REVIEW: Eizo S2111W-BK Part 6
Left: all 256 colour levels at a saturation level of 0. Right: the levels at saturation of 100.
In addition, the "Colour" menu option also includes the new Optimisation function that Eizo has integrated into the S2111W-K, which in turn subdivides into two options: Contour enhancement and Dynamic contrast.
The contour enhancement acts as a sharpness filter that can be used at different resolutions defined by the user. The range of settings is between -3 and +3, with the default vale at 0, which deactivates the contour enhancement. Positive values sharpen the contrast, but as the value increases, bright edges appear at the contours.
Negative values display the picture in a softer way. Eizo has not mentioned for what purpose the function is actually needed. Definition could be of some use in public display units with a large reading distance and the softening effect might be used to hide bad film quality.
Detail: Normal display where contour enhancement is inactive.
A sharper picture at the highest contour enhancement setting, but with bright edges and changed colours.
Soft effect picture at the lowest contour enhancement value; colours are also changed here.
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