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Monday, March 12th 2012, 12:51pm

Monitor for photographic use

hi, i have a question:
for photographic use, is it better EIZO foris FS2332, HP ZR2440W or Dell U2412M?

The first have a S-PLS panel with 8 bit and 10 bit of LUT.
The second and third have a e-IPS panel with 6 bit + AFRC, but is 16:10 format.

I prefer HP ZR2440W. is it good for photographic use?

sorry for my bad english
thanks.
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Denis

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Monday, March 12th 2012, 2:11pm

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The first have a S-PLS panel with 8 bit and 10 bit of LUT.

It utilizes a native 6bit PLS panel (the difference is quite transparent for the user) coupled with a 10bit LUT. The FS3232 is the best choice for image processing tasks if the color gamut is sufficient for you. Otherwise you should choose a display with WCG-CCFL backlight.

Best regards

Denis
Gruß

Denis
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Monday, March 12th 2012, 8:12pm

thanks for answer.
really has eizo FS2332 a native 6 bit panel ?
i know that eizo utilizes a native 8 bit panel + afrc. is this incorrect?

another question: what are the differences between S-PLS and IPS panel. has S-PLS panel the same qualities of IPS panel ?

best regards.
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Denis

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Location: Essen

wcf.user.option.userOption46: Eizo SX3031W 30", HP F2105 21"

wcf.user.option.userOption47: Sharp 70LE740 70" mit Lumagen Radiance XD und Algolith Mosquito

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Monday, March 12th 2012, 8:44pm

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really has eizo FS2332 a native 6 bit panel ?

Yes it uses the Samsung LTM230HL01. But as I said: The difference is negligible for you. Important is the precise 10bit LUT which allows for lossless transformations of the input signal.

Quoted

another question: what are the differences between S-PLS and IPS panel.

Very similar but the anti reflex coating is less aggressive ("semi glossy").

Best regards

Denis
Gruß

Denis
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Monday, March 12th 2012, 9:13pm

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Yes it uses the Samsung LTM230HL01. But as I said: The difference is negligible for you. Important is the precise 10bit LUT which allows for lossless transformations of the input signal.
ok, so you tips Eizo for 10 bit lut, even if it is 16:9 format.
how much LUT have Dell and HP monitor?

Quoted

Very similar but the anti reflex coating is less aggressive ("semi glossy").
is it better?

thanks. your answers are very useful for me.
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Denis

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Posts: 3,851

Location: Essen

wcf.user.option.userOption46: Eizo SX3031W 30", HP F2105 21"

wcf.user.option.userOption47: Sharp 70LE740 70" mit Lumagen Radiance XD und Algolith Mosquito

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Thursday, March 15th 2012, 10:55am

Quoted

how much LUT have Dell and HP monitor?

I dont' have any information but assume a 8bit LUT. However: The OSD options of the Eizo are more extensive and it features a good grey balance out of the box.

Quoted

is it better?

That is subjective – but some people have problems with the "grainy look" of the LG IPS antireflex coating.

Best regards

Denis
Gruß

Denis
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