMP310 supports advanced signal formats up to 12bit 4:4:4 at 4K resolution setting it apart from less advanced monitoring solutions.

The XMP310 features the unique ability to simultaneously supply a clean 12G / 6G loop through and real-time quarter-sample down converted 3G or 1.5G output. Any incoming single link 4K or UHD signals can be converted to 2K or HD outputs for downstream HD monitors or scopes, all without needing any standalone down conversion equipment.

Advanced Signal Status Detection

XMP series monitors automatically read payload ID (VPID) information embedded in SDI signals and configure the monitor’s SDI Format mode for proper support of 4:4:4 or 4:2:2, 10 or 12bit, and RGB or YCbCr signals. This information can also be temporarily displayed whenever a format change is detected so that you can be sure that what you intend to output to the monitor is what the monitor receives.

A VPID override toggle is also provided allowing users to manually configure the monitor in instances where the payload ID may be missing or incorrect.

Quad-View Mode with 4 Channel LUT Support

Perfect for multi-cam applications, XMP series monitors allow up to 4 synchronized HD input signals to be displayed on screen at the same time. Quad View mode can be quickly activated or deactivated with a single button press allowing you to easily view all 4 signals at the same time or any selected input full screen.

Additionally, Quad-View Mode offers 4 channel LUT support so that each quadrant can have its own unique 3D LUT applied.*

*currently in beta

Remote Control

The IP Remote Utility can be used to remotely toggle functions, switch inputs, and navigate the menu on Flanders Scientific monitors using your Mac or PC's keyboard, mouse or control panel. Also available for iOS devices.

Stream Deck

A Stream Deck can be easily configured for use with the IP Remote Utility to trigger shortcuts.

Quick Access Configurations

Quickly and easily save up to 5 custom configurations and switch between them with a single button press.


The XMP310 comes equipped with 4K/UHD compatible real-time waveform and vector scope.

LUM Coloring (Customizable Exposure Check)

4 adjustment points from 0-100 percent allow you to establish specific target areas to be shown in false color or greyscale.


Choose from a wide assortment of standard markers and safety areas that can be displayed as lines, translucent overlays, or solid overlays. Lines and overlays have selectable colors for instant customization.

4x3 CC
14:9 CS
16:9 in 4:3
4x3 DPP
16x9 DPP
TWC 2013
TWC 2014
TWC 2015

Native UHD Resolution

The XMP310 is a true UHD resolution monitor (3840x2160) that supports full screen viewing of HD and Ultra HD signals and will also accept 4K signals and scale them automatically to fit on screen while preserving native signal aspect ratio.