REVIEW: Fujitsu P23T-6 IPS Part 5
The image sharpness and image size can be determined using the next menu option. According to the manual, the option to adjust the colour saturation should also be present in the "Photo" and "Video" modes, but this did not appear in any mode and was not even displayed as greyed out. The image size offers the options to display the image as full screen or proportionally in the correct aspect ratio with black bands at the sides. The fourth tab offers access to the audio settings, but here, only the volume can be adjusted and the speakers can be muted entirely.
Image comparison and audio settings.
The settings for the colour values are, as we have already mentioned, only available in "office" mode. The user can choose from three existing sets of values, sRGB, Native or can select his/her own settings, whereby the colours Red, Green and Blue can be adjusted. The next section offers the option to select the input signal, switch language, deactivate DDC-CI, change the display duration of the OSD or restore the factory settings.
The last option offers information about the monitor. The model name, serial number, current resolution and frequency, input signal, mode and settings selected for the automatic brightness adjustment and ECO mode are all displayed here.
Colour temperature and general settings.
The scope of the OSD should be sufficient for most users, but we would have liked more detailed settings in some places. In addition, the OSD could not be moved around on the screen. Therefore, during calibration, a large section of the menu was covered by the measuring device. The use of the buttons was also not always ideal, so the Fujitsu P23T-6 misses out narrowly on a rating of good in this section.
Viewed subjectively, the colour reproduction was very good. Even in the higher sections, the colour levels were clearly visible and in addition, no banding or dithering could be seen.
Test images: colour levels and colour gradients.
The contrast setting of 50 is very good and should not be changed if possible. The levels of the white value could be recognised until number 253. Furthermore, for the black value, it was possible to differentiate value 2 from the background. In this regard, the Fujitsu P23T-6 therefore clearly performs well.
Test images: White value and black value.
At a maximum measured luminance of 257 cd/m², the monitor even exceeds the manufacturer’s indicated value of 250 cd/m² slightly. The lowest value was 75 cd/m², so there is a range of 182 cd/m².
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