Monitor for Photo Processing

Started Jan 27, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Gamut coverage and accuracy are not the same thing
In reply to Chris Noble, Feb 1, 2013

Chris Noble wrote:

Not being able to adjust brightness is very strange. That is completely unrelated to gamut coverage. The correct brightness for photo processing is a lot lower than the correct brightness for general computer use or watching multimedia in a normally-lit room.

Thank you for that input - I thought it was strange too having brightness and contrast disabled when set on the sRGB preset - perhaps it has to do with gamma, white and black level distinction?

it may interest I wrote this elsewhere:

" Setting sRGB - the screen immediately was dimmer from the factory default setting of "Native"
and did not look as contrasty/bright - and to be honest not as immediately appealing."

Thanks

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