i use a dell, it's pretty decent. they do a whole range of full hd monitors,
but also larger so you can have picture-in-picture (being able to see the
full-res video within another frame, say an editing programme). they also do
monitors that come factory calibrated to colourspaces (like srgb) and tell you
what percentage of a colour/luma space it can handle (eg. that it handles 100%
of ntsc colours). i did a lot of extremely tedious reading before buying one,
and i couldn't find anywhere else that did all that stuff without charging a
lot more cash
> Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2012 13:02:19 -0800
> To: email@example.com
> From: aa...@digitalartsguild.com
> Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Monitor options
> Professional video/computer monitors from the likes of Ikegami, Sony
> and Panasonic are really expensive, in the range of $4000 each.
> I've had good results with my trusty HP LP2465, it's been going
> strong for years and nary a dead pixel in sight.
> At 1/24/2012, you wrote:
> > Good afternoon,
> > I'm curious if there has been a thread, a respected study, or if
> > someone can recommend now a computer monitor for editing; strengths
> > being proper color matching, reputation for longevity, etc. Maybe
> > if I'm mentioning longevity, I should also mention that its 'easy on the
> > eyes'
> > Thank you for your time.
> > Steve Cossman
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