REVIEW: Fujitsu P27T-6 IPS Part 6
This sub menu combines a hotchpotch of divers settings. In addition to "Language" and "Signal selection" the Fujitsu P27T-6 can be resetted to its factory settings.
Showing several pieces of information and settings of the Fujitsu P27T-6, this sub menu doesn’t offer the option to edit anything.
The Fujitsu P27T-6 bears a 27 inch IPS panel mady by LG Display. Coming with an enhanced colour gamut and 12 bit LUT, the P27T-6 has all the requirements for digital image processing. The very high native resolution of 2.560 x 1.440 pixels in 16:9 image format offers a large working space. While the mentioned resolution is only at our disposal when using DVI and Display Port, the resolution via HDMI and the analogue VGA port ist limited to 1.920 x 1.080 Pixel (HDMI) and 1.920 x 1.200 Pixel (VGA). The latter doesn’t make much sense as the vertical format is 16:10. The display is cropped at the sides and the upper edge by a centimetre each, even in one-to-one representation. To avoid overscan, it’s recommended to use the same resolution as with the HDMI inputs.
Factory-made, the image mode "Office" comes with the colour setting "6500K" and enabled Eco mode. This setting prevents the user from getting shocked by a gaudy coloured display shortly after turning the monitor on. We have to admit that this preset is quite useful as most applications and operating systems use sRGB colour space. Subjectively, the image representation in this colour setting is natural and has a good contrast, gradients ar mostly continuous. As we noticed, green and cyan show a slight banding. Switching to the colour settings "sRGB" and "AdobeRGB", banding doesn’t fail to appear, which shows us that those presets aren’t able to use the whole potential of the Fujitsu P27T-6. However, in the custom mode "User-defined colour" as well as in the colour setting "Native" we notice clean and smooth gradients.
Gradients in native and user-defined colour settings without banding, very good representation of grey-scales.
In the representation of black and white values, the respective colour settings show almost no differences. White values up to 253 stand out from the background, black values from grade 2 on, in native and user-defined colour settings from 3 on. Additionally to the contrast, the Fujitsu P27T-6 also allows the adaption of the black value. Coming with a factory-preset of 50, both of them don’t leave a margin due to the fact that lowering the black value to 49 causes black shades cease to apply, whereas an increase to 52 produces a significant loss of white shades. Rising it to 51 would be an option, but through lack of visible improvement we left it at 50. Also, the contrast mustn’t be raised above 51, since from 52 on white shades are discontiued as well. Under no circumstances, black value and contrast ought to be raised at the same time because this combination also implicates the loss of white values.
Examination of the representation of white and black values of the Fujitsu P27T-6.
Apart from the mentioned colour settings, the Fujitsu P27T-6 offers "7500K" and "9300K" as possible options. Only the image mode "Office" makes all referred colour settings available. Besides the latter, the display provides another three image modes called "D-Mode", "Photo" and „Video“. Except the last one of them, they are just able to enhance the subjective impression.
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