Monitors for digital images and image editing
The EIZO CS2420 with high colour space coverage (wide gamut)

Conventional office monitors are quick to reach their limits when it comes to editing photos or digital layouts. Perhaps you have already experienced it yourself? For example, you are optimising your holiday photos until they match what you want perfectly. The subsequent print results, however, are disappointing, as the colours and brightness are very different from what you see on the monitor – and different from your expectations.

If you want to see all of the colours of your digital images that you will see when they are subsequently printed or published online while you are editing them on the monitor, you need a reliable image editing monitor. A monitor that displays all gradations and details realistically and supports its users optimally when working thanks to its practical functions. Furthermore, calibration and correction processes should be as simple as possible.

What amateur photographers need:

  1. Wide gamut
  2. Precise colour display
  3. Balanced colour rendering and brightness
  4. Reliable and intuitively operated colour management software
  5. Exact hardware calibration
Monitors for amateur photographers and image editors

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For the first time, I feel like I can really do the subtle differences between individual colour nuances justice.

For the first time, I feel like I can really do the subtle differences between individual colour nuances justice.

Nature Photographer Stefan Christmann
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