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    Choice of monitor for post production

    Just about to get a Macbook Pro for doing my photo editing on and decided to drop from the 15" to the 13", save some money and then spend it on a monitor.
    So really looking for people opinions on which one's they use or recommend. Budget is about 350.

    I found a recommendation for the EIZO FORIS FS2331 ( http://www.techradar.com/news/comput...7478?artc_pg=2 )

    thanks

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    Re: Choice of monitor for post production

    Lots of people have made lots of recommendations on here in the past. For example, quite a few of us use Viewsonic models. Others have spoken about Samsung. But there are so many more.

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    Re: Choice of monitor for post production

    I did have a search but not a great deal came up when I searched monitors. If you can point me to a thread I'm happy to read that first

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    Re: Choice of monitor for post production

    Ooh quite like the prices of the Viewsonic range less than I was expecting. What model number do you have Donald?
    How do they fair with colour accuracy and calibration?

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    Re: Choice of monitor for post production

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimm View Post
    Ooh quite like the prices of the Viewsonic range less than I was expecting. What model number do you have Donald?
    How do they fair with colour accuracy and calibration?
    I've got a Viewsonic 2433. The current model may be more up-to-date than what I've got, which is now about 18 months old.
    I find it hold its colour settings very well. I use Spyder 3 and run it every 3 months or so. But there's very seldom any shift that needs correcting.

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