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EIZO set to release 4K monitor, designed specifically for photographers, early next month

 
 

Display manufacturer, EIZO, will soon release its latest model, the ColorEdge CG248–4K, which packs in 4K native resolution and 185PPI pixel density, the highest ever in an EIZO monitor.

Designed specifically for photographers and videographers, the ColorEdge CG248–4K features a 23.8-inch screen with 4K (3840 x 2160)...

Eizo launches spectacular, self-calibrating 31-inch 4K monitor with near-complete Adobe RGB coverage


 
 

Now that 3D is largely dead and buried, Ultra High-Definition or 4K is the next big thing, and this time it seems to be getting a rather better foothold. That's partly because of a concerted marketing push from the industry, but it's also because it's easier for consumers to see the advantages of a...

Entry-level 24-inch Adobe RGB display from Eizo targets photographers


 
 

Update 2014/09/14: It turns out that we misread the PR materials provided by Eizo. This monitor, in the interests of saving costs, forgoes the built-in correction sensor we mistakenly believed it to have. You can, of course, correct color using a third-party device and Eizo's bundled software. Sincere apologies for...

Eizo launches photographer-friendly AdobeRGB monitors, puts color management in the cloud

 
 

High-end Japanese monitor-maker EIZO Corp. has today unveiled two new ColorEdge-series monitors aimed at professional and enthusiast uses including photography, as well as a new service that puts color management right where everything else is headed these days -- in the cloud.

The Eizo ColorEdge CG247 and CX241...

From entry-level to pro, Eizo has a self-calibrating monitor for everyone

The Eizo ColorEdge CG276 display in portrait orientation. Photo provided by Eizo.If you're tired of the chore that is monitor color calibration, a raft of new LCD monitors from Japan's Eizo Nanao Corp. will be of interest. Announced last week, the new monitors all make light work of calibration, thanks to an automatic sensor that's hidden in the display bezel, but pops out at intervals to tune the monitor automatically. In all, there are five new models...