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Cedomir 4 1 Macedonia
6 Mar 2017 6:39PM
Almost same situation with my CS 240 (as in previous member question) with 280 working hours.
This condition is from the first day of buying,a few months agо.
Same calibration process and calibrator as your. My i1Display Pro is 10 months old.


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Eta76 2 1
3 Apr 2017 12:01PM
Same problem here!

I have just bought a new EIZO cs2420 and a i1 Display Pro.
I noticed strange behavior when comparing and calibrating the monitor.
The color temp is not correctly measured in the EIZO applications?

I am using:
Eizo ColorNavigator 6
i1 Profiler 1.6.7 XRD Version

I am using the same computer, same X-rite i1 Display Pro, I even did not move the sensor on the screen.
Also ambient lighting was a constant factor.

1) Not matching default sRGB mode, after monitor reset.
Measured in i1 Profiler:
6774K x:0308 y:0.327 Luminance 121cd

2) When creating a custom profile:
- 80cd
- white 6500K
- Gamma 2.2
The other software is measuring a different temperature of 6848K, which is much higher
See attached Eizo80cd6500KsrgbClip....png

3) The only way to get the i1 Profiler to detect a 6500K temp, is by manually modifying the ColorNavigator temp.
See attached ManualCorrect_i1....

4) CalMAN ColorChecker is also detecting an incorrect color temp.

Maybe this cs2420 monitor has a new type of backplane, which is not yet supported by the i1-Profiler software.
Or the EIZO Navigator software has other special software.
But I expected both the software applications, to show the same color temp and x/y coordinate.
Can you help me explain?304586_1491217293.jpg


JJGEE 14 7.6k 18 England
19 May 2017 4:06PM
Where on your website can I find out if your monitors are compatible with my computer / operating system ?.
14 Aug 2017 3:50PM
Hey guys,

I work with visual film effects at the company where I work we use eizo 247x monitors. After being impressed with the quality of these monitors I decided to buy one for myself, I opted for the CG2730 model. But I confess that I am not happy with My purchase because there is some blue males in the corners of the screen, mainly in the lower part leaving black not as black as I see at work (really black, it looks like ink), which was a great disappointment for me.

My biggest reason to buy this monitor was the uniformity of the screen and the black really black.

I'm really very uncomfortable with this and would like to know if it would be possible to get a repair or swap monitor for that reason.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Thank you!
ChrisHV 1 1
18 Nov 2017 3:00PM
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saltireblue Plus
9 9.7k 36 Norway
18 Nov 2017 4:45PM
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20 Nov 2017 8:14AM
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