Eizo Displays

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OP davidevans1 Senior Member • Posts: 1,745
Re: Eizo Displays

davidedric wrote:

I'm no expert either, but with seemingly similar requirements, including mostly non-photographic use, I can tell you what I decided a couple of years ago.

First decision, 4K or not. I thought about it, and decided that I would get minimum benefit from 4K, so decided to stay with 1920 x 1200. In general, 4K seems to put more performance stress on a system, and even now not all software can manage to get the fonts right.

I did a lot of reading around, and EIZO really did seem to have the best all round reviews. I looked at the choice of CG or CS, but I'm not concerned about absolutely exact colour matching, so for me the price performance took me to the CS range.

In the end, I got the CS 2420, because 24" gives me sufficient real estate for what I do.

Anyway, I have been, and am, very pleased with the monitor. If I were buying again (hopefully not for a year or two!), EIZO would be my first port of call.

Dave

Dave

Thank you and I think we are on the same wavelength. 4k would be nice for some things, but I imagine for general use the print gets very small so there would be quite a bit of changing settings between photography uyse and general Excel and Word etc. use.

I've been used to 27" for the past seven or so years so was a bit reluctant to reduce to 24". However if I could get the PS and LR controls onto the Benq second monitor, 24" becomes a viable option.

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