Color management guide by Arnaud Frich

Generalites about colors Monitor calibration Printer calibration Manage colors with Photoshop Resources on Color Management

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Updated on November 14, 2016
 

My monitors reviews for photo edition... and more!

I don't know if I'll be able to review all monitors on the market (!) but I'd really like to show you through my tests why I really like and recommend a screen under $200 for those of you on a tight budget and what practical difference there is between all these monitors since some of them cost over $5,000 I hear lots of things through your remarks and I can assure you that some qualities or defects are exaggerated or fantasized.

The two main price ranges suivre


1 - 23" to 27" Monitors under $800

   
       

2 - Screens over $1,000

   

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1 - 23" to 27" Monitors under $850

Ecran HP 23Xi   Eizo CS240
ASUS VC239H - $149.90   Eizo CS2420 - $861.00
23" | sRGB | 1920 x 1080   24" | Adobe RGB 98 | 1920 x 1200
 
     
BenQ SW2700PT  
BenQ SW2700PT - $607.98   Nec P242W - $950.00
27" | Adobe RGB 98 | 2560 x 1440   24" | Adobe RGB 98 | 1920 x 1200
 

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2 - 24" to 32" Monitors over $1,000



BenQ PG2401PT monitor  
BenQ PG2401PT - $749.00   Eizo CX241 - $1,194.00
24" | Adobe RGB 98 | 1920 x 1200   24" | Adobe RGB 98 | 1920 x 1200
 
     
   
Eizo CG277 - $2,241.00    
27" | Adobe RGB 98 | 2560 x 1440    
   

Pointilles


   
 

 

 
 

 

$199.00

  Buy the best colorimeter : the i1Display Pro !
Read my full review Suivre
 
 

 

From $120,00
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$4,500.00

 

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