EIZO is well known for their high-end monitors and has recently announced updates through-out their range.
I checked out the EIZO monitors at Photokina 2018 and was impressed by the quality of clarity and colour reproduction. Although I was only able to get a brief glimpse of what was to come there’s nothing like a true hands on.
I should be getting the first of the review sample towards the end of the month, and I’m looking forward to seeing what the new models have to offer.
If you haven’t already seen them, then the new range of ColorEdge CG are impressive and these will be joining the CS range.
I’d like to point out that there’s no entry level with EIZO when it comes to price, I’ll update with the full price list as soon as I hear, but suffice to say it won’t be cheap.
ColorEdge CS – ‘Entry Level Professional Range’
Aimed at photographers and videographers looking for their first step into prosumer post-production.
The range features three monitors with the CS230 at 23-inch, CS2420 with 24.1-inch and the CS2730 at 27-inch.
All three feature ColourNavigator calibration software to ensure maximum quality and reproduction of the image.
As an example of the specification, the CS2420’s run down is as follows:
- Size: 24.1” (61 cm).
ColorEdge CG – ‘ High-End Professional Range’
Aimed at pro photographers and video post-production the CG range takes a leap-up in specifications and price.
This range will feature six models with two 4K and four HD with screen sizes ranging from 23.8 through to 31.1-inch.
All monitors in the range will cover 99% of the RGB gamut and have built-in calibration sensors.
Here’s an example of the ColorEdge CG2730 spec:
- Size: 27.0” (68.5 cm).
- Resolution: 2560 x 1440 (16:9 aspect ratio).
- Pixel Density: 109 ppi.
- Colour: DisplayPort, HDMI: 1.07 billion from a palette of 278 trillion DVI: 16.77 million from a palette of 278 trillion
- Calibration: Built-in Sensor.
- Hood: Magnetically attached and included with the monitor
- Warranty: Five Year On-site.
For more information on these monitors, please check out www.eizocolor.com