DD_nVidia wrote:[if you want to help without reading all my bumf, tell me the best monitor i can get for under Â£300!)
Right as you all probably know I love my new computer.
What I don't love so much, is the colour inaccuracy of my screens!!
I have 2 identical 22" Xerox LCD screens (purchased at the same time, and both have i would imagine around the same hours of use give or take a bit because of boot up times)
not 100% on the model number, I'll check that when I get home.
They were bought around 2 years ago - Jan-Feb 2007 if i remember correctly.
BASICALLY - what I want to know is - if colour corrected, will these displays be good for accurate editing, since I'm going to be making some rather large prints (over 20x20) so I want to make SURE i don't have to print them more than once!
I am also in the market for a new display, and an identical one in the future to go with it.
I've had a look around and apparently some stuff called IPS is a big deal for photoediting and accurate colours - some of the Dells seem to have this and also haev over 100% NTSC gamut - bosting over 1 Billion Colours.
Now what do i want:
tilt and height adjustment (height I can do without if need be)
thin bezzel (for multi monitor setups
the ability to purchase a second 4-6months down the line.
1920x1200 or greater reolution. (16:10 ratio ONLY)
Size - 22" would be fine but i imagine 24,26 and 27 will be the norm - Higher pixel density is fine with me, my eye sight is pretty good haha!
DD_nVidia wrote:haha yeah I dont think i'll get a IPS panel for that.
Im still trying to figure out if they are worth the extra money over the PVA ones - and also what type of panel my current Xerox's have!
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