Monitors for editing

Started Jun 26, 2012 | Discussions thread
Steve1307 Regular Member • Posts: 307
Re: Free Gift For You Too!

Mark Ransom wrote:

Pentax_Prime wrote:

Here, catch; it's your ignore.

From you, sir, it's an honor.

Its like a medal, Wear it with pride.

I know you aren't going to see this, but I'll say it anyway. I'm not quite sure what I've done to upset you. I actually agree that all things being equal, 4:3 is a more useful format. I'm just enough of a realist to say that all things are not equal. I assert that for any 4:3 monitor you can name, I can find one of equivalent quality and vertical resolution and vertical size in 16:10 or 16:9 that is cheaper or nearly the same in price. It's just the realities of the marketplace, and there's nothing you or I can do about it. I'm more than welcome to be proven wrong.

For a budget model the Dell that everyone has been recommending is pretty good.

I've got 2, a U2311H at work and a U2312HM at home. I prefer the 2311 but that could be the difference in the room lighting work/home.

The AOC model that the OP eventually bought rated pretty highly in some magazine reviews too.

We cant all afford an EIZO or even a Dell with the wider colour gamut.

With the Dells, to edit portrait format you can always do this. .....

1080 x 1920

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