Best Monitors for Editing 2019


Best Monitors for Editing 2019- These are the Best Monitors for Video & Photo Editing?

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  1. Eizo ColorEdge CG319X-
  2. ASUS PA329Q-
  3. BenQ SW2700PT-
  4. ViewSonic VP3881-
  5. LG 31MU97Z- n/a
  6. Dell UP2718Q-

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1. Eizo ColorEdge CG319X-
2. ASUS PA329Q-
3. BenQ SW2700PT-
4. ViewSonic VP3881-
5. LG 31MU97Z- n/a
6. Dell UP2718Q- n/a

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1. Eizo ColorEdge CG319X- n/a
2. ASUS PA329Q-
3. BenQ SW2700PT-
4. ViewSonic VP3881-
5. LG 31MU97Z- n/a
6. Dell UP2718Q-



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Best Monitors for Editing 2019

  1. Eizo ColorEdge CG319X:
    Eizo trades heavily on a reputation for being the ultimate professional display brand. When you first see the clarity, vivacity and brightness of an Eizo display, it’s immediately obvious why they’re so much more expensive than other monitors and cost far more than most of us spend on an entire PC. The latest version of Eizo’s flagship 31-inch professional monitor, the ColorEdge CG319X, builds upon its predecessor, using an unmatched 24-bit look-up table for 10-bit color depth, supporting 99% AdobeRGB, 100% Rec.709 and 98% DCI-P3 color spaces.

  2. ASUS PA329Q:
    This Monitor is one of the more expensive 4K monitors on the market, but it also offers some excellent, high-tech features that you won’t find in less expensive models.
    One of the main problems with cheaper 4K monitors is they don’t always have enough ports for all of your devices.

  3. BenQ SW2700PT:
    The BenQ 27-inch SW2700PT display is a more affordable color-accurate monitor for photo editing than some of the 32-inch behemoths on the market. It requires less desktop space to boot, but without sacrificing a high standard of image quality – making it one of the best monitors for photo editing you can get right now. It features a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution using the same 14-bit look-up table and offering the same 99% AdobeRGB coverage you find on displays from other manufacturers that can cost more than twice as much.

  4. ViewSonic VP3881:
    The ultra-wide form factor is usually found in displays aimed at gaming or general computer use, so it’s a pleasant surprise to see ViewSonic has stepped in to offer graphic artists a massive 37.5-inch 21:9 display with the VP3881.
    Ultra-wide displays such as this are like having two smaller monitors together on the desk, without a bezel breaking up the desktop space.

  5. LG 31MU97Z-B:
    The Digital Cinema is yet another LG model represented in this series.
    This monitor also supports the new Thunderbolt USB technology which means this 4k monitor can be use with Macbook Pro or any Macbook.
    Featuring a 31-inch Ultra-high-definition screen, state-of-the-art IPS liquid-plane technology and an array of advanced input/output options, this monitor is an excellent choice for a high-end experience.

  6. Dell UP2718Q:
    The Dell UP2718Q is a 4K HDR monitor specifically designed keeping in mind the demands of a photographer and a video editor’s workflow.
    This monitor with a price tag of under $1,400 has a 4K resolution of 3,840 by 2,160.
    The brightness of the monitor is 1000 nits plus a high contrast ratio of 20,000:1.
    Additionally, the monitor has 384 local dimming zones. Together, these ensure that the display produces high contrasts and better color reproduction.

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