Monitor / Display
Posted 07 May 2014 - 10:26 AM
looking for a new monitor and to get rid of the old ones, so would be cool to take it all to a next level
so I wonder what do you have with your workstation for displaying big nice float images from fusion?
I asked to some people and got NEC Spectraview as an answer, also there was some EIZO displays like an recommendation, so I wonder what should it be?
NEC SpectraView Reference 302 seems like a nice one, but I guess the price is a bit high for now, so maybe there's something a bit cheaper you would recommend? bigger one like 30"?
and yeah, there is quadro fx card in my workstation what should be a plus,
sorry if I didn't see any similar topic here, but hey, technology goes fast, maybe it's time to have a new topic on this question
Posted 08 May 2014 - 11:26 AM
Video production is sRGB anyways... and then it gets h264 encoded for youtube. gone is the color fidelity that this monitor could theoretically achieve :-)
edit: I'd buy a monitor that looks equally bright and nice from a wide angle of view. Otherwise your client who's sitting next to you will always see "issues" that aren't there.
Posted 09 May 2014 - 02:12 AM
I'd never rely on spec when choosing a monitor, and TN panel are plain evil.
Rec 2020 is where it's at, but for the time being, I'd be happy with dual DP inputs. Last EIZO monitors I used were crap, they had zero DP inputs.
Anyone tried a Samsung UD590? The specs look great. http://www.newegg.co...=9SIA2RY1DK9756
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