ScopeBox 4 from divergent media will be available from the 29th of October. ScopeBox 4 looks to be an impressive update to the companies existing ScopeBox platform.
While we don’t have all the information about ScopeBox 4 yet, I can tell you that it features a multi-window UI, a false color palette, HDR color science capabilities, MXF and Blackmagic RAW playback support, scope overlays, and new device support.
What looks to be a very useful feature is the ability to click and drag to highlight certain areas of your image. This allows you to have a detailed look at the scopes of a particular area of your scene.
You can even select an area on the waveform monitor or vectorscope and then that area on your image will be highlighted.
ScopeBox 4 will supports all Intel based Macs, running 10.6 or later (10.8 or later for ScopeLink).
What will it cost?
ScopeBox 3 retails for $99 USD so I would expect ScopeBox 4 to be available at a similar price. The main reason divergent media is pushing out ScopeBox 4 is that ScopeBox 3 is not compatible with macOS 10.15 Catalina.