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EIZO EV2335W PC Monitor Now 220 At Native Digital

EIZO EV2335W PC Monitor Now 220 At Native Digital - Native Digital have a great value EIZO monitor that could be perfect for all you photo editing needs.

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The EIZO Flexscan EV2335W, high quality professional HD computer monitor, is now available from Native Digital for £220 plus VAT.

The large 23 inch, anti-glare, HD screen features an inbuilt IPS TFT panel that gives users a wider viewing angle, meaning that even when you look at the screen off centre, you will still see the colours as they should be, which is very important when editing photographs.

The EIZO Flexscan EV2335W is also environmentally friendly, featuring LED back lighting to minimise the amount of electricity used when the monitor is on. It also has an Auto Ecoview system which allows the screen to adjust to lighting conditions, reducing eye strain and electricity usage in one. 

Native Digital say the monitor will improve the viewing experience for all photographers, and comes with a 5 year manufacturer's warranty. For more information, visit Native Digital's website.

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cameracat 10 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
13 Jun 2012 6:36PM
There seems to be no mention of the percentage of sRGB or Adobe RGB gamut range.

Not even on Eizo's site or any of the PDF literature.

Its an LED display with an Eizo badge and sub 300 price tag.

To qualify for this title


Quote: high quality professional HD computer monitor

I would expect at least 98% Adobe RGB coverage....Grin Though my guess is the price would be considerably higher.....Smile

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MrDennis 5 226 Wales
13 Jun 2012 7:03PM
Why would you want Adobe 1998 coverage when majority of Monitors are in sRGB as is the Colour Management. You only use Adobe RGB when in Photoshop. Then you do a JPG in sRGB for Web. Do not make sense to have a Monitor in aRGB.
27 Jun 2012 10:01AM
The gamut on this monitor is sRGB, so around 75% of the Adobe RGB gamut. Not everybody works with Adobe RGB, although many do, and remember that a monitor is just a representation of your image, having a smaller colour gamut on your display does not change your image in any way.

If you are a professional photographer and colour accuracy is of paramount importance, then this is not the monitor for you. However, we get a lot of calls from people who want EIZO 'quality' etc, but simply cannot afford 600 or more for a monitor, nor indeed do many of them need an aRGB display. In the blurb above, it's quoted as a 'professional HD computer monitor' - it's not quoted as a 'professional photographers monitor'!

The EV2335W is a low cost, high quality (from a construction, warranty etc PoV) display that competes extremely well with other displays on the market and is very good value for money, especially considering the 5 year warranty.

The vast majority of displays on the market are sRGB or lower - most of Apple's displays (iMacs and MacBooks, as well as their stand-alone screens) are sRGB or lower and are often used by 'professionals'.
efikim 4 7 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2012 1:42PM
@MrDennis - some people still print their images, and most good quality inkjet printers can print colours outside the sRGB colour space, and a proper colour management workflow is not limited to sRGB
If you are interested in learning more about Colour Management, we've written a free 90 page PDF which you can download here: http://www.nativedigital.com/practical-colour-management-v3-ebook-pdf/

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