Monitor Recommendations - Page 2
PhotoCamel: Your friendly photo community, with free discussion forums, digital photography reviews, photo sharing, galleries, downloads, blogs, photography contests, and prizes.
Photos of the Week Photos of the Week
 

Go Back   PhotoCamel - Your Friendly Photography Forum > Tools Of the Trade > Computers and Software

Reply
 
LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 08-30-2013   #11
Camel Breath
 
aam1234's Avatar
 
Posts: 15,639
CamelKarma: 820906
Editing OK?: No
Constructive Critique?: Yes
Default Re: Monitor Recommendations

Good thread. Tag.
__________________
It's all about light, my friend.
aam1234 is online now   Reply With Quote
Old 08-30-2013   #12
Bactrian
 
WesternGuy's Avatar
 
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Posts: 2,487
CamelKarma: 6613765
Editing OK?: No
Constructive Critique?: Yes
Default Re: Monitor Recommendations

Have a look at the ASUS PA246Q. They are in the "budget" bracket. I have two of them and they work very well for me.

Asus ProArt PA246Q Review | IPS Monitor

WesternGuy
__________________
“The real question is not what you look at but what you see.” Henry David Thoreau

My Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/westernguy/
WesternGuy is online now   Reply With Quote
Old 08-30-2013   #13
Camel Breath
 
aam1234's Avatar
 
Posts: 15,639
CamelKarma: 820906
Editing OK?: No
Constructive Critique?: Yes
Default Re: Monitor Recommendations

IPS Monitor List: Premium LCD Panels
__________________
It's all about light, my friend.
aam1234 is online now   Reply With Quote
Old 1 Week Ago   #14
Alpaca
 
Posts: 1
CamelKarma: 10
Editing OK?: Ask First
Constructive Critique?: Yes
Default Re: Monitor Recommendations

I had a Dell Ultrasharp U2410 and it kicked the bucket barely shy of its second birthday celebration. They adjust well. CFL backdrop illumination has a slight shading shift over the board, yet I never see it unless I accomplish something like set up a strong dark screen.

Another asset for those that need to do their own exploration: 9 Best 27 inch Monitors under $300 & $200

johnsnowkornar is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 1 Week Ago   #15
F1 Camel
 
gehutch's Avatar
 
Location: NE Tennessee
Posts: 4,333
CamelKarma: 15769629
Editing OK?: Yes
Constructive Critique?: Yes
Default Re: Monitor Recommendations

Quote:
Originally Posted by WesternGuy View Post
Have a look at the ASUS PA246Q. They are in the "budget" bracket. I have two of them and they work very well for me.
Asus ProArt PA246Q Review | IPS Monitor
WesternGuy
That's interesting, I put the PA248Q on a wish list for when my present monitor dies (four years old now)...
gehutch is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 1 Week Ago   #16
F1 Camel
 
gryphonslair99's Avatar
 
Location: Wichita, Kansas, USA
Posts: 3,541
CamelKarma: 1091466
Editing OK?: Yes
Constructive Critique?: Yes
Default Re: Monitor Recommendations

This is the way to go.
__________________
Amateurs worry about equipment, professionals worry about time, masters worry about light.

I can honestly say that there are two most remarkable men in the world today. Michio Kaku is one and I am the other one. Between us we cover all knowledge.

Kaku knows all that can be known....And I know the rest.


"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery. Today?
Today is a gift. That is why we call it the present."

Master Oogway from Kung Fu Panda
gryphonslair99 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 1 Week Ago   #17
F1 Camel
 
gehutch's Avatar
 
Location: NE Tennessee
Posts: 4,333
CamelKarma: 15769629
Editing OK?: Yes
Constructive Critique?: Yes
Default Re: Monitor Recommendations

Quote:
Originally Posted by gryphonslair99 View Post
$1000 too much...
gehutch is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 1 Week Ago   #18
Alpaca
 
Posts: 2
CamelKarma: 10
Editing OK?: Yes
Constructive Critique?: Yes
Default Re: Monitor Recommendations

I have used a EZIO CE210W for years. I pair it with a DELL as dual screen.

The important item that one should not forget to have a "Color Balance" done. I use (color munki). Works great. I hope everyone that is serious has a color balance system for their monitor. There are many out there, some better than others.

The first time you use it yo'll be amazed how far off the color can be.
RonB is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 1 Week Ago   #19
F1 Camel
 
gryphonslair99's Avatar
 
Location: Wichita, Kansas, USA
Posts: 3,541
CamelKarma: 1091466
Editing OK?: Yes
Constructive Critique?: Yes
Default Re: Monitor Recommendations

Quote:
Originally Posted by gehutch View Post
$1000 too much...
All depends on how accurate you want your editing and printing to be.
__________________
Amateurs worry about equipment, professionals worry about time, masters worry about light.

I can honestly say that there are two most remarkable men in the world today. Michio Kaku is one and I am the other one. Between us we cover all knowledge.

Kaku knows all that can be known....And I know the rest.


"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery. Today?
Today is a gift. That is why we call it the present."

Master Oogway from Kung Fu Panda
gryphonslair99 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 6 Days Ago   #20
Camel Breath
 
aam1234's Avatar
 
Posts: 15,639
CamelKarma: 820906
Editing OK?: No
Constructive Critique?: Yes
Default Re: Monitor Recommendations

May I hijack this thread for a bit to ask about a "somewhat" similar question.

I'm looking for a big* size TV that can display photos in high resolution. Want it to show my family the photos I took.

* Big = about 40-50 inches.


__________________
Members don't see ads in threads. Register for your free account today and become a member of PhotoCamel to open up the site's many benefits and features.
__________________
It's all about light, my friend.
aam1234 is online now   Reply With Quote
Reply

« PhotoCamel - Your Friendly Photography Forum > Tools Of the Trade > Computers and Software »


Share this topic:

Thread Tools
Display Modes