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ON SALE IN AUSTRALIA
COLOREDGE CS MONITORS & ACCESSORIES
EIZO IN A NUTSHELL
While other monitors (such as iMac*) will display your photos and videos to look beautifully warm and punchy, this is not good for content creators. These monitors are in effect, placing a "beautify" filter over your digital image file. Not IN your file, OVER it. Indeed you can set up an Eizo to do this too, but that's not what Eizo is about.
Just like a radiologist, artists need to see the truest view of their image files, so they may:
Edit on the right colours - eg: editing on warm monitor pixels will render the pixels in the file too cool!
See subtle details that would otherwise be hidden from view
See a "printerly" image prior to using paper and ink, for those who print
Be confident that your videos or still image creations will look great on other monitors and TVs
No matter where your image file is destined, it's important to edit and supply your images from an accurate starting point. Not from an already skewed display.
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*We have used the iMac monitor as an example because they are popular with EIZO customers (iMac computer next to an EIZO ColorEdge running in extended desktop mode).
ON SALE MODELS
These three monitor models boast a wide colour gamut, a 16bit colour palette, a 10bit panel, and come with EIZO ColorNavigator for easy monitor setup and profiling. Don't forget, our monitors come with our own anti-eyestrain technology and a 5-years warranty. You will be using your EIZO for a long time, so this 'healthier' panel technology is an added bonus.
ColorEdge CS2420 - 24 inch
NOW $1336 aud
24 inch with 1920 x 1200 resolution
Ability to set up with SDR video colour modes via ColorNavigator
HDMI and DisplayPort (Need USB-C? Startech USB-C to DisplayPort cable is recommended)
ColorEdge CS2731 - 27 inch
NOW $2080 aud
27 inch with 2560 x 1440 resolution
Ability to set up with SDR video modes via ColorNavigator