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monitors for photo-editing for approx £250


2choughs

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please could you advise on a decent 22-24 inch monitor for my pc.

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ams4127

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To be honest, your best bet is to go to PCWorld, or similar, and have a look to see which you prefer. Monitor picture can be a very individual choice. What one person perceives as being very good may not be the same as how the next viewer sees it.

Make a note of the one which suits you, and then have a look online for the best price.

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If image processing is your primary use of the monitor, then better get a wide-gamut screen. However, be aware that wide-gamut screens require a proper ICC monitor profile installed in your system, or the colours of your images will be severely off.

Learn more about Wide Gamut here" target="_blank">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wide-gamut_RGB_color_space">here

Expect to pay at least £300.00 for a good wide gamut monitor and if you are proper serious, look for the EIZO Flexscan range of monitiors.

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That link doesn't work, try this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wide-gamutRGBcolor_space

I hate links in this forum now.

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